simulation

A game that puts major emphasis on accurately depicting historical reality. (See also wargame and re-creation)
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Simulation

Simulation is the imitation of the operation of a real-world process or system over time. The act of simulating something first requires that a model be developed; this model represents the key characteristics or behaviors/functions of the selected physical or abstract system or process. The model represents the system itself, whereas the simulati...
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simulation

Use of a computer program that duplicates the characteristics of an entity. Its purpose is to verify the performance of a design before committing it to a hardware implementation. See modelling.
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Simulation

• (n.) The act of simulating, or assuming an appearance which is feigned, or not true; -- distinguished from dissimulation, which disguises or conceals what is true.
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simulation

(sim″u-la´shәn) the act of counterfeiting a disease; malingering. the imitation of one disease by another.
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simulation

computer simulation noun (computer science) the technique of representing the real world by a computer program; `a simulation should imitate the internal processes and not merely the results of the thing being simulated`
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Simulation

Sim`u·la'tion noun [ French simulation , Latin simulatio .] The act of simulating, or assuming an appearance which is feigned, or not true; -- distinguished from dissimulation , which disguises or conceals what is true. Syn. -- Counterfeiting; feint; pretense.
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Simulation

A game that mimics some real life activity.
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simulation

A game that puts major emphasis on accurately depicting historical reality. (See also wargame and re-creation)
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simulation

A game that puts major emphasis on accurately depicting historical reality. (See also
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simulation

A model of an experiment that would be too difficult or too time-consuming to actually perform
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Simulation

A pension plan in which both the employee and the employer contribute to an individual retirement ac
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Simulation

A technique used to test-drive or simulate the operation of a material handling system in a production or warehousing facility. A computer generated model is created to represent the proposed system and the flow of product is 'sent' through the model. The efficiency of the proposed system can thereby be gauged prior to t...
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simulation

After translation and spotting, the subtitler or an editor reviews the film or program in a simulation session: a screening with the subtitles on the video screen just as they will appear on the final product. Modifications of text and timing can be made during the simulation.
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Simulation

An analysis that shows the production and harvest of fish using a group of equations to represent the fishery. It can be used to predict events in the fishery if certain factors change. See population dynamics.
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Simulation

An analysis that shows the production and harvest of fish using a group of equations to represent the fishery. It can be used to predict events in the fishery if certain factors change. See population dynamics.
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Simulation

An instructional method used to teach problem solving, procedures or operations by placing learners
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simulation

Analysis of a sequence of events using random numbers to generate possible outcomes in an iterative process. After [2]
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Simulation

Determining the (likely) behaviour of a circuit by using numerical techniques to calculate the effects
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simulation

Imitation; said of a disease or symptom that resembles another, or of the feigning of illness as in factitious illness or malingering; in radiation therapy, using a geometrically similar radiographic system or computer to plan the location of therapy ports. ... Origin: L. Simulatio, fr. Simulo, pp. -atus, to imitate, fr. Similis, like ... (05 Mar 2...
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simulation

In cancer treatment, a process used to plan radiation therapy so that the target area is precisely located and marked.
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simulation

in industry, science, and education, a research or teaching technique that reproduces actual events and processes under test conditions. Developing ... [5 related articles]
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Simulation

It literally means a lie. Church law presumes that a person?s outward actions or words are an accurate reflection of the person?s thinking and intentions. Where, in fact, this is not the case, simulation is said to be present. This most often occurs in marriage cases where one of the parties is alleged to have had an intention against children, per...
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simulation

Representation of the operation or features of one process or system through the use of another. Computer simulation of waiting lines can determine the number of employees needed to serve customers at a particular time.
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Simulation

see diving.
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