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emulate

To imitate the operation of another device or platform. It enables another digital standard to be processed by equipment that normally deals with its own native format or protocol. See emulator.
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But under the influence of their degraded fortunes, both officers and men appeared better disposed to await the approach of their formidable antagonists, within their works, than to resist the progress of their march, by emulating the successful example of the French at Fort du Quesne, and striking a blow on their advance.
Foliage carved in the stone, and emulating the mastery of Nature's hand, yet remained to tell how many times the leaves outside had come and gone, while it lived on unchanged.
Although they grew up emulating their heroes, they eventually fell into styles of their own that carried them to varying degrees of success.
The Venetian built environment is seen as emulating sacred locations, rather than directly copying them, until the city became a "flickering mirage" of Jerusalem.
By emulating tape libraries, the disk-to-disk solution provides interoperability that minimizes the impact on existing operational procedures with existing libraries.
This strategy relies on emulating obsolete hardware, not software.
A new Memory Emulation Module option provides an automated method of emulating a variety of small and large memory configurations.
Ixia offers wireless operators and system vendors an integrated, platform for emulating all Triple Play subscriber and infrastructure elements.
Emulating Mainframe Devices With Open Systems, Subsystems And Systems