# Source code for gemseo.post.core.robustness_quantifier

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# :author: Francois Gallard
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"""Quantification of robustness of the optimum to variables perturbations."""
from __future__ import annotations
from typing import TYPE_CHECKING
from typing import Callable
from typing import Final
import numpy as np
from numpy.random import default_rng
from strenum import StrEnum
from gemseo.post.core.hessians import BFGSApprox
from gemseo.post.core.hessians import LSTSQApprox
from gemseo.post.core.hessians import SR1Approx
from gemseo.utils.seeder import SEED
if TYPE_CHECKING:
from collections.abc import Sized
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class RobustnessQuantifier:
"""classdocs."""
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class Approximation(StrEnum):
"""The approximation types."""
BFGS = "BFGS"
SR1 = "SR1"
LEAST_SQUARES = "LEAST_SQUARES"
__APPROXIMATION_TO_METHOD: Final[Approximation, Callable] = {
Approximation.BFGS: BFGSApprox,
Approximation.SR1: SR1Approx,
Approximation.LEAST_SQUARES: LSTSQApprox,
}
def __init__(
self, history, approximation_method: Approximation = Approximation.SR1
) -> None:
"""
Args:
history: An approximation history.
approximation_method: The approximation method for the Hessian.
""" # noqa: D205, D212, D415
self.history = history
self.approximator = self.__APPROXIMATION_TO_METHOD[approximation_method](
history
)
self.b_mat = None
self.x_ref = None
self.f_ref = None
self.fgrad_ref = None
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def compute_approximation(
self,
funcname: str,
first_iter: int = 0,
last_iter: int | None = None,
b0_mat=None,
at_most_niter: int | None = None,
func_index=None,
):
"""Build the BFGS approximation for the Hessian.
Args:
funcname: The name of the function.
first_iter: The index of the first iteration.
last_iter: The last iteration of the history to be considered.
If ``None``, consider all the iterations.
b0_mat: The Hessian matrix at the first iteration.
at_most_niter: The maximum number of iterations to be considered.
If ``None``, consider all the iterations.
func_index: The component of the function.
Returns:
An approximation of the Hessian matrix.
"""
self.b_mat, _, x_ref, grad_ref = self.approximator.build_approximation(
funcname=funcname,
first_iter=first_iter,
last_iter=last_iter,
b_mat0=b0_mat,
at_most_niter=at_most_niter,
return_x_grad=True,
func_index=func_index,
)
self.x_ref = x_ref
self.f_ref = self.approximator.f_ref
self.fgrad_ref = grad_ref
return self.b_mat
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def compute_expected_value(self, expect: Sized, cov):
r"""Compute the expected value of the output.
Equal to :math:`0.5\mathbb{E}[e^TBe]`
where :math:`e` is the expected values
and :math:`B` the covariance matrix.
Args:
expect: The expected value of the inputs.
cov: The covariance matrix of the inputs.
Returns:
The expected value of the output.
Raises:
ValueError: When expectation and covariance matrices
have inconsistent shapes or when the Hessian approximation is missing.
"""
n_vars = len(expect)
if cov.shape != (n_vars, n_vars):
msg = "Inconsistent expect and covariance matrices shapes"
raise ValueError(msg)
if self.b_mat is None:
msg = "Build Hessian approximation before computing expected_value_offset"
raise ValueError(msg)
b_approx = 0.5 * self.b_mat
exp_val = np.trace(b_approx @ cov)
delta = expect - self.x_ref
exp_val += delta.T @ (b_approx @ delta)
return exp_val
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def compute_variance(self, expect: Sized, cov):
r"""Compute the variance of the output.
Equal to :math:`0.5\mathbb{E}[e^TBe]`
where :math:`e` is the expected values
and :math:`B` the covariance matrix.
Args:
expect: The expected value of the inputs.
cov: The covariance matrix of the inputs.
Returns:
The variance of the output.
Raises:
ValueError: When expectation and covariance matrices
have inconsistent shapes or when the Hessian approximation is missing.
"""
if self.b_mat is None:
msg = "Build Hessian approximation before computing variance"
raise ValueError(msg)
n_vars = len(expect)
if cov.shape != (n_vars, n_vars):
msg = "Inconsistent expect and covariance matrices shapes"
raise ValueError(msg)
b_approx = 0.5 * self.b_mat
mu_cent = expect - self.x_ref
b_approx_cov = b_approx @ cov
v_mat = b_approx_cov @ b_approx_cov
b_approx_mu_cent = b_approx @ mu_cent
v_mat += 4 * b_approx_mu_cent.T @ (cov @ b_approx_mu_cent)
return 2 * np.trace(v_mat)
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def compute_function_approximation(self, x_vars) -> float:
"""Compute a second order approximation of the function.
Args:
x_vars: The point on which the approximation is evaluated.
Returns:
A second order approximation of the function.
"""
if self.b_mat is None or self.x_ref is None:
msg = "Build Hessian approximation before computing function approximation"
raise ValueError(msg)
x_l = x_vars - self.x_ref
return 0.5 * x_l.T @ (self.b_mat @ x_l) + self.fgrad_ref.T @ x_l + self.f_ref
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def compute_gradient_approximation(self, x_vars):
"""Computes a first order approximation of the gradient based on the hessian.
Args:
x_vars: The point on which the approximation is evaluated.
"""
if self.b_mat is None or self.fgrad_ref is None:
msg = "Build Hessian approximation before computing function approximation"
raise ValueError(msg)
x_l = x_vars - self.x_ref
return self.b_mat @ x_l + self.fgrad_ref
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def montecarlo_average_var(
self, mean: Sized, cov, n_samples: int = 100000, func=None
):
"""Computes the variance and expected value using Monte Carlo approach.
Args:
mean: The mean value.
cov: The covariance matrix.
n_samples: The number of samples for the distribution.
func: If ``None``, the ``compute_function_approximation`` function,
otherwise a user function.
"""
n_dv = len(mean)
if not cov.shape == (n_dv, n_dv):
raise ValueError(
"Covariance matrix dimension " + "incompatible with mean dimensions"
)
ran = default_rng(SEED).multivariate_normal(mean, cov, n_samples).T
vals = np.zeros(n_samples)
if func is None:
func = self.compute_function_approximation
for i in range(n_samples):
vals[i] = func(ran[:, i])
average = np.average(vals)
var = np.var(vals)
return average, var
```