Definition of Terminal emulation
1. Noun. (computer science) having a computer act exactly like a terminal.
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Literary usage of Terminal emulation
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1. A Catalog of National ISDN Solutions for Selected NIUF Applications (1993)
"PC/TCP Plus provides file transfer, terminal emulation, remote login, electronic mail, and network utilities as well as InterDrive, an NFS client ..."
2. Planning for the Fiber Distributed Data Interface by William E. Burr (1995)
"Another kind of common gateway is used with terminal emulation software in a workstation. ... A special terminal emulation program provides the PC with the ..."
3. Internet Costs & Cost Models for Public Libraries: Final Report by Charles R. McClure (1996)
"Single Workstation, Single Library, Text-Based Connectivity Model Workstation ("low-end" Mac or PC) with terminal emulation software Library Modem 9600bps ..."
4. Access EPA: Public Information Tools (1994)
"Using your communications software, dial FedWorld™ at 703-321-8020. Set parity to NONE, Data Bits to 8, and Stop Bit to 1 (N,8,l). Set terminal emulation ..."
5. Accident Precursor Analysis And Management: Reducing Technological Risk by Vicki M. Bier, Howard Kunreuther, James R. Phimister (2004)
"Once instructions are received by the LAN. the SCADA master de-encapsulates TCP/lP, leaving the proprietary terminal emulation protocols for the SCADA ..."