Source code for stonesoup.types.array

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
from import Sequence

import numpy as np

[docs]class Matrix(np.ndarray): """Matrix wrapper for :class:`numpy.ndarray` This class returns a view to a :class:`numpy.ndarray` It's called same as to :func:`numpy.asarray`. """ def __new__(cls, *args, **kwargs): array = np.asarray(*args, **kwargs) return array.view(cls) def __array_wrap__(self, array): return self._cast(array) @classmethod def _cast(cls, val): # This tries to cast the result as either a StateVector or Matrix type if applicable. if isinstance(val, np.ndarray): if val.ndim == 2 and val.shape[1] == 1: return val.view(StateVector) else: return val.view(Matrix) else: return val def __array_ufunc__(self, ufunc, method, *inputs, **kwargs): if ufunc in (np.isfinite, np.matmul): # Custom types break here, so simply convert to floats. inputs = [np.asfarray(input_) if isinstance(input_, Matrix) else input_ for input_ in inputs] else: # Change to standard ndarray inputs = [np.asarray(input_) if isinstance(input_, Matrix) else input_ for input_ in inputs] if 'out' in kwargs: kwargs['out'] = tuple(np.asarray(out) if isinstance(out, Matrix) else out for out in kwargs['out']) result = super().__array_ufunc__(ufunc, method, *inputs, **kwargs) if result is NotImplemented: return NotImplemented else: return self._cast(result)
[docs]class StateVector(Matrix): r"""State vector wrapper for :class:`numpy.ndarray` This class returns a view to a :class:`numpy.ndarray`, but ensures that its initialised as an :math:`N \times 1` vector. It's called same as :func:`numpy.asarray`. The StateVector will attempt to convert the data given to a :math:`N \times 1` vector if it can easily be done. E.g., ``StateVector([1., 2., 3.])``, ``StateVector ([[1., 2., 3.,]])``, and ``StateVector([[1.], [2.], [3.]])`` will all return the same 3x1 StateVector. It also overrides the behaviour of indexing such that my_state_vector[1] returns the second element (as `int`, `float` etc), rather than a StateVector of size (1, 1) as would be the case without this override. Behaviour of indexing with lists, slices or other indexing is unaffected (as you would expect those to return StateVectors). This override avoids the need for client to specifically index with zero as the second element (`my_state_vector[1, 0]`) to get a native numeric type. Iterating through the StateVector returns a sequence of numbers, rather than a sequence of 1x1 StateVectors. This makes the class behave as would be expected and avoids 'gotchas'. Note that code using the pattern `my_state_vector[1, 0]` will continue to work. When slicing would result in return of a invalid shape for a StateVector (i.e. not `(n, 1)`) then a :class:`~.Matrix` view will be returned. .. note :: It is not recommended to use a StateVector for indexing another vector. Doing so will lead to unexpected effects. Use a :class:`tuple`, :class:`list` or :class:`np.ndarray` for this. """ def __new__(cls, *args, **kwargs): array = np.asarray(*args, **kwargs) # For convenience handle shapes that can be easily converted in a # Nx1 shape if array.ndim == 1: array = array.reshape((array.shape[0], 1)) elif array.ndim == 2 and array.shape[0] == 1: array = array.T if not (array.ndim == 2 and array.shape[1] == 1): raise ValueError( "state vector shape should be Nx1 dimensions: got {}".format( array.shape)) return array.view(cls) def __getitem__(self, item): # If item has two elements, it is a tuple and should be left alone. # If item is a slice object, or an ndarray, we would expect a StateVector returned, # so leave it alone. # If item is an int, we would expected a number returned, so we should append 0 to the # item and extract the first (and only) column # Note that an ndarray of ints is an instance of int # i.e. isinstance(np.array([1]), int) == True if isinstance(item, int): item = (item, 0) # Cast here, so StateVector isn't returned with invalid shape (e.g. (n, )) return self._cast(super().__getitem__(item)) def __setitem__(self, key, value): if isinstance(key, int): key = (key, 0) return super().__setitem__(key, value)
[docs] def flatten(self, *args, **kwargs): return self._cast(super().flatten(*args, **kwargs))
[docs] def ravel(self, *args, **kwargs): return self._cast(super().ravel(*args, **kwargs))
[docs]class StateVectors(Matrix): """Wrapper for :class:`numpy.ndarray for multiple State Vectors` This class returns a view to a :class:`numpy.ndarray` that is in shape (num_dimensions, num_components), customising some numpy functions to ensure custom types are handled correctly. This can be initialised by a sequence type (list, tuple; not array) that contains :class:`StateVector`, otherwise it's called same as :func:`numpy.asarray`. """ def __new__(cls, states, *args, **kwargs): if isinstance(states, Sequence) and not isinstance(states, np.ndarray): if isinstance(states[0], StateVector): return np.hstack(states).view(cls) array = np.asarray(states, *args, **kwargs) if array.shape[1] == 1: return array.view(StateVector) return array.view(cls) @classmethod def _cast(cls, val): out = super()._cast(val) if type(out) == Matrix: # Assume still set of State Vectors return out.view(StateVectors) else: return out def __array_function__(self, func, types, args, kwargs): if func is np.average: return self._average(*args, **kwargs) elif func is np.mean: return self._mean(*args, **kwargs) elif func is np.cov: return self._cov(*args, **kwargs) else: return super().__array_function__(func, types, args, kwargs) @staticmethod def _mean(state_vectors, axis=None, dtype=None, out=None, keepdims=np._NoValue): if state_vectors.dtype != np.object_: # Can just use standard numpy mean if not using custom objects return np.mean(axis, dtype, out, keepdims) elif axis == 1 and out is None: state_vector = np.average(state_vectors, axis) if dtype: return state_vector.astype(dtype) else: return state_vector else: return NotImplemented @staticmethod def _average(state_vectors, axis=None, weights=None, returned=False): if state_vectors.dtype != np.object_: # Can just use standard numpy averaging if not using custom objects state_vector = np.average(np.asarray(state_vectors), axis=axis, weights=weights) # Convert type as may have type of weights state_vector = StateVector(state_vector.astype(np.float_, copy=False)) elif axis == 1: # Need to handle special cases of averaging potentially state_vector = StateVector( np.empty((state_vectors.shape[0], 1), dtype=state_vectors.dtype)) for dim, row in enumerate(state_vectors): type_ = type(row[0]) # Assume all the same type if hasattr(type_, 'average'): # Check if type has custom average method state_vector[dim, 0] = type_.average(row, weights=weights) else: # Else use numpy built in, converting to float array state_vector[dim, 0] = type_(np.average(np.asfarray(row), weights=weights)) else: return NotImplemented if returned: return state_vector, np.sum(weights) else: return state_vector @staticmethod def _cov(state_vectors, y=None, rowvar=True, bias=False, ddof=None, fweights=None, aweights=None): if state_vectors.dtype != np.object_: # Can just use standard numpy averaging if not using custom objects cov = np.cov(np.asarray(state_vectors), y, rowvar, bias, ddof, fweights, aweights) elif y is None and rowvar and not bias and ddof == 0 and fweights is None: # Only really handle simple usage here avg, w_sum = np.average(state_vectors, axis=1, weights=aweights, returned=True) X = np.asfarray(state_vectors - avg) if aweights is None: X_T = X.T else: X_T = (X*np.asfarray(aweights)).T cov = X @ X_T.conj() cov *= np.true_divide(1, float(w_sum)) else: return NotImplemented return CovarianceMatrix(np.atleast_2d(cov))
[docs]class CovarianceMatrix(Matrix): """Covariance matrix wrapper for :class:`numpy.ndarray`. This class returns a view to a :class:`numpy.ndarray`, but ensures that its initialised at a *NxN* matrix. It's called similar to :func:`numpy.asarray`. """ def __new__(cls, *args, **kwargs): array = np.asarray(*args, **kwargs) if not array.ndim == 2: raise ValueError("Covariance should have ndim of 2: got {}" "".format(array.ndim)) return array.view(cls)