What is the Meaning of Simulator | Definition and What is Simulator

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A simulator is a machine that mimics the behavior of a system under certain conditions allowing the people who work for real with the system of to training or practice. The simulators combine, most times, mechanical or electronic (parts) parts and virtual (parts) parts that help simulate the reality.
Examples: "before receiving the pilot permit, I'll have to do several tests in the Flight Simulator", 'Caesar is very happy because a driving simulator has been installed at the Mall and it will finally be able to play with his friends car racing', 'I bought a video game with a music Simulator ".
Simulators, therefore, can be used in a professional environment or as an entertainment medium. In the first case, these devices are essential for the training of persons who will have a great responsibility in their care because any mistakes could endanger the lives of others. Using the Simulator, these individuals may if lead until they gain experience and skills necessary to engage professionally. If they make mistakes in a simulator, no risk of injury.
Aircraft pilots, drivers of competition cars and surgeons practicing often with simulators. A driver will use a simulator to experience physical sensations similar to those felt in flight while driving a virtual plane with equipment identical to that of a real aircraft.
As entertainment, the driving simulators allow driving race cars, fly planes or to control trains in a video game. There are also dedicated to business or even social life simulators (with which you can manage the life of a character, build social relationships, etc.).
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