verb (used with object), sim·u·lat·ed, sim·u·lat·ing.
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From here, most solvers used Monte Carlo methods, simulating the game of Jeopardy!
His group first developed the tubes that simulate muscles about three years ago.This artificial skin feels ‘ghosts’ — things you wish were there|Stephen Ornes|November 20, 2020|Science News For Students
As I watched Beth dreamily focus on her imaginary chess board, simulating alternative possibilities, I thought about how that must be shaping her brain, particularly the part dedicated to planning and decision-making, the frontal cortex.Scientists Analyzed 24,000 Chess Matches to Understand Cognition - Facts So Romantic|Brian Gallagher|November 20, 2020|Nautilus
He was an electrician and had made a cross with lightbulbs so when lit up it would simulate a burning cross.Politics Report: Gloria Goes Business With New Team|Scott Lewis and Andrew Keatts|November 14, 2020|Voice of San Diego
The pressurized pod is something like a wingless airplane, while the tube it’s in simulates a very high-altitude environment.The first hyperloop passengers just took a short but important ride|Rob Verger|November 11, 2020|Popular Science
There was that restless movement and frequent looking out at the corners of the eyes so characteristic of simulative disease.Fasting Girls|William Alexander Hammond
Perhaps a bark simulative of a courageous dog might induce the bear to leave.