Recent Examples of emulation from the Web
Should Stewart decide to reintroduce length in her life, the process is bound to be marked by moments rife for emulation.
Although emulation on PC is still going to take a lot of work, the performance is there to handle it in modern PC hardware and the lack of a need to run on a different architecture really helps lower the complexity of the task.
Bringing emulation for original, old-school Xbox games like Crimson Skies and Halo 2 to PCs would be easier than porting over Xbox 360 games, Spencer said.
Emulation can be slow and take up system resources, but Microsoft has developed tools to reduce overhead.
Facebook's emulation of Snapchat has a broader significance in that the network and its apps are moving toward a more visual and interactive form of communication.
The Presidency was, and has been ever since, an impossibly large task, and anyone who has approached the office with even a modicum of humility—that is to say, most every President up to now—has done so in emulation of Washington.
Only Birdie himself, who was inspired by Elvis Presley but named in emulation of Conway Twitty, remains blissfully unchanged by his short, publicity-stunt visit to small-town Ohio.
Software company Bleem has introduced emulation software that allows the popular Dreamcast console to run PlayStation games.
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First Known Use of emulation
EMULATION Defined for Kids
Definition of emulation for Students
: an attempt to be like or do better than others
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