the act of giving a false appearance; "his conformity was only pretending"
a alternate reality created and communicated by a set of rules
a replica of actual events, presented in a manner with a specific purpose
a replica of reality
a replica, something false or counterfeit
using an experiment based on a real-life situation to answer a question. For example, toss a coin to simulate true-false; heads=true, tails = false.
n. A game that puts major emphasis on accurately depicting historical reality. (See also wargame and re-creation)
An instructional method used to teach problem solving, procedures or operations by placing learners in situations akin to reality.