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SIMULATION, French law. This word is derived from the Latin simul, together. It indicates, agreeably to its etymology, the concert or agreement of two or more persons to give to one thing the appearance of another, for the purpose of fraud. Merl. Repert. h.t.
     2. With us such act might be punished by indictment for a conspiracy; by avoiding the pretended contract; or by action to recover back the money or property which may have been thus fraudulently obtained.

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One of the strengths of the simulation is its accessibility via the web, which means that students are able to hone their legislative skills from any location with Internet access, at any time of the day.
0, a full-featured simulation viewer that is available for free.
A key feature of the Ansys simulation software suite version 10 is interoperability--integrating the various simulation tools that Ansys owns and has acquired in recent years.
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In these areas, future simulation technologies stand to have the greatest impact for law enforcement personnel.
An illustration of computer die design involving several iterations, similar to die trials, is shown in figure 6 for a simulation using the Polyflow code.
Simmetrix will develop and distribute the Simulation Modeling Environment as component software toolkits enabling CAD and CAE vendors to leverage this technology investment.
Recognizing that training simulations were a cost-effective means of training the armed forces, the creation of a simulation center became the target goal.
The original computerized case simulation program was based on case simulation exercises that had been developed by rehabilitation researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Stout, using actual state VR agency case files (Berven & Scofield, 1980).
Simulation gives the part and tool designer better understanding of material behavior during processing and helps predict part quality as a function of operating conditions, material selection, and tool design.

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