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Emulation may refer to:
- Emulator, imitation of behavior of a computer or other electronic system with the help of another type of computer/system
- Video game console emulator, a program that allows a personal computer or video game console to emulate another video game console
- In-circuit emulator, a program used to emulate the processor in an embedded system, to aid in debugging
- Hardware emulation, the use of special purpose hardware to emulate the behavior of a yet-to-be-built system, with greater speed than pure software emulation
- Emulation for logic validation, used to emulate hardware in manufacturing automation
- Virtual machines
- Gaussian process emulator, a special case of the Gaussian process in statistics
- Surrogate model, a model which imitates or emulates a more complicated (usually in terms of computer simulation time) model.
- Response surface methodology, response surface emulation.
- Meta model, emulators are often known as meta-models in engineering.
- Contrary to simulation, where a system (e. g. environmental, biological, or technical) is not only imitated with respect to its behavioral appearance but closely modelled in detail.
- ASC Emulation, a football club in Martinique
- Emulation (observational learning), a theory of comparative psychology
- Emulation Lodge of Improvement, a Masonic Lodge of Instruction
- Imitation, an ambition and effort to equal, excel or surpass another
- Socialist emulation, a form of competition that was practiced in the Soviet Union
- Whole brain emulation, aiming at mind uploading
- ST Emulous, a British tugboat
- Semulation, a mix of software simulation and hardware emulation of an electronic system
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