GfsOutputScalarNorm

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 +GfsOutputScalarNorm is used to write the volume-weighted norms over the whole domain of a given scalar.
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 +The statistics are written using the following formatting:
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 + DESCRIPTION time: T first: FIRST second: SECOND infty: INFTY
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 +with:
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 +;<code>DESCRIPTION</code>: a description of the scalar field (without any spaces),
 +;<code>T</code>: the physical time,
 +;<code>FIRST</code>: the 1-norm i.e. the average of the absolute values,
 +;<code>SECOND</code>: the 2-norm i.e. the [[w:Root mean square|root-mean-square]] norm,
 +;<code>INFTY</code>: the infinity-norm i.e. the maximum absolute value.
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 +The syntax in parameter files is:
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 + [ [[GfsOutputScalar]] ]
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GfsOutputScalarNorm is used to write the volume-weighted norms over the whole domain of a given scalar.

The statistics are written using the following formatting:

DESCRIPTION time: T first:  FIRST second:  SECOND infty:  INFTY

with:

DESCRIPTION
a description of the scalar field (without any spaces),
T
the physical time,
FIRST
the 1-norm i.e. the average of the absolute values,
SECOND
the 2-norm i.e. the root-mean-square norm,
INFTY
the infinity-norm i.e. the maximum absolute value.

The syntax in parameter files is:

[ GfsOutputScalar ]

Examples

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