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A simulation is an imitation of some real device or state of affairs. Simulation attempts to represent certain features of the behavior of a physical or abstract system by the behavior of another system.

Getting Started
To view and use the simulations listed below, you will need to download one or more of these plug-ins and applications to your computer. Here are free links to the most commonly used applications:

Java
Java for windows automatic downloads
Shockwave
Macromedia Flash Player
Excel Viewer 2003
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF
PowerPoint Viewer 2003
Real Player

Simulations by Category

Biology
Catalogs and Databases
Chemistry
Collections
Engineering
Environment
History
Mathematics
Statistics
Media and Journalism
Physics and Astronomy
Social Sciences
Software/Tools

 
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