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simulate

[′sim·yə‚lāt]
(engineering)
To mimic some or all of the behavior of one system with a different, dissimilar system, particularly with computers, models, or other equipment.

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This is accomplished by simulating application traffic - including data, voice, and video - and measuring end-to-end performance and quality.
First, a plane is not mass produced like an automobile, so a different set of manufacturing constraints apply, as well as simulating those constraints.
The program can then be built and seconds later the developer can see the transmitted message appearing on the simulating CAN bus and being received and acknowledged by the receiver.
This can be valuable for simulating longer cycles with larger parts.
SimHydraulics expands the Simulink family of products for physical modeling by creating a collaborative environment for modeling and simulating system dynamics for controlled systems," said Paul Barnard, Marketing Director, Control Design, The MathWorks.
Subjects had little success in squelching their responses to the gunshot and also had problems simulating a startle reaction.
The IxVoice product's powerful and easy-to-use call-flow scripting allows branching, and, when combined with its extensive parsing capability, it simplifies simulating large-scale call flows.
DEM Solutions' consultancy team, which has over 10 years' experience in particle flow simulation, works with customers to solve design and production problems by simulating and analyzing the processes at the particle scale.
With these tools, engineers can take advantage of a seamless transition between simulating and physically evaluating a component signal chain to verify real-world performance against simulation results.

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