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Definition of the noun emulation

What does emulation mean as a name of something?

noun - plural: emulations

  1. ambition to equal or excel
  2. (computer science) technique of one machine obtaining the same results as another
  3. effort to equal or surpass another
    • lexical domain: Acts - nouns denoting acts or actions
    • more generic word: imitation = copying (or trying to copy) the actions of someone else

Alternative definition of the noun emulation

noun

  1. The endeavor or desire to equal or excel someone else in qualities or actions.
  2. [obsolete] Jealous rivalry; envy; envious contention.
  3. [computing] Running a program or other software designed for a different system.

Music

"Emulation" is a musical single of Ungar.

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Writings

"Emulation" is a book by Thomas E. Crow.

  • also known as "Emulation: David, Drouais, and Girodet in the Art of Revolutionary France; New Edition"; "Emulation: Making Artists for Revolutionary France"

Miscellanea

  1. Emulation: In emulation learning, subjects learn about parts of their environment and use this to achieve their own goals. Observational learning is based primarily on the work of Albert Bandura. First coined by child psychologist David Wood in 1988. In 1990 “emulation” was taken up by Michael Tomasello to explain the findings of an earlier study on ape social learning. The meaning of the term emulation has changed gradually since.
  2. Emulation is a football club of Martinique, based in the westcoast-town Schœlcher.

Phrases with Emulation

  1. terminal emulation
  2. Cross-Console Emulation

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Emulation

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Google previewThe Distinction Between Words Esteemed Synonymous in the English Language (1794)

Pointed Out, and the Proper Choice of Them Determined. Useful to All who Would Either Write Or Speak with Propriety and Elegance by John Trusler

Emulation is an ambition that excites us to use the most generous efforts to surpass, equal, and follow those close up, who have done some great or noble att. Rivalry, is a jealousy, that excites every. effort, generous or not, to surpass others ...

Google previewThe Quarterly Register (1833)

Whether we consider its almost universal influence, or its dubious and chameleon-like character, emulation is the grand...

Google previewNew Economic Theory of Public Support for the Arts (2015)

As will be seen, emulation is a key determinant in consumption. Invidious emulation is a key, if not the key factor in the development of what is known as conspicuous consumption and conspicuous leisure (elaborated upon in this chapter).

Google previewQuarterly register and journal of the American education society [afterw.] The American quarterly register, conducted by E. Cornelius [and others]. (1833)

by American education society

Whether we consider its almost universal influence, or its dubious and chameleon-like character, emulation is the grand...

Google previewThe American Quarterly Register (1832)

Whether we consider its almost universal influence, or its dubious and chameleon-like character, emulation is the grand...

Google previewEconomic Development in a Globalized Environment (2003)

East Asian Evidences by Henry Y. Wan Jr.

Emulation is a game of contact. Contact takes the form of the movement...

Emulation means the transfer of technology, and may be compared to the energy transfer in solar power collection, as in Figure 4.1.1. The working fluid in a solar power ...

Google previewA Vindication of Providence (1747)

Or, a True Estimate of Human Life. In which the Passions are Considered in a New Light. Preached in St. George's Church Near Hanover-Square, Soon After the Late King's Death. By E. Young, ... by Edward Young

THIRD LY, Emulation is an Exalted, and Glorious Pafllon, Parent of moft Excellencies in Human Life. It is enamour'd of all Virtue, and Ac- complifhment ; its generous Food is Praife ; its fub- lime Profeffion, Tranfcendency ; and the Life it pants ...

Google previewUnderground Economics (1992)

A Decade of Institutionalist Dissent by William M. Dugger

Emulation is the most powerful invaluation process. It is the taproot of career and of...

Emulation is a complex form of personal attack on another person or persons to whom the attacker is actually attracted. It is based on attraction, not ...

Google previewComputer Networking and Networks (2006)

by Susan Shannon

Shie-Yuan Wang and Kuo-Chiang Liao Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering, National Chiao Tung University, Hsinchu, Taiwan Abstract Network emulation is an important research approach. It allows real- world ...

Google previewMcBride's Magazine (1870)

Emulation is the nurse of genius as well as the spur. It was the fame of Miltiades that taught Themistocles to become famous. The walls of the Piraeus, the fortifications of the Acropolis, yet stand to testify to the tremenbosom. Do not let us forget ...

Google previewLippincott's Monthly Magazine (1870)

A Popular Journal of General Literature

Emulation is the nurse of genius as well as the spur. It was the fame of Miltiades that taught Themistocles to become famous. The walls of the Piraeus, the fortifications of the Acropolis, yet stand to testify to the tremendous promptings of vanity ...

Google previewLippincott's Magazine of Literature, Science and Education (1870)

Emulation is the nurse of genius as well as the spur. It was the fame of Miltiades that taught Thcmistocles to become famous. The walls of the Piraeus, the fortifications of the Acropolis, yet stand to testify to the tremen- dous promptings of vanity ...

Google previewLippincott's Monthly Magazine, a Popular Journal of General Literature (1870)

Emulation is the nurse of genius as well as the spur. It was the fame of Miltiades that taught Themistocles to become famous. The walls of the Piraeus, the fortifications of the Acropolis, yet stand to testify to the tremendous promptings of vanity ...

Google previewElements of Moral Philosophy: comprising the Theory of Morals and Practical Ethics (1825)

by John L. PARKHURST

Emulation is a selfish principle; and is inconsistent with the exercise of pure and universal benevolence .

Google previewTroubleshooting on Microprocessor Based Systems (2013)

by G. B. Williams

Chapter 8 Emulation Emulation is the process by which one system is used to copy the actions of another. There are several levels at which a system being developed can be emulated. An operating environment can be created in one ...

Google previewPractical Virtualization Solutions (2009)

Virtualization from the Trenches by Kenneth Hess, Amy Newman

Emulation refers to the capability to mimic a particular type of hardware for an operating system regardless of the underlying host operating system. For example, using an emulation virtualization solution, you can install a Sparc version of the ...

Google previewTechnological and Social Environments for Interactive Learning (2014)

by Jelena Jovanović, Raymond Chiong

Emulation is the second stage when students ...

Google previewThe SAGE Encyclopedia of Psychology and Gender (2017)

by Kevin L. Nadal

The gender stereotype emulation perspective of the gender selfsocialization model posits that gender identity and gender stereotypes collectively affect attribute self-perceptions. The more children identify with a gender collective ( gender ...

Google previewDictionary of Computer Networking

LAN Emulation Client (LEC), which runs on all nodes connected to the ATM network, initiates data transfers between other clients, and mapping between MAC (media access control) addresses and ATM addresses. (3) LAN Emulation ...

Google previewLondon Encyclopaedia; Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art, Literature and Practical Mechanics (1829)

Comprising a Popular View of the Present State of Knowledge

EMULATION, m. s. EM'ULATIve, adj. EM'Ula Tofi, n. s. French, emulér; Span. emular; It. emulare ; Latin, amulor, from Gr. apu)\\a, a contest. EM'ulous, adj. To rival; strive EM'ulously, adv. with for excellence; hence to imitate or equal generally.

Google previewEncyclopaedia Perthensis, Or, Universal Dictionary of the Arts, Sciences, Literature, Etc. : Intended to Supersede the Use of Other Books of Reference (1816)

The word comes originally from the Greek azoxxa, contes'; whence the Latin, emulur, and thence our emulation. Plato makes emulation the daughter of envy ; if so, there, is a great difference between the mother and the offspring; the one ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Applied Animal Behaviour and Welfare (2010)

by D. S. Mills, Jeremy N. Marchant-Forde

GoAt 289 Emulation thus characterized involves learning not about the behaviour used to manipulate objects, but about such things as an object's causal relationship with other objects or substances, that it might contain other objects or ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Thoughts (1908)

by Tryon Edwards

EMULATION. Emotion which does not lead to and flow out in right action is not only useless, but it weakens character, and becomes an excuse for neglect of effort. — Tryon Edwards. EMPIRE. — As a general truth, nothing is more opposed to ...

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The value of this 9-letter word is 11 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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