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    Terminal Emulation

    Communication method in which a terminal acts as a terminal of a different design so that it can be used on varioous systems.

    The use of hardware and software on a personal computer to duplicate the operation of a terminal device at both the operator and communications interface sides of the connection, so that a mainframe computer capable of supporting the emulated terminal will also support the PC.

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