Source code for pymor.algorithms.lincomb

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# Copyright 2013-2019 pyMOR developers and contributors. All rights reserved.
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import numpy as np

from pymor.algorithms.rules import RuleTable, match_generic, match_class_all, match_class_any, match_always
from pymor.core.exceptions import RuleNotMatchingError
from pymor.operators.block import (BlockOperator, BlockRowOperator, BlockColumnOperator, BlockOperatorBase,
                                   BlockDiagonalOperator, SecondOrderModelOperator, ShiftedSecondOrderModelOperator)
from pymor.operators.constructions import ZeroOperator, IdentityOperator, VectorArrayOperator, LincombOperator

[docs]def assemble_lincomb(operators, coefficients, solver_options=None, name=None): """Try to assemble a linear combination of the given operators. Returns a new |Operator| which represents the sum :: c_1*O_1 + ... + c_N*O_N where `O_i` are |Operators| and `c_i` scalar coefficients. This function is called in the :meth:`assemble` method of |LincombOperator| and is not intended to be used directly. The assembled |Operator| is expected to no longer be a |LincombOperator| nor should it contain any |LincombOperators|. If an assembly of the given linear combination is not possible, `None` is returned. The special case of a |LincombOperator| with a single operator (i.e. a scaled |Operator|) is allowed as assemble_lincomb implements `apply_inverse` for this special case. To form the linear combination of backend |Operators| (containing actual matrix data), :meth:`~pymor.operators.interfaces.OperatorInterface._assemble_lincomb` will be called on the first |Operator| in the linear combination. Parameters ---------- operators List of |Operators| `O_i` whose linear combination is formed. coefficients List of the corresponding linear coefficients `c_i`. solver_options |solver_options| for the assembled operator. name Name of the assembled operator. Returns ------- The assembled |Operator| if assembly is possible, otherwise `None`. """ return AssembleLincombRules(tuple(coefficients), solver_options, name).apply(tuple(operators))
[docs]class AssembleLincombRules(RuleTable): def __init__(self, coefficients, solver_options, name): super().__init__(use_caching=False) self.__auto_init(locals()) @match_class_any(ZeroOperator) def action_ZeroOperator(self, ops): without_zero = [(op, coeff) for op, coeff in zip(ops, self.coefficients) if not isinstance(op, ZeroOperator)] if len(without_zero) == 0: return ZeroOperator(ops[0].range, ops[0].source, else: new_ops, new_coeffs = zip(*without_zero) return assemble_lincomb(new_ops, new_coeffs, solver_options=self.solver_options, @match_class_all(IdentityOperator) def action_IdentityOperator(self, ops): coeff = sum(self.coefficients) if coeff == 0: return ZeroOperator(ops[0].source, ops[0].source, else: return LincombOperator([IdentityOperator(ops[0].source,], [coeff], @match_class_any(BlockOperatorBase) @match_class_any(IdentityOperator) def action_BlockSpaceIdentityOperator(self, ops): new_ops = tuple( BlockDiagonalOperator([IdentityOperator(s) for s in op.source.subspaces]) if isinstance(op, IdentityOperator) else op for op in ops if not isinstance(op, ZeroOperator) ) return self.apply(new_ops) @match_class_all(VectorArrayOperator) def action_VectorArrayOperator(self, ops): if not all(op.adjoint == ops[0].adjoint for op in ops): raise RuleNotMatchingError adjoint = ops[0].adjoint assert not self.solver_options coeffs = np.conj(self.coefficients) if adjoint else self.coefficients if coeffs[0] == 1: array = ops[0].array.copy() else: array = ops[0].array * coeffs[0] for op, c in zip(ops[1:], coeffs[1:]): array.axpy(c, op.array) return VectorArrayOperator(array, adjoint=adjoint, space_id=ops[0].space_id, @match_generic(lambda ops: len(ops) == 2) @match_class_any(SecondOrderModelOperator) @match_class_any(BlockDiagonalOperator) def action_IdentityAndSecondOrderModelOperator(self, ops): if isinstance(ops[1], SecondOrderModelOperator): ops, coeffs = ops[::-1], self.coefficients[::-1] else: ops, coeffs = ops, self. coefficients if not isinstance(ops[1].blocks[0, 0], IdentityOperator): raise RuleNotMatchingError return ShiftedSecondOrderModelOperator(ops[1].blocks[1, 1], ops[0].E, ops[0].K, coeffs[1], coeffs[0]) @match_class_all(BlockDiagonalOperator) def action_BlockDiagonalOperator(self, ops): coefficients = self.coefficients num_source_blocks = ops[0].num_source_blocks blocks = np.empty((num_source_blocks,), dtype=object) if len(ops) > 1: for i in range(num_source_blocks): operators_i = [op.blocks[i, i] for op in ops] blocks[i] = assemble_lincomb(operators_i, coefficients, solver_options=self.solver_options, if blocks[i] is None: return None return BlockDiagonalOperator(blocks) else: c = coefficients[0] if c == 1: return ops[0] for i in range(num_source_blocks): blocks[i] = ops[0].blocks[i, i] * c return BlockDiagonalOperator(blocks) @match_class_all(BlockOperatorBase) def action_BlockOperatorBase(self, ops): coefficients = self.coefficients shape = ops[0].blocks.shape blocks = np.empty(shape, dtype=object) operator_type = ((BlockOperator if ops[0].blocked_source else BlockColumnOperator) if ops[0].blocked_range else BlockRowOperator) if len(ops) > 1: for (i, j) in np.ndindex(shape): operators_ij = [op.blocks[i, j] for op in ops] blocks[i, j] = assemble_lincomb(operators_ij, coefficients, solver_options=self.solver_options, if blocks[i, j] is None: return None return operator_type(blocks) else: c = coefficients[0] if c == 1: return ops[0] for (i, j) in np.ndindex(shape): blocks[i, j] = ops[0].blocks[i, j] * c return operator_type(blocks) @match_always def action_call_assemble_lincomb_method(self, ops): id_coeffs, ops_without_id, coeffs_without_id = [], [], [] for op, coeff in zip(ops, self.coefficients): if isinstance(op, IdentityOperator): id_coeffs.append(coeff) else: ops_without_id.append(op) coeffs_without_id.append(coeff) id_coeff = sum(id_coeffs) op = ops_without_id[0]._assemble_lincomb(ops_without_id, coeffs_without_id, identity_shift=id_coeff, solver_options=self.solver_options, if not op: raise RuleNotMatchingError return op @match_generic(lambda ops: len(ops) == 1) def action_only_one_operator(self, ops): return LincombOperator(ops, self.coefficients, @match_always def action_failed(self, ops): return None