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الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A piece of software or hardware that simulates other hardware
A person or thing that emulates

but I find in the life of this emulator of Caesar actions which, if necessity warranted, the heart must still refuse to approve.

{n} a rival, competitor, opponent
An implementation of Symbian OS hosted on PCs running Microsoft Windows (95, 98 or NT4) The Emulator is the primary development environment for Symbian OS
a package of hardware, firmware, software able to recreate a target machine environment on a new system A successful emulator package should give equal or superior performances at a cheaper or equal price See "modes"
One who emulates, or strives to equal or surpass
An emulator is a product designed to imitate one system with another so that both accept the same data, execute the same programs, and achieve the same results The concept was invented by IBM systems engineer Larry H Moss in 1964 to describe how the new IBM System/360 would provide support for programs that had been designed to work with older IBM mainframes, such as the IBM 7070 There are three basic types of emulator - the 'firmware emulator' (all in hardware - examples include SMS support built into G/MD and PSX support built into PSX2), the 'combo emulator' (part hardware, part software - like A-Max, the various Amiga Bridgeboards, the Mac Houdini board, etc ), and the 'true' or 'software' emulator (coded entirely in software, no special hardware required for operation)
A piece of hardware that performs emulation
A device that acts as something else
An emulator is a program you run on your computer that allows you to run other programs meant for a different computer or operating system There are free emulators for MS-DOS, for the 3Com Palm handhelds, for old Apple ][, Commodore C64, and Timex ZX81s, and even for many video game devices such as Atari and Nintendo game consoles Commercial products allow you to emulate the Macintosh, Windows 98, or Windows NT if you must
It's a term used to describe a WAP device implemented in software and as such is not a physical device, like a mobile phone for example Emulators allow for local WAP development, saving time spent on air with a real WAP device in order to test WAP applications Simulators can also be used with online content, connecting directly to a given website using HTTP
Emulators are programs used to emulate games that were made for other game systems or computers
A software or hardware application that simulates other hardware
In computers, an emulator is hardware or software designed to be behave as if it were another device or program For example, a 3270 emulator is a program designed to be used with the 3270 Display Terminal which can communicate with and control a PC as though it were an IBM mainframe
A computer program which mimics how a WAP device works These can be loaded onto a PC and allow the viewing of WAP sites without the cost of WAP calls
A device, computer program, or system that accepts the same inputs and produces the same outputs as a given system [IEEE,dob]
A program that allows one to emulate a game or computing platform An emulator is used to mimic the behavior of one machine on another For example: MAME ( Multi Arcade Machine Emulator) is an emulator that allows a user to play old arcade video games on a PC There are Emulators for just about every gaming platform from the Atari 2600 to Playstation Emulators work by using ROMS to load game data (Note: it is against copyright law to possess an ROM that you do not own an actual game of unless that game has entered the public domain )
A program (for example, a 3270 or 5250 emulation program) that causes a computer to act as a workstation attached to another system
A computer program plus special hardware that enables a program developer to run a smart card program on the actual smart card chip but still be able to control and analyze the execution of the program An emulator, for example, typically allows the developer to single-step the smart card processor and examine the smart card processor’s registers and memory
A device, computer program, or system that accepts the same inputs and produces the same outputs as a given system [IEEE,do178b]
An interpreter which executes programs expressed in the code of a virtual machine
A diagnostic tool that enables the user to check for adherence to a specific protocol
A device built to work exactly like another device, either hardware, software, or a combination of both
French: émulateur Hardware or software built into a computer system which causes the system to appear as if it were another system
An emulator is a program that allows one computer platform to mimic another for the purposes of running its software Typically (but not always) running a program through an emulator will not be quite as pleasent an experience as running it on the real system
An approximation to a simulator which evaluates much more rapidly Produces a point estimate of the outputs for each set of inputs, Compare with Surrogate Can be implemented by polynomial regression models or neural networks fitted on data from the simulator [JCR, 17 04 00]
program or hardware that other programs or hardware expect to communicate with It is generally used to allow older systems to communicate with newer systems when it is still needed
{i} imitator; rival
someone who copies the words or behavior of another
Hardware that simulates another type of device or software that enables a computer to simulate the operations of another device or a different type of computer
A program that emulates the functions of some device or other program
plural of emulator
expanded memory emulator
program for managing memory which emulates expanded memory (Computers)