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Use in Literature
Owing to this absence of competition, and the limit placed on the population, it is difficult for a family to fall into distress; there are no hazardous speculations, no emulators striving for superior wealth and rank.
–Edward Bulwer Lytton in The Coming Race.
Special emulators of older hardware and software must be used to decode ancient data files.
–Shmuel Vaknin in E-books and e-publishing.
Configurable terminal capable of communicating with various remote computers: Patented by Gad Janay and Todd Yampel on July 1, 1997. Abstract: An improved technique of allowing terminal emulators to communicate with remotely located hosts comprises the steps of communicating first with a server which downloads communications software to the terminal emulator. The communications software is then utilized to communicate with the host, and screens of information downloaded by the host are recognized by the NC terminal. The terminal then communicates with the server to determine how to present such downloaded screens to a user.
Electronic simulation and emulation system: Patented by Narpat Bhandari and Daniel R. Watkins on May 9, 1995. Abstract: In an electronic design automation (EDA) system, various models are simulated and interfaced to certain target systems, logic analyzers, modeler, functional testers, emulators, hardware accelerators, hardware modelers, or other simulators. An add-on circuit card connects the simulator to the external systems. A computer program controls simulation start, stop, single-stepping, polling, interrupting and signal monitoring. The software program includes a model input/ouput file, a model input/output parcer, a configuration module, an address generation module, a run-time module, and a C-language module.
Emulator and compensator for polarization mode dispersion: Patented by Reinhold Noe on October 6, 2000. Abstract: An emulator or compensator (EK) of polarization mode dispersion of a polarization-maintaining light waveguide (PMF) with a differential group delay time (DGD), a polarization transformer (PT) and an output (AA). The polarization transformer (PT) is likewise implemented in polarization-maintaining light waveguide and allows endless polarization transformations. The emulator or compensator (EK) can be composed of a plurality of individual emulators or compensators (1, 2, . . N) that respectively comprise an input (E) and an output (A).
Logical grouping of facilities within a computer development system: Patented by John R. Mick, Darrell L. Wilburn and Michael J. Miller on June 1, 1984. Abstract: A logical grouping of facilities within a computer development system where said facilities include breakpoint control, trace control and memory, a plurality of VLSI emulators, a plurality of storage device emulators, a plurality of emulators for simulating program or microprogram storage, and may be selectively assigned to said grouping by a user. Said selectively assigned facilities are associated with a clock control and are used for the design, debugging and testing of computer systems.
Method and Apparatus for Debugging Programs in a Distributed Environment: Patented by Thomas J. Pennello and Henry A. Davis on March 14, 2001. Abstract: A method and apparatus for debugging programs in a distributed environment, such as a set of heterogeneous hardware processors (integrated circuits or In-Circuit Emulators), and/or software-based simulators. In one embodiment, the method comprises identifying a plurality of processes; initializing each of the processes; executing with a single thread of control among the processes; and continuously cycling among the processes to obtain status information. A computer program and apparatus for implementing the aforementioned methodology are also disclosed.
Terminal emulator with remote downloadable configurability: Patented by Gad Janay and Todd Yampel on August 4, 1999. Abstract: An improved technique of allowing terminal emulators to communicate with remotely located hosts comprises the steps of communicating first with a server which downloads communications software to the terminal emulator. The communications software is then utilized to communicate with the host, and screens of information downloaded by the host are recognized by the NC terminal. The terminal then communicates with the server to determine how to present such downloaded screens to a user.
Hunt, Jennifer Anne. Author of "Design and construction of a board to faciliatate debugging of 3081/E emulators." Published in 1987.
U.S. Dept.of Commerce, National Institute of Standards and Technology. Publisher of "Guidelines for using emulators to evaluate the performance of energy management and control systems." George E. Kelly ... (et al.); prepared for U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Conservation & Renewable Energy. Publisher: U.S. Dept.of Commerce, National Institute of Standards and Technology (Gaithersburg, Md). Published in 1992.
Watkins, Shirley Ward. Publication of "Survey of remote terminal emulators." Shirley Ward Watkins and Marshall D. Abrams. Published in 1977.
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Descrizione libro ICON Group International, Inc., 2009. Paperback. Condizione libro: Brand New. 30 pages. 9.00x7.00x0.07 inches. This item is printed on demand. Codice libro della libreria zk0546761232