Definitions for "Emulation"
imitation (of an admired model) for the purpose of improving one's own qualities.
the imitation of the actions of a computer system or component, especially a processor, by means of a computer program, with the goal of predicting the behavior and performance characteristics of that system without actually manufacturing it.
The duplication of the functional capability of one device in another device.
The endeavor to equal or to excel another in qualities or actions; an assiduous striving to equal or excel another; rivalry.
Jealous rivalry; envy; envious contention.
ambitious rivalry; ambition or desire to equal or excel others in achievement
a term that is used to describe the advaced technology that KVM switches use to make switching a trouble free operation
Keywords:  rae, platform, depends, type
a type of RAE, and as such depends on a platform
Keywords:  uncertain, seems, matter
a matter that seems uncertain
presenting a facsimile of a resource which is not present to a consumer so that it is not aware of the resources absence, allowing the consumer to exist in an environment other than that which it was designed for.
a solution so saturated that it cannot remain entirely mixed
a little bit more dangerous since those games are still being sold with boxes and instruction manuals