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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This redundancy may be ameliorated through the use of preconditioned LASSO (i.e., applying the LASSO as a postprocessor using a predicted outcome from supervised PCA), a two-stage procedure that produces a sparse model (Hastie et al.
That probe path exists effectively as a tool path within your NC program." Both tool and probe paths can be post-processed with a modified postprocessor, then transferred together--despite their separate functions--to the machine tool.
The numerical values of the frequency are displayed in the postprocessor window of the package automatically and correspond to the maximum amplitude of the piezoplate oscillations.
As experience is gained with the system, it will be possible to implement a model output statistics (MOS) postprocessor to reduce this bias and possibly also reduce the standard error.
* NX Postprocessor programmed for current Machine Controller and simulation
The finite element calculation program (SAPTIS) used in this paper is a large-sized structural temperature, deformation, and stress analysis system [25, 26], including preprocessor, postprocessor, and analyzer.
The smoothed geometries are then imported into the open source preprocessor and postprocessor software Salome (http://www.salome-platform.org) to create FE meshes.
The software comes with hundreds of free post-processors and additionally a postprocessor generator to create user-definable post-processors.
Once the failed parts have been identified, a postprocessor interface with full animation should be available to help determine the exact variables and factors causing the part failure.
Through extracting the vibration velocity on measuring points shown in Figure 8 through postprocessor and making a comparison with that on same points on site, as shown in Figure 11.
That is why only nodal displacements of the user elements can be displayed in ABAQUS postprocessor. Displaying strains and stresses requires developing own graphical programs or using uncomfortable techniques with "ghost" meshes made of ordinary ABAQUS elements constrained to meshes consisting of user elements.
They searched for a fusion algorithm that can be implemented as a postprocessor to the QPE operation in which multiple gridded QPE products are processed.