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'''''Emulation''' is what we do when we try to make one system behave like or imitate a different system. We want to take System A (something we already have) and give it the inputs we would normally use for System B (which we may not have) and have System A produce the same results as System B.'' |+|
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|−|This category contains pages about [[ Wikipedia: Emulator|emulators]] . If you are looking for articles about virtualization, see [[:Category:Virtualization]] . |+|
|−|For a list of game emulators, see [[Gaming#Emulators]]. |+|
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An emulator is an imitation of behavior of a computer or other electronic system with the help of another type of computer/system.
This category has only the following subcategory.
Pages in category "Emulation"
The following 14 pages are in this category, out of 14 total.