simulatory

simulatory

(ˈsɪmjʊlətərɪ)
adj
another word for simulative
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Gregori trains the children in paramilitary operations, running simulatory manoeuvres involving paintball guns and mock civilians; these playful exercises eventually translate to real-world assassinations that the children perpetrate on his behalf.
But when spirit is ontologically understood to be a 'material substance other' rather than spiritual, it would be inappropriate to refer to the simulatory performance of what is happening in the physical-dimension as being a materialisation of the invisible dimension.
Students of medical schools in the country and abroad may now master all clinical skills required at the latest simulatory hospital, worth millions of dirhams, recently opened in Ajman.
If empathy is most precisely defined as a 'complex imaginative process in which an observer simulates another person's situated psychological states while maintaining clear self-other differentiation', we must consider not only the premise of isomorphism that beleaguers the imaginative and simulatory processes, but also the implications of the assumption of a self-other divide, based as it is on a psychological model of the bounded self that refers empathy back to a (nineteenth-century) problem of 'communication' rather than 'being'.
Simulatory effects of tannins and cholic acid on tryptic hydrolysis of proteins: ecological implications.
Overemphasizing the simulatory nature of network events may deprive them of any real existence, which could have consequences for our understanding of how technology is used, and even for the way we live.
Jeffrey Shaw argues that one of their key objectives for T_Visionarium was to create a spatially distributed and multi-temporal environment, iCinema hoped to address what they saw as being limited understandings of "multi-modal time systems" (Brown 2003, 4), arguing that "multi-modal forms of digital interactivity are technically over-determined and fixated on the simulatory.
One important difference between traditional simulatory technologies such as cellular automata (CA) and game theory (GT) and the development of the last few years is the emergence of isomorphic approaches.
After angering Arsenal with his simulatory shenanigans in last week's Community Shield, on Sunday he was villified by Aston Villa - a tad harshly, in some cases - as he helped the Reds ease to an opening win.
Let the axe fall wherever else, it must not hurt development, both because of its intrinsic utility, and because of its simulatory effect.
At the same time, he realizes the simulatory quality of the panorama, which prevents a full, participatory, and immediate or non-mediated presence, while maintaining an overall view.
But, in turn, to be condemned to representation is also to find oneself being enjoined to represent the nature of that "condemnation" in an attempt to overcome the controlling "presence" of representational simulacra through the simulatory excess of further representations.