A computer-generated environment.
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[Adjective] Near. With characteristics of the real thing, without being the real thing.
Example: The building was in a state of virtual collapse after the earthquake.
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Term applied to anything which mimics reality. While machines or applications appear to be 'real' they are only representations or imitations. Virtual Reality, which makes you appear to be in a location which you are not physically in, and Virtual Machines, which are computers which do not physicall...
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Vir'tu·al adjective [ Confer French virtuel . See Virtue .] 1. Having the power of acting or of invisible efficacy without the agency of the material or sensible part; potential; energizing. « Heat and cold have a virtual...
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• (a.) Having the power of acting or of invisible efficacy without the agency of the material or sensible part; potential; energizing. • (a.) Being in essence or effect, not in fact; as, the virtual presence of a man in his agent or substitute.
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virtual 1. Being something in effect even if not in reality or not conforming to the generally accepted definition of the term. 2. In physics, used to describe a particle whose existence is suggested to explain observed phenomena but is not proven or directly observable. 3. With computer technology,...
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(jargon, architecture) (Via the technical term virtual memory, probably from the term 'virtual image' in optics) 1. Common alternative to logical; often used to refer to the artificial objects (like addressable virtual memory larger than physical memory) created by a computer system to help the syst...
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In computing, without physical existence. Most computers have virtual memory, making their immediate-access memory seem larger than it is. Virtual reality is a computer simulation of a whole physical environment
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1) A computer-generated environment 2) Kind of reality 3) Not really real 4) Practical 5) Realistic 6) Simulated 7) Type of reality
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