Definición de simulator en inglés:


Saltos de línea: simu|la¦tor
Pronunciación: /ˈsɪmjʊleɪtə


  • 1A machine designed to provide a realistic imitation of the controls and operation of a vehicle, aircraft, or other complex system, used for training purposes: a driving simulator
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    • Reactor simulators provide a very realistic training experience for power reactor operation.
    • Other studies have assessed acceptability after people have had limited or extended experience with the systems in driving simulators or in actual vehicles.
    • To keep the costs down, very realistic vehicle simulators are being used.
  • 1.1 (also simulator program) A program enabling a computer to execute programs written for a different operating system.
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    • Ikos has donated technology to help speed up the link between hardware emulators and software simulators running on workstations to a new industry consortium.
    • Well, last year's demo did show a Palm simulator running a Solaris app on the other side of the Atlantic.
    • The experimenter can save this text to a file and then invoke the NCS simulator on that file from the command line.

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