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RelativeDifferencePostprocessor.h
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14 #ifndef RELATIVEDIFFERENCEPOSTPROCESSOR_H
15 #define RELATIVEDIFFERENCEPOSTPROCESSOR_H
16 
17 #include "GeneralPostprocessor.h"
18 
20 
21 template <>
23 
42 {
43 public:
45 
46  virtual void initialize() override;
47  virtual void execute() override;
48  virtual PostprocessorValue getValue() override;
49 
50 protected:
55 };
56 
57 #endif /* RELATIVEDIFFERENCEPOSTPROCESSOR_H */
RelativeDifferencePostprocessor(const InputParameters &parameters)
The main MOOSE class responsible for handling user-defined parameters in almost every MOOSE system...
const PostprocessorValue & _value1
first post-processor value
const PostprocessorValue & _value2
second post-processor value, used as base in relative difference
This class is here to combine the Postprocessor interface and the base class Postprocessor object alo...
Computes the absolute value of the relative difference between 2 post-processor values.
virtual void initialize() override
Called before execute() is ever called so that data can be cleared.
virtual PostprocessorValue getValue() override
This will get called to actually grab the final value the postprocessor has calculated.
Real PostprocessorValue
MOOSE typedefs.
Definition: MooseTypes.h:73
virtual void execute() override
Execute method.
const InputParameters & parameters() const
Get the parameters of the object.
Definition: MooseObject.h:53
InputParameters validParams< RelativeDifferencePostprocessor >()