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The computer models that simulate weather and climate aren’t very good at capturing all aspects of an MJO.

SoundSpaces simulates sounds you might hear in an indoor environment, like doors opening and closing, water running, a TV show playing, or a phone ringing.

Our findings showed that the brain uses distinct patterns of activity for prediction errors and “simulated” prediction errors.

When the restaurant was empty during lockdown, Li and his colleagues tested the theory with a few human volunteers, some mannequins and harmless gas droplets to trace and simulate the spread.

The playable ad is a short version of a mobile game that simulates the gameplay of an advertised app.

Back then there were no vapor cigarettes for you simulate smoking.

Among its primary goals is to simulate a human brain using a vast network of connected supercomputers.

Previous attempts to simulate brain processes used software, silicon chips, or a combination of both.

But as a Hollywood music man, his job, in a sense, is to simulate it.

The player squats on the Balance Board, and then lifts to their toes to simulate jumping (never jump on the Balance Board).

The walking may simulate paralytic forms if hysteria is mixed with the neurasthenia.

He had never even been able so to simulate tenderness as to succeed in singing a pathetic song.

His dozen-odd UN regulars and Turkish partisans had done their best to simulate a paratroop attack in force.

Have feet raised from the floor eight or ten inches, in order to simulate the squatting position.

But there is no ingenuity which can simulate that soft cartilage on the end of the breast bone.


On this page you'll find 95 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to simulate, such as: affect, mimic, replicate, reproduce, resemble, and act.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.