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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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Before accessing guest DMA buffers, the simulative DMA engine calls the software IOMMU to do address translation.
The validity of the method was verified through a simulative example with a set of CSTR control results.
Administering a project in the classroom like the Simulative Exercise of Visual, Hearing, and Psychomotor Impairment or something similar will get students involved, and many will begin to understand and appreciate how technology and engineering can improve lives, remove obstructive handicaps faced by people with disabilities daily, and be used to design and produce real-world solutions to those handicaps.
See, for instance, Hervey Wilbur's four types of idiocy, which he developed in 1852: simulative idiocy; higher-grade idiocy; lower-grade idiocy; and incurables.
The years I was blessed to spend with Mwalimu were extremely rewarding to me not only in the opportunity they offered to study him and his scholarship intensively and closely but also in the simulative effect they had on the growth of my intellect.
This is in contrast to simulative findings by Henderson [5], which show a more narrow pellet size distribution (indicating constant specific throughput) when low viscosity additives are used.
One simulative effect of humic substances on plant growth is enhanced uptake of macro nutrients: nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P) and potassium (K) [16].
Example for BERS output--24-hour forecast for two accumulated dose fields, created by a simulative release from NPP "Kozloduy" (the asterix).
Developing a new library of materials and structural elements for the simulative evaluation of buildings' energy performance.
With respect to Europe, clearly there is a concern about deflation and a lack of conviction around monetary policy, so there is the will of the European Central Bank (ECB) to actually be expansive, but actually there are some political constraints on the ECB's ability to take bold simulative measures, but we are moderately constructive for Europe on the basis that that market has underperformed the US and the US will pull it in warmer waters later.
4 The simulative set of the load in the neutral position of the calcaneus in 3D model could be seen in Table-II.
Japan is back" now has a hollow ring to it, as policymakers both inside and outside of the world's third-largest economy do not know whether to applaud or criticize Japan's heretofore simulative mix of aggressive QE accompanied by a willingness to soften fiscal stringency.

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