Definition of Emulation:

  1. Ability of a reverse engineered software to mimic a similar software. For example, some less popular (and usually less expensive) computer printers are designed to work with the standard device driver software used by the more popular or market leading printer. This facility allows the economy-minded buyers to switch to the cheaper alternatives without the hassle of installing unknown or non-standard drivers. See also reverse engineering.

  2. Effort to match or surpass a person or achievement, typically by imitation.

How to use Emulation in a sentence?

  1. Their success is inspiring emulation from others.

Meaning of Emulation & Emulation Definition