simulate

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{f} -in taklidini yapmak; ... gibi yapmak: She simulated concern. İlgi gösterir gibi yaptı
{f} taklit etmek
{f} numarası yapmak
numara yapmak
benzet
{f} gibi göstermek
simulationtaklit
(Askeri) BENZETMEK, TEMSİLİ, TAKLİDİ
{f} benzetmek
{f} -in benzerini yapmak
(Nükleer Bilimler) Benzeştirmek
{f} -e benzemek
{f} yalandan yapmak
taklit et
{f} taklidini yapmak
{f} benzerini yapmak
benzetim yürütmek
benzetim kurmak
simule etmek
temsili
benzemek
imitate
taklit etmek

O Mariah Carey'yi taklit etmek için sıkı çalıştı ama başarısız oldu. - She tried hard to imitate Mariah Carey but failed.

Sanırım bir İngiliz için gerçek bir Amerikan aksanını taklit etmek zordur. - I think it's very difficult for an Englishman to imitate a real American accent.

simulation
(Nükleer Bilimler) simulasyon,benzetim,benzetişim
simulated
{s} taklit
simulation
Benzeştirim
imitate
{f} (birini) örnek almak
simulated
temsili
simulated
simule edilen
simulation
(Ticaret) benzetme
imitate
örnek almak
imitate
taklit et

Beni taklit etmeye çalışma. - Don't try to imitate me.

Van Gogh'un eserlerini taklit etti. - He imitated the works of Van Gogh.

imitate
benzemek
imitate
öykünmek
simulated
{f} simule et
simulated
gerçeği gibi
simulation
simülasyon

Simülasyon sonuçlarını kullanmadan önce artıkların biraraya gelmesini beklemek gerekir. - One must wait for the residuals to converge before being able to use the simulation's results.

Bu sadece bir simülasyon. - This is only a simulation.

simulation
simulasyon
simulation
taklit
simulated
simüle edilmiş
imitate
imitatively taklit yoluyla
imitate
{f} andırmak
imitate
{f} taklidini yapmak
imitate
imitative s taklit kabilinden
imitate
{f} benzetmek
imitate
taklit et/örnek al
simulated
taklit et
simulated
{s} sahte
simulated
(Askeri) TAKLİT, DÜZME, YAPMACIK, TEMSİLİ: Aslına benzetilmiş, aslındaki etki verilmek istenmiş eşya veya iş
simulation
sahte tavır
simulation
benzeşim
simulation
{i} yalandan yapma
simulation
{i} benzeşme
simulation
benzetim
simulation
{i} benzer şartları oluşturma
simulation
(Tıp) Hastalık belirtilerinin yalancıktan taklidi, simülasyon
simulation
{i} benzeme
simulation
similasyon
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To model, replicate, duplicate the behavior, appearance or properties of

We will use a smoke machine to simulate the fog you will actually encounter.

imitate
{v} to counterfeit, dissemble, pretend
make a pretence of; "She assumed indifference, even though she was seething with anger"; "he feigned sleep"
{f} imitate, copy; pretend, fake
If you simulate a set of conditions, you create them artificially, for example in order to conduct an experiment. The scientist developed one model to simulate a full year of the globe's climate Cars are tested to see how much damage they suffer in simulated crashes
make a pretence of; "She assumed indifference, even though she was seething with anger"; "he feigned sleep
  To represent certain features of the behavior of a physical or abstract system by the behavior of another system   Note 1: For example, delay lines may be used to simulate propagation delay and phase shift caused by an actual transmission line   Note 2: A simulator may imitate only a few of the operations and functions of the unit it simulates   Contrast with emulate
create a representation or model of; "The pilots are trained in conditions simulating high-altitude flights"
If you simulate an object, a substance, or a noise, you produce something that looks or sounds like it. The wood had been painted to simulate stone
To assume the mere appearance of, without the reality; to assume the signs or indications of, falsely; to counterfeit; to feign
If you simulate an action or a feeling, you pretend that you are doing it or feeling it. They rolled about on the Gilligan Road, simulating a bloodthirsty fight He performed a simulated striptease
reproduce someone's behavior or looks; "The mime imitated the passers-by"; "Children often copy their parents or older siblings"
the representation of physical systems, models, and other equipment
To reproduce the action of some process, usually on a smaller scale
Feigned; pretended
A computer application used to study the possible results of a process or strategy
simulated
Simple past tense and past participle of simulate
simulated
made to imitate something else; artificial
simulation
Something which simulates a system or environment in order to predict actual behaviour.''

The most reliable simulation predicts that the hurricane will turn north.

simulation
the act of falling over in order to be awarded a foul, when a foul hasn't been committed
simulated
not real, but made to look, sound, or feel real
simulation
{n} hypocrisy, deceit, mere pretence
simulated
{s} pretended, faked; made in imitation of
simulated
past of simulate
simulated
reproduced or made to resemble; imitative in character; "under simulated combat conditions"
simulated
reproduced or made to resemble; imitative in character; "under simulated combat conditions
simulated
not genuine or real; being an imitation of the genuine article; "it isn't fake anything; it's real synthetic fur"; "faux pearls"; "false teeth"; "decorated with imitation palm leaves"; "a purse of simulated alligator hide"
simulates
third-person singular of simulate
simulating
present participle of simulate
simulation
The representation of selected behavioural characteristics of one physical or abstract system by another system [ISO 2382/1]
simulation
Simulating a chip design through software programs that use models to replicate how a device will perform in terms of timing and results
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Allows for computer models to be constructed representing real life situations May be used to test the behaviour of a system under different operating policies, test alternative plant layouts etc
simulation
{i} act of pretending; imitation, counterfeit; imitation of the operation or features of one system using another system (i.e. computer simulation)
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The imitation of a logical operation of one computer by another to measure and evaluate the operation of the computer being designed Simulation is primarily intended to provide an analysis of program logic, independent of hardware environment, and is extremely useful for debugging a new software program prior to committing it to ROM
simulation
A simulation is an experiment run as a model of reality The simulations in this book are computer simulations, i e , are run on a computer using mathematical models They are also stochastic, that is they involve input generated to follow probability distributions
simulation
and Engine Simulation: A engine simulation process or program that attempts to predict real-world responses from specific component assemblies by applying fundamental physical laws to "duplicate" or simulate the processes taking place within the components
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"A simulation is a simulated real life scenario displayed on the computer, which the student has to act upon"
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representation of something (sometimes on a smaller scale)
simulation
Simulation uses x-rays to mirror the radiation therapy treatment, allowing patient position and radiation field to be defined
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"The process of designing a model of a real system and conducting experiments with this model for the purpose of understanding the behavior of the system and/or evaluating various strategies for the operation of the system" -- Introduction to Simulation Using SIMAN, by C D Pegden, R E Shannon and R P Sadowski, McGraw-Hill, 1990 A simulation model is a representation of a real system
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A method for implementing a model over time Also, a technique for testing, analysis, or training in which real-world systems are used or in which real-world and conceptual systems are reproduced by a model (l) A model that behaves or operates like a given system when provided with a set of controlled inputs Also called simulation model See also emulation (2) The process of developing or using a model as in (1) (3) Implementation of a special kind of model that represents at least some key internal elements of a system and describes how those elements interact over time Most combat simulations are implemented as computer programs
simulation
Using the digital model of the landscape in a GIS for studying the possible outcome of various processes expressed in the form of mathematical models
simulation
A process involving special X-ray pictures that are used to plan radiation treatment so that the area to be treated is precisely located and marked for treatment
simulation
The use of models and logic tools to test the outcomes of a proposed group of inputs and processes, prior to or in place of their implementation in a live system
simulation
an imitation of a typical job task or situation to assess how well a teacher might implement such a task or perform in an actual situation (e g , asking a science teacher to prepare slides for biology, having a music teacher listen to a tape and show how he/she would conduct that piece of music using the musical score in front of him/her, asking a fourth-grade teacher to develop and present a learning activity on interpreting map symbols) See Assessment Center, Surrogate Task, Task, Work Simulation
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Modelling a system by implementing in, say, a computer some relevant features If all features are operational then the system is real not a simulation Alife is sometimes said to be real life under this definition, unlike say a model of a volcano which cannot melt the computer - a feature of real volcanic lava, which is not included in the model
simulation
Something which simulates a system or environment in order to predict actual behaviour
simulation
(1) The imitative representation of the functioning of one system or process by means of the functioning of another A mathematical or computer model of an ecosystem Examinations of a problem, often not subject to direct experimentation, by means of a simulating device (2) A technique for solving complex problems that is not amenable to solution using formal analytical techniques Essentially simulation consists of a representation of a system or organization by means of a model The behavior of the system under various possible operational conditions or assumptions is then analyzed through repeated manipulation of the model
simulation
the act of imitating the behavior of some situation or some process by means of something suitably analogous (especially for the purpose of study or personnel training)
simulation
The examination of a problem often not subject to direct experimentation or analytical solution- most often by the use of a computer
simulation
Imitating or estimating how events might occur in a real situation It can involve complex mathematical modeling, role playing without the aid of technology, or combinations The value lies in the placing you under realistic conditions, that change as a result of behavior of others involved so you cannot anticipate the sequence of events or the final outcome
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 changed
simulation
(1) A representation of an item of equipment, device, system, or subsystem in realistic form Simulation enables the learner to experience the operation of the target equipment without possibility of destroying the equipment (2) Computer-based learning (usually part-task) simulation contrasts with the very costly, single-purpose special simulators typified by aircraft simulators Each has a proper role Simulation is one of the modes of computer-assisted instruction (CAI) The others are drill and practice, instructional game, modeling, and tutorial (Reynolds)
simulation
The process of conducting experiments with a model (an abstraction or simplification) of an item, within all or part of its operating environment, for the purpose of accessing its behavior under selected conditions or of evaluating various strategies for its operation within the limits imposed by developmental or operational criteria
simulation
"a simulation is a software package (sometimes bundled with special hardware input devices) that re-creates or simulates, albeit in a simplified manner, a complex phenomena, environment, or experience, providing the user with the opportunity for some new level of understanding It is interactive, and usually grounded in some objective reality A simulation is based on some underlying computational model of the phenomena, environment, or experience that it is simulating (In fact, some authors use model and modeling as synonyms of simulation )" --Kurt Schumaker, "A Taxonomy of Simulation Software " Learning Technology Review http: //www apple com/education/LTReview/spring99/simulation/
simulation
the act of giving a false appearance; "his conformity was only pretending"
simulation
a realistic visual portrayal which demonstrates the perceivable changes in landscape features caused by a proposed management activity This is done through the use of photography, art work, computer graphics and other such techniques
simulation
The use of a model system, e g , a mathematical model or an animal model, to approximate the action of a real system, often used to study the properties of a real system
simulation
A graphical computer program that represents the robot and it's environment, which emulates the robot's behavior during a simulated run of the robot This is used to determine a robot's behavior in certain situations, before actually commanding the robot to perform such tasks Simulation items to consider are: the 3-D modeling of the environment, kinematics emulation, path-planning emulation, and simulation of sensors See Sensor, Forward Kinematics, and Robot
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The process of simulating
simulation
(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 is the process of simulating something or the result of simulating it. Training includes realistic simulation of casualty procedures. the activity of producing conditions which are similar to real ones, especially in order to test something, or the conditions that are produced
simulation
The act of simulating, or assuming an appearance which is feigned, or not true; distinguished from dissimulation, which disguises or conceals what is true
simulative
{s} imitative, characterized by pretense
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