emulator

A device, computer program, or system that accepts the same inputs and produces the same outputs as a given system. [IEEE,dob]
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Emulator

A program that allows you to run programs designed for a different computer. A spectrum Emulator would allow you to run Spectrum games.
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emulator

A representation (hardware or software) of an electronic device or function that simulates its behaviour. It is used to verify performance of a circuit design by analysis.
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Emulator

Em'u·la`tor noun [ Latin aemulator .] One who emulates, or strives to equal or surpass. « As Virgil rivaled Homer, Milton was the emulator of both.» Bp. Warburton.
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Emulator

• (n.) One who emulates, or strives to equal or surpass.
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emulator

A device, computer program, or system that accepts the same inputs and produces the same outputs as a given system. [IEEE 610] See also simulator...
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Emulator

Emulation or an emulator refers to the ability of a computer program or electronic device to emulate (imitate) another program or device. Many printers, for example, are designed to emulate Hewlett-Packard LaserJet printers because so much software is written for HP printers. If a non-HP printer emulates an HP printer, any software written for a r.
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Emulator

A hardware or software tool used the imitate the function of another hardware or software device.
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