Source code for pyro.contrib.gp.util

from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function

import torch

from pyro.infer import TraceMeanField_ELBO
from pyro.infer.util import torch_backward, torch_item


[docs]def conditional(Xnew, X, kernel, f_loc, f_scale_tril=None, Lff=None, full_cov=False, whiten=False, jitter=1e-6): r""" Given :math:`X_{new}`, predicts loc and covariance matrix of the conditional multivariate normal distribution .. math:: p(f^*(X_{new}) \mid X, k, f_{loc}, f_{scale\_tril}). Here ``f_loc`` and ``f_scale_tril`` are variation parameters of the variational distribution .. math:: q(f \mid f_{loc}, f_{scale\_tril}) \sim p(f | X, y), where :math:`f` is the function value of the Gaussian Process given input :math:`X` .. math:: p(f(X)) \sim \mathcal{N}(0, k(X, X)) and :math:`y` is computed from :math:`f` by some likelihood function :math:`p(y|f)`. In case ``f_scale_tril=None``, we consider :math:`f = f_{loc}` and computes .. math:: p(f^*(X_{new}) \mid X, k, f). In case ``f_scale_tril`` is not ``None``, we follow the derivation from reference [1]. For the case ``f_scale_tril=None``, we follow the popular reference [2]. References: [1] `Sparse GPs: approximate the posterior, not the model <https://www.prowler.io/sparse-gps-approximate-the-posterior-not-the-model/>`_ [2] `Gaussian Processes for Machine Learning`, Carl E. Rasmussen, Christopher K. I. Williams :param torch.Tensor Xnew: A new input data. :param torch.Tensor X: An input data to be conditioned on. :param ~pyro.contrib.gp.kernels.kernel.Kernel kernel: A Pyro kernel object. :param torch.Tensor f_loc: Mean of :math:`q(f)`. In case ``f_scale_tril=None``, :math:`f_{loc} = f`. :param torch.Tensor f_scale_tril: Lower triangular decomposition of covariance matrix of :math:`q(f)`'s . :param torch.Tensor Lff: Lower triangular decomposition of :math:`kernel(X, X)` (optional). :param bool full_cov: A flag to decide if we want to return full covariance matrix or just variance. :param bool whiten: A flag to tell if ``f_loc`` and ``f_scale_tril`` are already transformed by the inverse of ``Lff``. :param float jitter: A small positive term which is added into the diagonal part of a covariance matrix to help stablize its Cholesky decomposition. :returns: loc and covariance matrix (or variance) of :math:`p(f^*(X_{new}))` :rtype: tuple(torch.Tensor, torch.Tensor) """ # p(f* | Xnew, X, kernel, f_loc, f_scale_tril) ~ N(f* | loc, cov) # Kff = Lff @ Lff.T # v = inv(Lff) @ f_loc <- whitened f_loc # S = inv(Lff) @ f_scale_tril <- whitened f_scale_tril # Denote: # W = (inv(Lff) @ Kf*).T # K = W @ S @ S.T @ W.T # Q** = K*f @ inv(Kff) @ Kf* = W @ W.T # loc = K*f @ inv(Kff) @ f_loc = W @ v # Case 1: f_scale_tril = None # cov = K** - K*f @ inv(Kff) @ Kf* = K** - Q** # Case 2: f_scale_tril != None # cov = K** - Q** + K*f @ inv(Kff) @ f_cov @ inv(Kff) @ Kf* # = K** - Q** + W @ S @ S.T @ W.T # = K** - Q** + K N = X.size(0) M = Xnew.size(0) latent_shape = f_loc.shape[:-1] if Lff is None: Kff = kernel(X).contiguous() Kff.view(-1)[::N + 1] += jitter # add jitter to diagonal Lff = Kff.cholesky() Kfs = kernel(X, Xnew) # convert f_loc_shape from latent_shape x N to N x latent_shape f_loc = f_loc.permute(-1, *range(len(latent_shape))) # convert f_loc to 2D tensor for packing f_loc_2D = f_loc.reshape(N, -1) if f_scale_tril is not None: # convert f_scale_tril_shape from latent_shape x N x N to N x N x latent_shape f_scale_tril = f_scale_tril.permute(-2, -1, *range(len(latent_shape))) # convert f_scale_tril to 2D tensor for packing f_scale_tril_2D = f_scale_tril.reshape(N, -1) if whiten: v_2D = f_loc_2D W = Kfs.triangular_solve(Lff, upper=False)[0].t() if f_scale_tril is not None: S_2D = f_scale_tril_2D else: pack = torch.cat((f_loc_2D, Kfs), dim=1) if f_scale_tril is not None: pack = torch.cat((pack, f_scale_tril_2D), dim=1) Lffinv_pack = pack.triangular_solve(Lff, upper=False)[0] # unpack v_2D = Lffinv_pack[:, :f_loc_2D.size(1)] W = Lffinv_pack[:, f_loc_2D.size(1):f_loc_2D.size(1) + M].t() if f_scale_tril is not None: S_2D = Lffinv_pack[:, -f_scale_tril_2D.size(1):] loc_shape = latent_shape + (M,) loc = W.matmul(v_2D).t().reshape(loc_shape) if full_cov: Kss = kernel(Xnew) Qss = W.matmul(W.t()) cov = Kss - Qss else: Kssdiag = kernel(Xnew, diag=True) Qssdiag = W.pow(2).sum(dim=-1) var = Kssdiag - Qssdiag if f_scale_tril is not None: W_S_shape = (Xnew.size(0),) + f_scale_tril.shape[1:] W_S = W.matmul(S_2D).reshape(W_S_shape) # convert W_S_shape from M x N x latent_shape to latent_shape x M x N W_S = W_S.permute(list(range(2, W_S.dim())) + [0, 1]) if full_cov: St_Wt = W_S.transpose(-2, -1) K = W_S.matmul(St_Wt) cov = cov + K else: Kdiag = W_S.pow(2).sum(dim=-1) var = var + Kdiag else: if full_cov: cov = cov.expand(latent_shape + (M, M)) else: var = var.expand(latent_shape + (M,)) return (loc, cov) if full_cov else (loc, var)
[docs]def train(gpmodule, optimizer=None, loss_fn=None, retain_graph=None, num_steps=1000): """ A helper to optimize parameters for a GP module. :param ~pyro.contrib.gp.models.GPModel gpmodule: A GP module. :param ~torch.optim.Optimizer optimizer: A PyTorch optimizer instance. By default, we use Adam with ``lr=0.01``. :param callable loss_fn: A loss function which takes inputs are ``gpmodule.model``, ``gpmodule.guide``, and returns ELBO loss. By default, ``loss_fn=TraceMeanField_ELBO().differentiable_loss``. :param bool retain_graph: An optional flag of ``torch.autograd.backward``. :param int num_steps: Number of steps to run SVI. :returns: a list of losses during the training procedure :rtype: list """ optimizer = (torch.optim.Adam(gpmodule.parameters(), lr=0.01) if optimizer is None else optimizer) # TODO: add support for JIT loss loss_fn = TraceMeanField_ELBO().differentiable_loss if loss_fn is None else loss_fn def closure(): optimizer.zero_grad() loss = loss_fn(gpmodule.model, gpmodule.guide) torch_backward(loss, retain_graph) return loss losses = [] for i in range(num_steps): loss = optimizer.step(closure) losses.append(torch_item(loss)) return losses