Definition of simulated in US English:

simulated

adjective

  • 1Manufactured in imitation of some other material.

    ‘a simulated leather handbag’
    • ‘Most of all he liked textured soy protein breakfast patties, which gave to his palate a fine tang of faintly scented simulated maple flavouring.’
    • ‘Analyzing the deviation of the structure from the initial crystal structure can assess the stability of the simulated protein.’
    • ‘These parts are tested in the laboratory - first as simulated joints (using fasteners and plates to imitate the actual joint) and later using the actual joint components.’
    • ‘Specifically, FDA said the bioburden on simulated product did not represent that on the manufactured product.’
    artificial, imitation, fake, false, faux, mock, synthetic, man-made, manufactured, ersatz, plastic
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    1. 1.1 (of an emotion) pretended or feigned.
      ‘she howled in simulated anguish’
      feigned, fake, mock, pretended, affected, assumed, counterfeit, sham, insincere, not genuine, false, bogus, spurious
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    2. 1.2 Imitating the conditions of something, especially as a training exercise.
      ‘a simulated emergency landing’
      • ‘To test the algorithm, 100 two-dimensional cell tracks were simulated.’
      • ‘Van Niekerk says entry-level learners will get two months training in a simulated call centre environment.’
      • ‘Delegates work in small groups on a process simulated on a PC.’
      • ‘Two different measures of similarity between permutations were used to evaluate the probe orderings generated from simulated data.’
      • ‘The simulated annealing program performed quite well.’
      • ‘The residents of Bendigo have been warned that they may hear simulated gunfire along with several helicopters.’
      • ‘A virtual reality game is a computer game especially designed to completely immerse the user in a simulated environment.’
      • ‘For years the treatment for people with SAD has been to use a simulated light source.’
      • ‘All demographic events affect the entire genome; therefore all loci were simulated using the same algorithm.’
      • ‘Each guide tree accompanied by the chosen root sequence was provided to ROSE 1.2, which generated multiple alignments by simulated evolution.’
      • ‘The arts were the means by which these forces could be ritualized and expressed in a new, simulated reality.’
      • ‘All of the exercises used a simulated Balkans environment.’
      • ‘With the FCS simulation, the recovered diffusion constant is within 95 % accuracy of the simulated value.’
      • ‘Twenty sequences and one outgroup were simulated with m = 0.05.’
      • ‘The proposed method is illustrated in the analysis of a simulated example.’
      • ‘Students modeled the spread of disease within a population by sharing simulated "body fluids" using pipettes.’
      • ‘Now all the human working functions have been simulated in machines.’
      • ‘However, due to the uncertainties in the force-field parameters, a comparison of the simulated results with experimental data is essential.’
      • ‘Goodness-of-fit values for covariance functions estimated from three different methods on simulated data’
      • ‘Each point on the graphs represents 1,000 simulated data sets.’

Pronunciation

simulated

/ˈsimyəˌlādəd//ˈsɪmjəˌleɪdəd/