emulable

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emulable (comparative more emulable, superlative most emulable)

  1. Worthy of emulation.
  2. (computing, nonstandard) That can be emulated.
    • 1988, Ian Graham, Peter Llewelyn Jones, Expert Systems: Knowledge, Uncertainty, and Decision
      ...these processes are emulable in principle...
    • 1994, Daniel S Levine, Manuel Aparicio, Neural Networks for Knowledge Representation and Inference
      On the other hand, this evidence may provide grounds for hope that higher-level processes may be measurable (in part, at least) and, hence, emulable.