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#        :author: Pierre-Jean Barjhoux
"""A matrix of constraint history plots."""
from __future__ import annotations

from math import ceil
from typing import Sequence

from matplotlib import pyplot
from matplotlib.colors import SymLogNorm
from matplotlib.ticker import MaxNLocator
from numpy import abs as np_abs
from numpy import arange
from numpy import atleast_2d
from numpy import atleast_3d
from numpy import diff
from numpy import e
from numpy import flip
from numpy import interp
from numpy import max as np_max
from numpy import sign
from numpy import where

from gemseo.algos.opt_problem import OptimizationProblem
from import PARULA
from import RG_SEISMIC
from import OptPostProcessor

[docs]class ConstraintsHistory(OptPostProcessor): r"""A matrix of constraint history plots. A blue line represents the values of a constraint w.r.t. the iterations. A background color indicates whether the constraint is satisfied (green), active (white) or violated (red). An horizontal black line indicates the value for which an inequality constraint is active or an equality constraint is satisfied, namely :math:`0`. An horizontal black dashed line indicates the value below which an inequality constraint is satisfied *with a tolerance level*, namely :math:`\varepsilon`. For an equality constraint, the horizontal dashed black lines indicate the values between which the constraint is satisfied *with a tolerance level*, namely :math:`-\varepsilon` and :math:`\varepsilon`. A vertical black line indicates the last iteration (or pseudo-iteration) where the constraint is (or should be) active. """ def __init__(self, opt_problem: OptimizationProblem) -> None: # noqa:D107 super().__init__(opt_problem) self.cmap = PARULA self.ineq_cstr_cmap = RG_SEISMIC self.eq_cstr_cmap = "seismic" def _plot( self, constraint_names: Sequence[str], line_style: str = "--", add_points: bool = True, ) -> None: """ Args: constraint_names: The names of the constraints. line_style: The style of the line, e.g. ``"-"`` or ``"--"``. If ``""``, do not plot the line. add_points: Whether to add one point per iteration on the line. Raises: ValueError: When an item of ``constraint_names`` is not a constraint name. """ # noqa: D205, D212, D415 all_constraint_names = self.opt_problem.constraint_names.keys() for constraint_name in constraint_names: if constraint_name not in all_constraint_names: raise ValueError( "Cannot build constraints history plot, " f"{constraint_name} is not a constraint name." ) constraint_names = self.opt_problem.get_function_names(constraint_names) constraint_histories, constraint_names, _ = self.database.get_history_array( function_names=constraint_names, with_x_vect=False ) # harmonization of tables format because constraints can be vectorial # or scalars. *vals.shape[0] = iteration, *vals.shape[1] = cstr values constraint_histories = atleast_3d(constraint_histories) constraint_histories = constraint_histories.reshape( ( constraint_histories.shape[0], constraint_histories.shape[1] * constraint_histories.shape[2], ) ) # prepare the main window fig, axes = pyplot.subplots( nrows=ceil(len(constraint_names) / 2), ncols=2, sharex=True, figsize=self.DEFAULT_FIG_SIZE, ) fig.suptitle("Evolution of the constraints w.r.t. iterations", fontsize=14) iterations = arange(len(constraint_histories)) n_iterations = len(iterations) eq_constraint_names = [ for f in self.opt_problem.get_eq_constraints()] # for each subplot for constraint_history, constraint_name, axe in zip( constraint_histories.T, constraint_names, axes.ravel() ): f_name = constraint_name.split("[")[0] is_eq_constraint = f_name in eq_constraint_names if is_eq_constraint: cmap = self.eq_cstr_cmap constraint_type = "equality" tolerance = self.opt_problem.eq_tolerance else: cmap = self.ineq_cstr_cmap constraint_type = "inequality" tolerance = self.opt_problem.ineq_tolerance # prepare the graph axe.grid(True) axe.set_title(f"{constraint_name} ({constraint_type})") axe.set_xticks([i for i in range(n_iterations)]) axe.set_xticklabels([i for i in range(1, n_iterations + 1)]) axe.get_xaxis().set_major_locator(MaxNLocator(integer=True)) axe.axhline(tolerance, color="k", linestyle="--") axe.axhline(0.0, color="k") if is_eq_constraint: axe.axhline(-tolerance, color="k", linestyle="--") # Add line and points axe.plot(iterations, constraint_history, linestyle=line_style) if add_points: axe.scatter(iterations, constraint_history) # Plot color bars maximum = np_max(np_abs(constraint_history)) margin = 2 * maximum * 0.05 axe.imshow( atleast_2d(constraint_history), cmap=cmap, interpolation="nearest", aspect="auto", norm=SymLogNorm(vmin=-maximum, vmax=maximum, linthresh=1.0, base=e), extent=[-0.5, n_iterations - 0.5, -maximum - margin, maximum + margin], alpha=0.6, ) # Plot a vertical line at the last iteration (or pseudo-iteration) # where the constraint is (or should be) active. indices_before_sign_change = where(diff(sign(constraint_history)))[0] if indices_before_sign_change.size != 0: index_before_last_sign_change = indices_before_sign_change[-1] indices = [ index_before_last_sign_change, index_before_last_sign_change + 1, ] constraint_values = constraint_history[indices] iteration_values = iterations[indices] if constraint_values[1] < constraint_values[0]: constraint_values = flip(constraint_values) iteration_values = flip(iteration_values) axe.axvline(interp(0.0, constraint_values, iteration_values), color="k") self._add_figure(fig)