postprocessor

postprocessor

[¦pōst′prä‚ses·ər]
(computer science)
A program that converts graphical output data to a form that can be used by computing equipment.

postprocessor

Software that provides some final processing to data, such as formatting it for display or printing.
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FLOW-3D/MP v6 is fully synced with the latest developments in FLOW-3D version 11, including the addition of Flow Science's state-of-the-art postprocessor, FlowSight(TM).
Building energy simulation is performed by a combination of EnergyPlus and a pre- and postprocessor called PARAMS.
The results of numerical calculations were developed using the postprocessor of the CFX Ansys code and are shown in Fig.
The localised deformations were shown in postprocessor by the visualisation of major [[epsilon].
Newest Features: WinLast now features a user interface, mpi-supported main processor and reconstructed postprocessor.
The general postprocessor is used to view results at one time step over the entire model.
Telsmith's mantra is "100 percent from the post," meaning that each program addresses everything for every job in the postprocessor.
The results are output and the model is simulated using the ADAMS postprocessor.
In order for the Gegenbauer reconstruction method to be as effective as a postprocessor for geophysical and atmospherics simulations, it is important that the method be numerically efficient, robust, and easy to implement.
ECTOCARPACEAE + POSTPROCESSOR = NONPERCEPTION cryptoclue: 2309686854137 ALANTOLACTONE + CONDENSATIONS = INSATIATENESS cryptoclue: 5668902317843