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Copyright (C) 2018 Alexandru Fikl

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__doc__ = """

 Misc tools

 .. autoclass:: BlockIndexRanges
 .. autoclass:: MatrixBlockIndexRanges
 .. autoclass:: ExprDerivativeTaker
 .. autoclass:: LaplaceDerivativeTaker
 .. autoclass:: RadialDerivativeTaker
 .. autoclass:: HelmholtzDerivativeTaker
 .. autoclass:: DifferentiatedExprDerivativeTaker

from pytools import memoize_method, memoize_in
from pytools.tag import Tag, tag_dataclass

import numpy as np
import sumpy.symbolic as sym

import pyopencl as cl
import pyopencl.array  # noqa

import loopy as lp
from loopy.version import MOST_RECENT_LANGUAGE_VERSION

import logging
logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)

# {{{ multi_index helpers

def add_mi(mi1, mi2):
    return tuple(mi1i+mi2i for mi1i, mi2i in zip(mi1, mi2))

def mi_factorial(mi):
    from pytools import factorial
    result = 1
    for mi_i in mi:
        result *= factorial(mi_i)
    return result

def mi_increment_axis(mi, axis, increment):
    new_mi = list(mi)
    new_mi[axis] += increment
    return tuple(new_mi)

def mi_set_axis(mi, axis, value):
    new_mi = list(mi)
    new_mi[axis] = value
    return tuple(new_mi)

def mi_power(vector, mi, evaluate=True):
    result = 1
    for mi_i, vec_i in zip(mi, vector):
        if mi_i == 1:
            result *= vec_i
        elif evaluate:
            result *= vec_i**mi_i
            result *= sym.unevaluated_pow(vec_i, mi_i)
    return result

def add_to_sac(sac, expr):
    if sac is None:
        return expr

    if expr.is_Number or expr.is_Symbol:
        return expr

    name = sac.assign_temp("temp", expr)
    return sym.Symbol(name)

[docs]class ExprDerivativeTaker(object): """Facilitates the efficient computation of (potentially) high-order derivatives of a given :mod:`sympy` expression *expr* while attempting to maximize the number of common subexpressions generated. This class defines the interface and realizes a baseline implementation. More specialized implementations may offer better efficiency for special cases. .. automethod:: diff """ def __init__(self, expr, var_list, rscale=1, sac=None): r""" A class to take scaled derivatives of the symbolic expression expr w.r.t. variables var_list and the scaling parameter rscale. Consider a Taylor multipole expansion: .. math:: f (x - y) = \sum_{i = 0}^{\infty} (\partial_y^i f) (x - y) \big|_{y = c} \frac{(y - c)^i}{i!} . Now suppose we would like to use a scaled version :math:`g` of the kernel :math:`f`: .. math:: \begin{eqnarray*} f (x) & = & g (x / \alpha),\\ f^{(i)} (x) & = & \frac{1}{\alpha^i} g^{(i)} (x / \alpha) . \end{eqnarray*} where :math:`\alpha` is chosen to be on a length scale similar to :math:`x` (for example by choosing :math:`\alpha` proporitional to the size of the box for which the expansion is intended) so that :math:`x / \alpha` is roughly of unit magnitude, to avoid arithmetic issues with small arguments. This yields .. math:: f (x - y) = \sum_{i = 0}^{\infty} (\partial_y^i g) \left( \frac{x - y}{\alpha} \right) \Bigg|_{y = c} \cdot \frac{(y - c)^i}{\alpha^i \cdot i!}. Observe that the :math:`(y - c)` term is now scaled to unit magnitude, as is the argument of :math:`g`. With :math:`\xi = x / \alpha`, we find .. math:: \begin{eqnarray*} g (\xi) & = & f (\alpha \xi),\\ g^{(i)} (\xi) & = & \alpha^i f^{(i)} (\alpha \xi) . \end{eqnarray*} Generically for all kernels, :math:`f^{(i)} (\alpha \xi)` is computable by taking a sufficient number of symbolic derivatives of :math:`f` and providing :math:`\alpha \xi = x` as the argument. Now, for some kernels, like :math:`f (x) = C \log x`, the powers of :math:`\alpha^i` from the chain rule cancel with the ones from the argument substituted into the kernel derivatives: .. math:: g^{(i)} (\xi) = \alpha^i f^{(i)} (\alpha \xi) = C' \cdot \alpha^i \cdot \frac{1}{(\alpha x)^i} \quad (i > 0), making them what you might call *scale-invariant*. This derivative taker returns :math:`g^{(i)}(\xi) = \alpha^i f^{(i)}` given :math:`f^{(0)}` as *expr* and :math:`\alpha` as :attr:`rscale`. """ assert isinstance(expr, sym.Basic) self.var_list = var_list zero_mi = (0,) * len(var_list) self.cache_by_mi = {zero_mi: expr} self.rscale = rscale self.sac = sac self.dim = len(self.var_list) self.orig_expr = expr def mi_dist(self, a, b): return np.array(a, dtype=int) - np.array(b, dtype=int)
[docs] def diff(self, mi): """Take the derivative of the expression represented by :class:`ExprDerivativeTaker`. :param mi: multi-index representing the derivative """ try: return self.cache_by_mi[mi] except KeyError: pass current_mi = self.get_closest_cached_mi(mi) expr = self.cache_by_mi[current_mi] for next_deriv, next_mi in self.get_derivative_taking_sequence( current_mi, mi): expr = expr.diff(next_deriv) * self.rscale self.cache_by_mi[next_mi] = expr return expr
def get_derivative_taking_sequence(self, start_mi, end_mi): current_mi = np.array(start_mi, dtype=int) for idx, (mi_i, vec_i) in enumerate( zip(self.mi_dist(end_mi, start_mi), self.var_list)): for i in range(1, 1 + mi_i): current_mi[idx] += 1 yield vec_i, tuple(current_mi) def get_closest_cached_mi(self, mi): return min((other_mi for other_mi in self.cache_by_mi.keys() if (np.array(mi) >= np.array(other_mi)).all()), key=lambda other_mi: sum(self.mi_dist(mi, other_mi)))
[docs]class LaplaceDerivativeTaker(ExprDerivativeTaker): """Specialized derivative taker for Laplace potential. """ def __init__(self, expr, var_list, rscale=1, sac=None): super(LaplaceDerivativeTaker, self).__init__(expr, var_list, rscale, sac) self.scaled_var_list = [add_to_sac(self.sac, v/rscale) for v in var_list] self.scaled_r = add_to_sac(self.sac, sym.sqrt(sum(v**2 for v in self.scaled_var_list))) def diff(self, mi): """ Implements the algorithm described in [Fernando2021] to take cartesian derivatives of Laplace potential using recurrences. Cost of each derivative is amortized constant. .. [Fernando2021]: Fernando, I., Klöckner, A., 2021. Automatic Synthesis of Low Complexity Translation Operators for the Fast Multipole Method. In preparation. """ # Return zero for negative values. Makes the algorithm readable. if min(mi) < 0: return 0 try: return self.cache_by_mi[mi] except KeyError: pass dim = self.dim if max(mi) == 1: return ExprDerivativeTaker.diff(self, mi) d = -1 for i in range(dim): if mi[i] >= 2: d = i break assert d >= 0 expr = 0 for i in range(dim): mi_minus_one = list(mi) mi_minus_one[i] -= 1 mi_minus_one = tuple(mi_minus_one) mi_minus_two = list(mi) mi_minus_two[i] -= 2 mi_minus_two = tuple(mi_minus_two) x = self.scaled_var_list[i] n = mi[i] if i == d: if dim == 3: expr -= (2*n - 1) * x * self.diff(mi_minus_one) expr -= (n - 1)**2 * self.diff(mi_minus_two) else: expr -= 2 * x * (n - 1) * self.diff(mi_minus_one) expr -= (n - 1) * (n - 2) * self.diff(mi_minus_two) if n == 2 and sum(mi) == 2: expr += 1 else: expr -= 2 * n * x * self.diff(mi_minus_one) expr -= n * (n - 1) * self.diff(mi_minus_two) expr /= self.scaled_r**2 expr = add_to_sac(self.sac, expr) self.cache_by_mi[mi] = expr return expr
[docs]class RadialDerivativeTaker(ExprDerivativeTaker): """Specialized derivative taker for radial expressions. """ def __init__(self, expr, var_list, rscale=1, sac=None): """ Takes the derivatives of a radial function. """ import sumpy.symbolic as sym super(RadialDerivativeTaker, self).__init__(expr, var_list, rscale, sac) empty_mi = (0,) * len(var_list) self.cache_by_mi_q = {(empty_mi, 0): expr} self.r = sym.sqrt(sum(v**2 for v in var_list)) rsym = sym.Symbol("_r") r_expr = expr.xreplace({self.r**2: rsym**2}) self.is_radial = not any(r_expr.has(v) for v in var_list) self.var_list_multiplied = [add_to_sac(sac, v * rscale) for v in var_list] def diff(self, mi, q=0): """ Implements the algorithm described in [Tausch2003] to take cartesian derivatives of radial functions using recurrences. Cost of each derivative is amortized linear in the degree. .. [Tausch2003]: Tausch, J., 2003. The fast multipole method for arbitrary Green's functions. Contemporary Mathematics, 329, pp.307-314. """ if not self.is_radial: assert q == 0 return ExprDerivativeTaker.diff(self, mi) try: return self.cache_by_mi_q[(mi, q)] except KeyError: pass for i in range(self.dim): if mi[i] == 1: mi_minus_one = list(mi) mi_minus_one[i] = 0 mi_minus_one = tuple(mi_minus_one) expr = self.var_list_multiplied[i] * self.diff(mi_minus_one, q=q+1) self.cache_by_mi_q[(mi, q)] = expr return expr for i in range(self.dim): if mi[i] >= 2: mi_minus_one = list(mi) mi_minus_one[i] -= 1 mi_minus_one = tuple(mi_minus_one) mi_minus_two = list(mi) mi_minus_two[i] -= 2 mi_minus_two = tuple(mi_minus_two) expr = (mi[i]-1)*self.diff(mi_minus_two, q=q+1) * self.rscale ** 2 expr += self.var_list_multiplied[i] * self.diff(mi_minus_one, q=q+1) expr = add_to_sac(self.sac, expr) self.cache_by_mi_q[(mi, q)] = expr return expr assert mi == (0,)*self.dim assert q > 0 prev_expr = self.diff(mi, q=q-1) # Need to get expr.diff(r)/r, but we can only do expr.diff(x) # Use expr.diff(x) = expr.diff(r) * x / r expr = prev_expr.diff(self.var_list[0])/self.var_list[0] # We need to distribute the division above expr = expr.expand(deep=False) self.cache_by_mi_q[(mi, q)] = expr return expr
[docs]class HelmholtzDerivativeTaker(RadialDerivativeTaker): """Specialized derivative taker for Helmholtz potential. """ def diff(self, mi, q=0): import sumpy.symbolic as sym if q < 2 or mi != (0,)*self.dim: return RadialDerivativeTaker.diff(self, mi, q) try: return self.cache_by_mi_q[(mi, q)] except KeyError: pass if self.dim == 2: # See # and k = self.orig_expr.args[1] / self.r expr = - 2 * (q - 1) * self.diff(mi, q - 1) expr += - k**2 * self.diff(mi, q - 2) expr /= self.r**2 else: # See reference [Tausch2003] in RadialDerivativeTaker.diff k = (self.orig_expr * self.r).args[-1] / sym.I / self.r expr = -(2*q - 1)/self.r**2 * self.diff(mi, q - 1) expr += -k**2 / self.r * self.diff(mi, q - 2) self.cache_by_mi_q[(mi, q)] = expr return expr
[docs]@tag_dataclass class DifferentiatedExprDerivativeTaker: """Implements the :class:`ExprDerivativeTaker` interface for an expression that is itself a linear combination of derivatives of a base expression. To take the actual derivatives, it makes use of an underlying derivative taker *taker*. .. attribute:: taker A :class:`ExprDerivativeTaker` for the base expression. .. attribute:: derivative_transformation A dictionary mapping a derivative multi-index to a coefficient. The expression represented by this derivative taker is the linear combination of the derivatives of the expression for the base expression. """ taker: ExprDerivativeTaker derivative_transformation: dict def diff(self, mi, save_intermediate=lambda x: x): # By passing `rscale` to the derivative taker we are taking a scaled # version of the derivative which is `expr.diff(mi)*rscale**sum(mi)` # which might be implemented efficiently for kernels like Laplace. # One caveat is that we are taking more derivatives because of # :attr:`derivative_transformation` which would multiply the # expression by more `rscale`s than necessary. This is corrected by # dividing by `rscale`. max_order = max(sum(extra_mi) for extra_mi in self.derivative_transformation.keys()) result = sum( coeff * self.taker.diff(add_mi(mi, extra_mi)) / self.taker.rscale ** (sum(extra_mi) - max_order) for extra_mi, coeff in self.derivative_transformation.items()) return result * save_intermediate(1 / self.taker.rscale ** max_order)
# }}} def build_matrix(op, dtype=None, shape=None): dtype = dtype or op.dtype from pytools import ProgressBar shape = shape or op.shape rows, cols = shape pb = ProgressBar("matrix", cols) mat = np.zeros(shape, dtype) try: matvec_method = op.matvec except AttributeError: matvec_method = op.__call__ for i in range(cols): unit_vec = np.zeros(cols, dtype=dtype) unit_vec[i] = 1 mat[:, i] = matvec_method(unit_vec) pb.progress() pb.finished() return mat def vector_to_device(queue, vec): from pytools.obj_array import obj_array_vectorize from pyopencl.array import to_device def to_dev(ary): return to_device(queue, ary) return obj_array_vectorize(to_dev, vec) def vector_from_device(queue, vec): from pytools.obj_array import obj_array_vectorize def from_dev(ary): from numbers import Number if isinstance(ary, (np.number, Number)): # zero, most likely return ary return ary.get(queue=queue) return obj_array_vectorize(from_dev, vec) def _merge_kernel_arguments(dictionary, arg): # Check for strict equality until there's a usecase if dictionary.setdefault(, arg) != arg: msg = "Merging two different kernel arguments {} and {} with the same name" raise ValueError(msg.format(arg.loopy_arg, dictionary[arg].loopy_arg)) def gather_arguments(kernel_likes): result = {} for knl in kernel_likes: for arg in knl.get_args(): _merge_kernel_arguments(result, arg) return sorted(result.values(), key=lambda arg: def gather_source_arguments(kernel_likes): result = {} for knl in kernel_likes: for arg in knl.get_args() + knl.get_source_args(): _merge_kernel_arguments(result, arg) return sorted(result.values(), key=lambda arg: def gather_loopy_arguments(kernel_likes): return [arg.loopy_arg for arg in gather_arguments(kernel_likes)] def gather_loopy_source_arguments(kernel_likes): return [arg.loopy_arg for arg in gather_source_arguments(kernel_likes)] # {{{ KernelComputation @tag_dataclass class ScalingAssignmentTag(Tag): pass class KernelComputation: """Common input processing for kernel computations.""" def __init__(self, ctx, target_kernels, source_kernels, strength_usage, value_dtypes, name, device=None): """ :arg kernels: list of :class:`sumpy.kernel.Kernel` instances :class:`sumpy.kernel.TargetDerivative` wrappers should be the outermost kernel wrappers, if present. :arg strength_usage: A list of integers indicating which expression uses which density. This implicitly specifies the number of density arrays that need to be passed. Default: all kernels use the same density. """ # {{{ process value_dtypes if value_dtypes is None: value_dtypes = [] for knl in target_kernels: if knl.is_complex_valued: value_dtypes.append(np.complex128) else: value_dtypes.append(np.float64) if not isinstance(value_dtypes, (list, tuple)): value_dtypes = [np.dtype(value_dtypes)] * len(target_kernels) value_dtypes = [np.dtype(vd) for vd in value_dtypes] # }}} # {{{ process strength_usage if strength_usage is None: strength_usage = list(range(len(source_kernels))) if len(source_kernels) != len(strength_usage): raise ValueError("exprs and strength_usage must have the same length") strength_count = max(strength_usage)+1 # }}} if device is None: device = ctx.devices[0] self.context = ctx self.device = device self.source_kernels = tuple(source_kernels) self.target_kernels = tuple(target_kernels) self.value_dtypes = value_dtypes self.strength_usage = strength_usage self.strength_count = strength_count = name or self.default_name def get_kernel_scaling_assignments(self): from sumpy.symbolic import SympyToPymbolicMapper sympy_conv = SympyToPymbolicMapper() import loopy as lp return [ lp.Assignment(id=None, assignee="knl_%d_scaling" % i, expression=sympy_conv(kernel.get_global_scaling_const()), temp_var_type=lp.Optional(dtype), tags=frozenset([ScalingAssignmentTag()])) for i, (kernel, dtype) in enumerate( zip(self.target_kernels, self.value_dtypes))] # }}} # {{{ def _to_host(x, queue=None): if isinstance(x, cl.array.Array): queue = queue or x.queue return x.get(queue) return x
[docs]class BlockIndexRanges: """Convenience class for working with blocks of a global array. .. attribute:: indices A list of not necessarily continuous or increasing integers representing the indices of a global array. The individual blocks are delimited using :attr:`ranges`. .. attribute:: ranges A list of nondecreasing integers used to index into :attr:`indices`. A block :math:`i` can be retrieved using `indices[ranges[i]:ranges[i + 1]]`. .. automethod:: block_shape .. automethod:: get .. automethod:: take """ def __init__(self, cl_context, indices, ranges): self.cl_context = cl_context self.indices = indices self.ranges = ranges @property @memoize_method def _ranges(self): with cl.CommandQueue(self.cl_context) as queue: return _to_host(self.ranges, queue=queue) @property def nblocks(self): return self.ranges.shape[0] - 1
[docs] def block_shape(self, i): return (self._ranges[i + 1] - self._ranges[i],)
def block_indices(self, i): return self.indices[self._ranges[i]:self._ranges[i + 1]]
[docs] def get(self, queue=None): return BlockIndexRanges(self.cl_context, _to_host(self.indices, queue=queue), _to_host(self.ranges, queue=queue))
[docs] def take(self, x, i): """Return the subset of a global array `x` that is defined by the :attr:`indices` in block :math:`i`. """ return x[self.block_indices(i)]
[docs]class MatrixBlockIndexRanges: """Keep track of different ways to index into matrix blocks. .. attribute:: row A :class:`BlockIndexRanges` encapsulating row block indices. .. attribute:: col A :class:`BlockIndexRanges` encapsulating column block indices. .. automethod:: block_shape .. automethod:: block_take .. automethod:: get .. autoattribute:: linear_row_indices .. automethod:: take """ def __init__(self, cl_context, row, col): self.cl_context = cl_context self.row = row self.col = col assert self.row.nblocks == self.col.nblocks self.blkranges = np.cumsum([0] + [ self.row.block_shape(i)[0] * self.col.block_shape(i)[0] for i in range(self.row.nblocks)]) if isinstance(self.row.indices, cl.array.Array): with cl.CommandQueue(self.cl_context) as queue: self.blkranges = \ cl.array.to_device(queue, self.blkranges).with_queue(None) @property def nblocks(self): return self.row.nblocks
[docs] def block_shape(self, i): return self.row.block_shape(i) + self.col.block_shape(i)
def block_indices(self, i): return (self.row.block_indices(i), self.col.block_indices(i)) @property def linear_row_indices(self): r, _ = self._linear_indices() return r @property def linear_col_indices(self): _, c = self._linear_indices() return c @property def linear_ranges(self): return self.blkranges
[docs] def get(self, queue=None): """Transfer data to the host. Only the initial given data is transfered, not the arrays returned by :meth:`linear_row_indices` and friends. :return: a copy of `self` in which all data lives on the host, i.e. all :class:`pyopencl.array.Array` instances are replaces by :class:`numpy.ndarray` instances. """ return MatrixBlockIndexRanges(self.cl_context, row=self.row.get(queue=queue), col=self.col.get(queue=queue))
[docs] def take(self, x, i): """Retrieve a block from a global matrix. :arg x: a 2D :class:`numpy.ndarray`. :arg i: block index. :return: requested block from the matrix. """ if isinstance(self.row.indices, cl.array.Array) or \ isinstance(self.col.indices, cl.array.Array): raise ValueError("CL `Array`s are not supported." "Use MatrixBlockIndexRanges.get() and then view into matrices.") irow, icol = self.block_indices(i) return x[np.ix_(irow, icol)]
[docs] def block_take(self, x, i): """Retrieve a block from a linear representation of the matrix blocks. A linear representation of the matrix blocks can be obtained, or should be consistent with .. code-block:: python i = index.linear_row_indices() j = index.linear_col_indices() linear_blks = global_mat[i, j] for k in range(index.nblocks): assert np.allclose(index.block_take(linear_blks, k), index.take(global_mat, k)) :arg x: a 1D :class:`numpy.ndarray`. :arg i: block index. :return: requested block, reshaped into a 2D array. """ iblk = np.s_[self.blkranges[i]:self.blkranges[i + 1]] return x[iblk].reshape(*self.block_shape(i))
@memoize_method def _linear_indices(self): """ :return: a tuple of `(rowindices, colindices)` that can be used to provide linear indexing into a set of matrix blocks. These index arrays are just the concatenated Cartesian products of all the block arrays described by :attr:`row` and :attr:`col`. They can be used to index directly into a matrix as follows: .. code-block:: python mat[rowindices[blkranges[i]:blkranges[i + 1]], colindices[blkranges[i]:blkranges[i + 1]]] The same block can be obtained more easily using .. code-block:: python index.view(mat, i).reshape(-1) """ @memoize_in(self, "block_index_knl") def _build_index(): loopy_knl = lp.make_kernel([ "{[irange]: 0 <= irange < nranges}", "{[itgt, isrc]: 0 <= itgt < ntgtblock and 0 <= isrc < nsrcblock}" ], """ for irange <> ntgtblock = tgtranges[irange + 1] - tgtranges[irange] <> nsrcblock = srcranges[irange + 1] - srcranges[irange] for itgt, isrc <> imat = blkranges[irange] + (nsrcblock * itgt + isrc) rowindices[imat] = tgtindices[tgtranges[irange] + itgt] \ {id_prefix=write_index} colindices[imat] = srcindices[srcranges[irange] + isrc] \ {id_prefix=write_index} end end """, [ lp.GlobalArg("blkranges", None, shape="nranges + 1"), lp.GlobalArg("rowindices", None, shape="nresults"), lp.GlobalArg("colindices", None, shape="nresults"), lp.ValueArg("nresults", None), "..." ], name="block_index_knl",, assumptions="nranges>=1", silenced_warnings="write_race(write_index*)", lang_version=MOST_RECENT_LANGUAGE_VERSION) loopy_knl = lp.split_iname(loopy_knl, "irange", 128, outer_tag="g.0") return loopy_knl with cl.CommandQueue(self.cl_context) as queue: _, (rowindices, colindices) = _build_index()(queue, tgtindices=self.row.indices, srcindices=self.col.indices, tgtranges=self.row.ranges, srcranges=self.col.ranges, blkranges=self.blkranges, nresults=_to_host(self.blkranges[-1], queue=queue)) return (rowindices.with_queue(None), colindices.with_queue(None))
# }}} # {{{ OrderedSet # Source: # Author: Raymond Hettinger # License: MIT try: from import MutableSet except ImportError: from collections import MutableSet class OrderedSet(MutableSet): def __init__(self, iterable=None): self.end = end = [] end += [None, end, end] # sentinel node for doubly linked list = {} # key --> [key, prev, next] if iterable is not None: self |= iterable def __len__(self): return len( def __contains__(self, key): return key in def add(self, key): if key not in end = self.end curr = end[1] curr[2] = end[1] =[key] = [key, curr, end] def discard(self, key): if key in key, prev, next = prev[2] = next next[1] = prev def __iter__(self): end = self.end curr = end[2] while curr is not end: yield curr[0] curr = curr[2] def __reversed__(self): end = self.end curr = end[1] while curr is not end: yield curr[0] curr = curr[1] def pop(self, last=True): if not self: raise KeyError("set is empty") key = self.end[1][0] if last else self.end[2][0] self.discard(key) return key def __repr__(self): if not self: return f"{self.__class__.__name__}()" return "{}({!r})".format(self.__class__.__name__, list(self)) def __eq__(self, other): if isinstance(other, OrderedSet): return len(self) == len(other) and list(self) == list(other) return set(self) == set(other) # }}} class KernelCacheWrapper: @memoize_method def get_cached_optimized_kernel(self, **kwargs): from sumpy import code_cache, CACHING_ENABLED, OPT_ENABLED if CACHING_ENABLED: import loopy.version from sumpy.version import KERNEL_VERSION cache_key = ( self.get_cache_key() + tuple(sorted(kwargs.items())) + (loopy.version.DATA_MODEL_VERSION,) + (KERNEL_VERSION,) + (OPT_ENABLED,)) try: result = code_cache[cache_key] logger.debug("{}: kernel cache hit [key={}]".format(, cache_key)) return result except KeyError: pass"%s: kernel cache miss" % if CACHING_ENABLED:"{}: kernel cache miss [key={}]".format(, cache_key)) from pytools import MinRecursionLimit with MinRecursionLimit(3000): if OPT_ENABLED: knl = self.get_optimized_kernel(**kwargs) else: knl = self.get_kernel() if CACHING_ENABLED: code_cache.store_if_not_present(cache_key, knl) return knl @staticmethod def _allow_redundant_execution_of_knl_scaling(knl): from loopy.match import ObjTagged from import ScalingAssignmentTag return lp.add_inames_for_unused_hw_axes( knl, within=ObjTagged(ScalingAssignmentTag())) def my_syntactic_subs(expr, subst_dict): # Workaround for differing substitution semantics between sympy and symengine. # FIXME: This is a hack. from sumpy.symbolic import Basic, Subs, Derivative if not isinstance(expr, Basic): return expr elif expr.is_Symbol: return subst_dict.get(expr, expr) elif isinstance(expr, Subs): new_point = tuple(my_syntactic_subs(p, subst_dict) for p in expr.point) new_subst_dict = { var: subs for var, subs in subst_dict.items() if var not in expr.variables} new_expr = my_syntactic_subs(expr.expr, new_subst_dict) if new_point != expr.point or new_expr != expr.expr: return Subs(new_expr, expr.variables, new_point) return expr elif isinstance(expr, Derivative): new_expr = my_syntactic_subs(expr.expr, subst_dict) new_variables = my_syntactic_subs(expr.variables, subst_dict) if new_expr != expr.expr or any(new_var != var for new_var, var in zip(new_variables, expr.variables)): return Derivative(new_expr, *new_variables) return expr else: new_args = tuple(my_syntactic_subs(arg, subst_dict) for arg in expr.args) if any(new_arg != arg for arg, new_arg in zip(expr.args, new_args)): return expr.func(*new_args) return expr def is_obj_array_like(ary): return ( isinstance(ary, (tuple, list)) or (isinstance(ary, np.ndarray) and ary.dtype.char == "O")) def reduced_row_echelon_form(m): """Calculates a reduced row echelon form of a matrix `m`. :arg m: a 2D :class:`numpy.ndarray` or a list of lists or a sympy Matrix :return: reduced row echelon form as a 2D :class:`numpy.ndarray` and a list of pivots """ mat = np.array(m, dtype=object) index = 0 nrows = mat.shape[0] ncols = mat.shape[1] pivot_cols = [] for i in range(ncols): if index == nrows: break pivot = nrows for k in range(index, nrows): if mat[k, i] != 0 and pivot == nrows: pivot = k if abs(mat[k, i]) == 1: pivot = k break if pivot == nrows: continue if pivot != index: mat[[pivot, index], :] = mat[[index, pivot], :] pivot_cols.append(i) scale = mat[index, i] if isinstance(scale, (int, sym.Integer)): scale = int(scale) for j in range(mat.shape[1]): elem = mat[index, j] if isinstance(scale, int) and isinstance(elem, (int, sym.Integer)): quo = int(elem) // scale if quo * scale == elem: mat[index, j] = quo continue mat[index, j] = sym.sympify(elem)/scale for j in range(nrows): if (j == index): continue scale = mat[j, i] if scale != 0: mat[j, :] = mat[j, :] - mat[index, :]*scale index = index + 1 return mat, pivot_cols def nullspace(m): """Calculates the nullspace of a matrix `m`. :arg m: a 2D :class:`numpy.ndarray` or a list of lists or a sympy Matrix :return: nullspace of `m` as a 2D :class:`numpy.ndarray` """ mat, pivot_cols = reduced_row_echelon_form(m) pivot_cols = list(pivot_cols) cols = mat.shape[1] free_vars = [i for i in range(cols) if i not in pivot_cols] n = [] for free_var in free_vars: vec = [0]*cols vec[free_var] = 1 for piv_row, piv_col in enumerate(pivot_cols): for pos in pivot_cols[piv_row+1:] + [free_var]: if isinstance(mat[piv_row, pos], sym.Integer): vec[piv_col] -= int(mat[piv_row, pos]) else: vec[piv_col] -= mat[piv_row, pos] n.append(vec) return np.array(n, dtype=object).T def find_linear_relationship(matrix): """ This method does elementary row operations to figure out the first row which is linearly dependent on the previous rows. Partial pivoting is not done to find the row with the lowest degree. """ ncols = matrix.shape[1] nrows = min(matrix.shape[0], ncols+1) augment = np.eye(nrows, nrows, dtype=matrix.dtype) mat = np.hstack((matrix[:nrows, :], augment)) for i in range(nrows): for j in range(ncols): if mat[i, j] != 0: col = j break else: pde_dict = {} for col in range(ncols, ncols+nrows): if mat[i, col] != 0: pde_dict[col-ncols] = mat[i, col] return pde_dict for j in range(i+1, nrows): mat[j, :] = mat[j, :]*mat[i, col] - mat[i, :]*mat[j, col] return {} # vim: fdm=marker