emulation

  1. ambition to equal or excel
  2. (computer science) technique of one machine obtaining the same results as another
  3. effort to equal or surpass another

Emulation

[observational learning] In emulation learning, subjects learn about parts of their environment and use this to achieve their own goals. Observational learning (sometimes called social learning) is based primarily on the work of Albert Bandura. First coined by child psychologist David Wood in 1988. In 1990 `emulation” was taken up by Mich...
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emulation

[n] - ambition to equal or excel 2. [n] - (computer science) technique of one machine obtaining the same results as another 3. [n] - effort to equal or surpass another
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Emulation

Em`u·la'tion noun [ Latin aemulatio : confer French émulation .] 1. The endeavor to equal or to excel another in qualities or actions; an assiduous striving to equal or excel another; rivalry. « A noble emulation heats your breast.» Dryden. 2.
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emulation

1. The endeavor to equal or to excel another in qualities or actions; an assiduous striving to equal or excel another; rivalry. 'A noble emulation heats your breast.' (Dryden) ... 2. Jeaous rivalry; envy; envious contention. 'Such factious emulations shall arise.' (Shak) ... Synonym: Competition, rivalry, contest, contention, strife. ... Emulation,...
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emulation

noun effort to equal or surpass another
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Emulation

• (n.) The endeavor to equal or to excel another in qualities or actions; an assiduous striving to equal or excel another; rivalry. • (n.) Jea/ous rivalry; envy; envious contention.
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EMULATION

The imitation of a computer system, performed by a combination of hardware and software, that allows programs to run between incompatible systems.
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Emulation

This term refers to a program or device that has the ability to imitate another. A common example wo
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Emulation

A network activity in which a computer acts as if it is another kindof computer or terminal. An example is when a Macintosh useropens a remote terminal session to a VAX, it may run a programthat emulates a DEC VT240 terminal.
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emulation

effort to equal or surpass another
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