Source code for pyro.optim.optim

from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function

import cloudpickle

import pyro
from pyro.params import module_from_param_with_module_name, user_param_name

[docs]class PyroOptim(object): """ A wrapper for torch.optim.Optimizer objects that helps managing with dynamically generated parameters :param optim_constructor: a torch.optim.Optimizer :param optim_args: a dictionary of learning arguments for the optimizer or a callable that returns such dictionaries """ def __init__(self, optim_constructor, optim_args): self.pt_optim_constructor = optim_constructor # must be callable or dict assert callable(optim_args) or isinstance( optim_args, dict), "optim_args must be function that returns defaults or a defaults dictionary" # hold our args to be called/used self.pt_optim_args = optim_args # holds the torch optimizer objects self.optim_objs = {} # any optimizer state that's waiting to be consumed (because that parameter hasn't been seen before) self._state_waiting_to_be_consumed = {} def __call__(self, params, *args, **kwargs): """ :param params: a list of parameters :type params: an iterable of strings Do an optimization step for each param in params. If a given param has never been seen before, initialize an optimizer for it. """ for p in params: # if we have not seen this param before, we instantiate and optim object to deal with it if p not in self.optim_objs: # get our constructor arguments def_optim_dict = self._get_optim_args(p) # create a single optim object for that param self.optim_objs[p] = self.pt_optim_constructor([p], **def_optim_dict) # set state from _state_waiting_to_be_consumed if present param_name = pyro.get_param_store().param_name(p) if param_name in self._state_waiting_to_be_consumed: state = self._state_waiting_to_be_consumed.pop(param_name) self.optim_objs[p].load_state_dict(state) # actually perform the step for the optim object self.optim_objs[p].step(*args, **kwargs)
[docs] def get_state(self): """ Get state associated with all the optimizers in the form of a dictionary with key-value pairs (parameter name, optim state dicts) """ state_dict = {} for param in self.optim_objs: param_name = pyro.get_param_store().param_name(param) state_dict[param_name] = self.optim_objs[param].state_dict() return state_dict
[docs] def set_state(self, state_dict): """ Set the state associated with all the optimizers using the state obtained from a previous call to get_state() """ self._state_waiting_to_be_consumed = state_dict
[docs] def save(self, filename): """ :param filename: file name to save to :type name: str Save optimizer state to disk """ with open(filename, "wb") as output_file: output_file.write(cloudpickle.dumps(self.get_state()))
[docs] def load(self, filename): """ :param filename: file name to load from :type name: str Load optimizer state from disk """ with open(filename, "rb") as input_file: state = cloudpickle.loads( self.set_state(state)
# helper to fetch the optim args if callable (only used internally) def _get_optim_args(self, param): # if we were passed a fct, we call fct with param info # arguments are (module name, param name, tags) e.g. ('mymodule', 'bias', 'baseline') if callable(self.pt_optim_args): # get param name param_name = pyro.get_param_store().param_name(param) module_name = module_from_param_with_module_name(param_name) stripped_param_name = user_param_name(param_name) # get tags tags = pyro.get_param_store().get_param_tags(param_name) # invoke the user-provided callable opt_dict = self.pt_optim_args(module_name, stripped_param_name, tags) # must be dictionary assert isinstance(opt_dict, dict), "per-param optim arg must return defaults dictionary" return opt_dict else: return self.pt_optim_args