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simulate

verb act, copy, counterfeit, fabricate, feign, imitate, make believe, mock, play-act, pretend, represent
Associated concepts: simulated conveyance, simulated sale, simulation
See also: copy, counterfeit, disguise, fake, feign, forge, imitate, impersonate, misrepresent, mock, pose, pretend, profess, reflect
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He reports using such "fuzzy" automata to simulate snowflake growth around hexagonal seed crystals.
Both parameters can be plugged into the WinGEMS simulator to calculate the sodium balance and simulate the pulping process for mills producing TCF eucalyptus kraft pulps.
EASi-SEAL also allows the user to combine up to five different materials in the same seal, making it possible for Geauga to simulate this dual durometer rubber seal accurately.
The idea is to validate your results against experimental data," says Leah Edelstein-Keshet of the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, who uses agent-based modeling to simulate Alzheimer's disease.
The new Performance Adviser module simulates the packing phase and helps users to minimize undesirable part shrinkage.
The Lear pilots usually keep the target anywhere from 3,000 to 5,000 feet above the water, but in some cases present it at altitudes below 200 feet to simulate a low flying cruise missile.
Sensor Vision III simulates the battlefield scene viewed by the missile's seeker.
Nasdaq:LAVA), a provider of semiconductor design software, announced today that Faraday Technology Corporation (TSE:3035), a leading ASIC and silicon IP provider, has selected Magma's FineSim SPICE circuit simulator as the simulator of choice for its high-performance designs after it displayed better accuracy and faster runtime than a number of popular commercial circuit simulation products - cutting simulation time to less than 24 hours on designs that required 26 days to simulate with a widely used competitive simulator.
As ever-more powerful computers have become ever more affordable, computational nanoscientists can readily simulate materials atom by atom.
Boeing also developed Easy5 (now owned by MSC software; Bellevue, WA), a set of engineering analysis software tools used to model, simulate, and analyze dynamic systems containing hydraulic, pneumatic, mechanical, thermal, electrical, and digital subsystems.