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r3201 | jwatson | 2010-10-29 13:18:17 -0600 (Fri, 29 Oct 2010) | 3 lines


Inverting order of .dat files in PySP when loading from a node representation - now root-to-leaf, instead of leaf-to-root. This allows for deeper-in-the-tree nodes to over-write parameter values defined higher in the tree, which is a more "expected" behavior than the converse. The real answer is to throw an exception if a parameter is re-defined, but we're not there yet.

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r3217 | jwatson | 2010-11-05 11:29:42 -0600 (Fri, 05 Nov 2010) | 3 lines


Various updates to support heteogeneous index sets in PH for different nodes in the scenario tree - more work / testing remains.

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r3218 | jwatson | 2010-11-05 12:35:51 -0600 (Fri, 05 Nov 2010) | 3 lines


More changes associated with generalizing the PySP index structures from per-stage to per-node.

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r3220 | jwatson | 2010-11-05 20:28:29 -0600 (Fri, 05 Nov 2010) | 3 lines


Various fixes to the WW PH extension, bringing it in compliance to previous commit changes.

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r3221 | jwatson | 2010-11-05 20:43:40 -0600 (Fri, 05 Nov 2010) | 1 line


Removing some older PySP test problems from the repository

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r3222 | jwatson | 2010-11-05 20:55:15 -0600 (Fri, 05 Nov 2010) | 1 line


Moving PySP forestry example to local sandbox, to streamline distribution.

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r3261 | jwatson | 2010-11-29 15:26:46 -0700 (Mon, 29 Nov 2010) | 9 lines


Adding two options to the runef and runph pysp scripts, to facilitate scenario downsampling - the case where you have a big tree, but you don't want to use it all.


The options are:
--scenario-tree-downsample-fraction=X
--scenario-tree-random-seed


The options are fairly self-explanatory - the only possible nuance is that the downsample fraction is the fraction of scenarios retained.

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r3263 | jwatson | 2010-12-01 10:47:21 -0700 (Wed, 01 Dec 2010) | 3 lines


Corrected issue with cvar generation introduced a while back.

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r3264 | jwatson | 2010-12-01 11:16:01 -0700 (Wed, 01 Dec 2010) | 3 lines


Adding PySP extensive form tests.

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r3265 | wehart | 2010-12-01 13:19:56 -0700 (Wed, 01 Dec 2010) | 2 lines


Auxmenting the filter

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r3266 | wehart | 2010-12-01 13:58:59 -0700 (Wed, 01 Dec 2010) | 2 lines


Adding further diagnostics to the filter.

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r3267 | wehart | 2010-12-01 14:12:15 -0700 (Wed, 01 Dec 2010) | 2 lines


Another attempt to fix this filter...

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r3271 | wehart | 2010-12-01 15:51:23 -0700 (Wed, 01 Dec 2010) | 4 lines


Simplifying filter.


The error was really a Python 2.5 portability issue in EF. :(

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r3275 | jwatson | 2010-12-02 19:35:52 -0700 (Thu, 02 Dec 2010) | 3 lines


Fixing Python 2.5-related issue with string.translate in phutils.py - using None as the translation table is not allowed in Python 2.5.

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1#  _________________________________________________________________________
2#
3#  Coopr: A COmmon Optimization Python Repository
4#  Copyright (c) 2010 Sandia Corporation.
5#  This software is distributed under the BSD License.
6#  Under the terms of Contract DE-AC04-94AL85000 with Sandia Corporation,
7#  the U.S. Government retains certain rights in this software.
8#  For more information, see the Coopr README.txt file.
9#  _________________________________________________________________________
10
11# this module contains various utilities for creating PH weighted penalty
12# objectives, e.g., through quadratic or linearized penalty terms.
13
14from math import fabs, log, exp
15from coopr.pyomo import *
16from phutils import indexToString
17
18# IMPT: In general, the breakpoint computation codes can return a 2-list even if the lb equals
19#       the ub. This case happens quite often in real models (although typically lb=xvag=ub).
20#       See the code for constructing the pieces on how this case is handled in the linearization.
21
22#
23# routine to compute linearization breakpoints uniformly between the bounds and the mean.
24#
25
26def compute_uniform_breakpoints(lb, node_min, xavg, node_max, ub, num_breakpoints_per_side, tolerance):
27
28   breakpoints = []
29
30   # add the lower bound - the first breakpoint.
31   breakpoints.append(lb)
32
33   # determine the breakpoints to the left of the mean.
34   left_step = (xavg - lb) / num_breakpoints_per_side
35   current_x = lb
36   for i in range(1,num_breakpoints_per_side+1):
37      this_lb = current_x
38      this_ub = current_x+left_step
39      if (fabs(this_lb-lb) > tolerance) and (fabs(this_lb-xavg) > tolerance):
40         breakpoints.append(this_lb)
41      current_x += left_step
42
43   # add the mean - it's always a breakpoint. unless!
44   # the lb or ub and the avg are the same.
45   if (fabs(lb-xavg) > tolerance) and (fabs(ub-xavg) > tolerance):
46      breakpoints.append(xavg)
47
48   # determine the breakpoints to the right of the mean.
49   right_step = (ub - xavg) / num_breakpoints_per_side
50   current_x = xavg
51   for i in range(1,num_breakpoints_per_side+1):
52      this_lb = current_x
53      this_ub = current_x+right_step
54      if (fabs(this_ub-xavg) > tolerance) and (fabs(this_ub-ub) > tolerance):
55         breakpoints.append(this_ub)
56      current_x += right_step
57
58   # add the upper bound - the last breakpoint.
59   # the upper bound should always be different than the lower bound (I say with some
60   # hesitation - it really depends on what plugins are doing to modify the bounds dynamically).
61   breakpoints.append(ub)
62
63   return breakpoints
64
65#
66# routine to compute linearization breakpoints uniformly between the current node min/max bounds.
67#
68
69def compute_uniform_between_nodestat_breakpoints(lb, node_min, xavg, node_max, ub, num_breakpoints, tolerance):
70
71   breakpoints = []
72
73   # add the lower bound - the first breakpoint.
74   breakpoints.append(lb)
75
76   # add the node-min - the second breakpoint. but only if it is different than the lower bound and the mean.
77   if (fabs(node_min-lb) > tolerance) and (fabs(node_min-xavg) > tolerance):
78      breakpoints.append(node_min)
79
80   step = (node_max - node_min) / num_breakpoints
81   current_x = node_min
82   for i in range(1,num_breakpoints+1):
83      this_lb = current_x
84      this_ub = current_x+step
85      if (fabs(this_lb-node_min) > tolerance) and (fabs(this_lb-node_max) > tolerance) and (fabs(this_lb-xavg) > tolerance):
86         breakpoints.append(this_lb)
87      current_x += step
88
89   # add the node-max - the second-to-last breakpoint. but only if it is different than the upper bound and the mean.
90   if (fabs(node_max-ub) > tolerance) and (fabs(node_max-xavg) > tolerance):
91      breakpoints.append(node_max)
92
93   # add the upper bound - the last breakpoint.
94   breakpoints.append(ub)
95
96   # add the mean - it's always a breakpoint. unless! -
97   # it happens to be equal to (within tolerance) the lower or upper bounds.
98   # sort to insert it in the correct place.
99   if (fabs(xavg - lb) > tolerance) and (fabs(xavg - ub) > tolerance):
100      breakpoints.append(xavg)
101   breakpoints.sort()
102
103   return breakpoints
104
105#
106# routine to compute linearization breakpoints using "Woodruff" relaxation of the compute_uniform_between_nodestat_breakpoints.
107#
108
109def compute_uniform_between_woodruff_breakpoints(lb, node_min, xavg, node_max, ub, num_breakpoints, tolerance):
110
111   breakpoints = []
112
113   # add the lower bound - the first breakpoint.
114   breakpoints.append(lb)
115
116   # be either three "differences" from the mean, or else "halfway to the bound", whichever is closer to the mean.
117   left = max(xavg - 3.0 * (xavg - node_min), xavg - 0.5 * (xavg - lb))
118   right = min(xavg + 3.0 * (node_max - xavg), xavg + 0.5 * (ub - xavg))
119
120   # add the left bound - the second breakpoint. but only if it is different than the lower bound and the mean.
121   if (fabs(left-lb) > tolerance) and (fabs(left-xavg) > tolerance):
122      breakpoints.append(left)
123
124   step = (right - left) / num_breakpoints
125   current_x = left
126   for i in range(1,num_breakpoints+1):
127      this_lb = current_x
128      this_ub = current_x+step
129      if (fabs(this_lb-left) > tolerance) and (fabs(this_lb-right) > tolerance) and (fabs(this_lb-xavg) > tolerance):
130         breakpoints.append(this_lb)
131      current_x += step
132
133   # add the right bound - the second-to-last breakpoint. but only if it is different than the upper bound and the mean.
134   if (fabs(right-ub) > tolerance) and (fabs(right-xavg) > tolerance):
135      breakpoints.append(right)
136
137   # add the upper bound - the last breakpoint.
138   breakpoints.append(ub)
139
140   # add the mean - it's always a breakpoint.
141   # sort to insert it in the correct place.
142   breakpoints.append(xavg)
143   breakpoints.sort()
144
145   return breakpoints
146
147#
148# routine to compute linearization breakpoints based on an exponential distribution from the mean in each direction.
149#
150
151def compute_exponential_from_mean_breakpoints(lb, node_min, xavg, node_max, ub, num_breakpoints_per_side, tolerance):
152
153   breakpoints = []
154
155   # add the lower bound - the first breakpoint.
156   breakpoints.append(lb)
157
158   # determine the breakpoints to the left of the mean.
159   left_delta = xavg - lb
160   base = exp(log(left_delta) / num_breakpoints_per_side)
161   current_offset = base
162   for i in range(1,num_breakpoints_per_side+1):
163      current_x = xavg - current_offset
164      if (fabs(current_x-lb) > tolerance) and (fabs(current_x-xavg) > tolerance):
165         breakpoints.append(current_x)
166      current_offset *= base
167
168   # add the mean - it's always a breakpoint.
169   breakpoints.append(xavg)
170
171   # determine the breakpoints to the right of the mean.
172   right_delta = ub - xavg
173   base = exp(log(right_delta) / num_breakpoints_per_side)
174   current_offset = base
175   for i in range(1,num_breakpoints_per_side+1):
176      current_x = xavg + current_offset
177      if (fabs(current_x-xavg) > tolerance) and (fabs(current_x-ub) > tolerance):
178         breakpoints.append(current_x)
179      current_offset *= base
180
181   # add the upper bound - the last breakpoint.
182   breakpoints.append(ub)
183
184   return breakpoints
185
186#
187# a utility to create piece-wise linear constraint expressions for a given variable, for
188# use in constructing the augmented (penalized) PH objective. lb and ub are the bounds
189# on this piece, variable is the actual instance variable, and average is the instance
190# parameter specifying the average of this variable across instances sharing passing
191# through a common tree node. lb and ub are floats.
192# IMPT: There are cases where lb=ub, in which case the slope is 0 and the intercept
193#       is simply the penalty at the lower(or upper) bound.
194#
195
196def create_piecewise_constraint_expression(lb, ub, instance_variable, variable_average, quad_variable, tolerance):
197
198   penalty_at_lb = (lb - value(variable_average)) * (lb - value(variable_average))
199   penalty_at_ub = (ub - value(variable_average)) * (ub - value(variable_average))
200   slope = None
201   if fabs(ub-lb) > tolerance:
202      slope = (penalty_at_ub - penalty_at_lb) / (ub - lb)
203   else:
204      slope = 0.0
205   intercept = penalty_at_lb - slope * lb
206   expression = (0.0, quad_variable - slope * instance_variable - intercept, None)
207
208   return expression
209
210#
211# form the baseline objective. really just a wrapper around a clone
212# operation at this point.
213#
214
215def form_standard_objective(instance_name, instance, original_objective_expression, scenario_tree):
216
217   objective_name = instance.active_components(Objective).keys()[0]
218   objective = instance.active_components(Objective)[objective_name]
219   # clone the objective, because we're going to augment (repeatedly) the original objective.
220   objective_expression = original_objective_expression.clone()
221   objective_expression.simplify(instance)
222   instance.active_components(Objective)[objective_name]._data[None].expr = objective_expression
223   instance.active_components(Objective)[objective_name]._quad_subexpr = None
224
225#
226# form the penalized PH objective, guided by various options.
227# returns the list of components added to the instance, e.g.,
228# in the case of constraints required to implement linearization.
229#
230
231def form_ph_objective(instance_name, instance, original_objective_expression, scenario_tree, \
232                      linearize_nonbinary_penalty_terms, drop_proximal_terms, \
233                      retain_quadratic_binary_terms, breakpoint_strategy, \
234                      tolerance, simplify_expressions):
235
236   new_instance_attributes = []
237
238   objective_name = instance.active_components(Objective).keys()[0]
239   objective = instance.active_components(Objective)[objective_name]
240   # clone the objective, because we're going to augment (repeatedly) the original objective.
241   objective_expression = original_objective_expression.clone()
242   # the quadratic expression is really treated as just a list - eventually should be treated as a full expression.
243   quad_expression = 0.0
244
245#   print "ORIGINAL OBJECTIVE EXPRESSION:"
246#   original_objective_expression.pprint()
247
248#   print "CLONED OBJECTIVE EXPRESSION:"
249#   objective_expression.pprint()
250
251#   foobar
252
253   # for each blended variable (i.e., those not appearing in the final stage),
254   # add the linear and quadratic penalty terms to the objective.
255
256   for stage in scenario_tree._stages[:-1]: # skip the last stage, as no blending occurs
257
258      variable_tree_node = None
259      for node in stage._tree_nodes:
260         for scenario in node._scenarios:
261            if scenario._name == instance_name:
262               variable_tree_node = node
263               break
264
265      for (reference_variable, index_template) in stage._variables:
266
267         variable_name = reference_variable.name
268         variable_type = reference_variable.domain
269
270         w_parameter_name = "PHWEIGHT_"+variable_name
271         w_parameter = instance.active_components(Param)[w_parameter_name]
272
273         average_parameter_name = "PHAVG_"+variable_name
274         average_parameter = instance.active_components(Param)[average_parameter_name]
275
276         rho_parameter_name = "PHRHO_"+variable_name
277         rho_parameter = instance.active_components(Param)[rho_parameter_name]
278
279         blend_parameter_name = "PHBLEND_"+variable_name
280         blend_parameter = instance.active_components(Param)[blend_parameter_name]
281
282         node_min_parameter = variable_tree_node._minimums[variable_name]
283         node_max_parameter = variable_tree_node._maximums[variable_name]
284
285         quad_penalty_term_variable = None
286         if linearize_nonbinary_penalty_terms > 0:
287            quad_penalty_term_variable_name = "PHQUADPENALTY_"+variable_name
288            quad_penalty_term_variable = instance.active_components(Var)[quad_penalty_term_variable_name]
289
290         instance_variable = instance.active_components(Var)[variable_name]
291
292         variable_indices = variable_tree_node._variable_indices[variable_name]
293
294         for index in variable_indices:
295
296            if (instance_variable[index].status is not VarStatus.unused) and (instance_variable[index].fixed is False):
297
298               # add the linear (w-weighted) term is a consistent fashion, independent of variable type.
299               # if maximizing, here is where you would want "-=" - however, if you do this, the collect/simplify process chokes for reasons currently unknown.
300               objective_expression += (value(w_parameter[index]) * instance_variable[index])
301
302               # there are some cases in which a user may want to avoid the proximal term completely.
303               # it's of course only a good idea when there are at least bounds (both lb and ub) on
304               # the variables to be blended.
305               if drop_proximal_terms is False:
306
307                  # deal with binaries
308                  if isinstance(variable_type, BooleanSet) is True:
309
310                     if retain_quadratic_binary_terms is False:
311                        # this rather ugly form of the linearized quadratic expression term is required
312                        # due to a pyomo bug - the form (rho/2) * (x+y+z) chokes in presolve when distributing
313                        # over the sum.
314                        new_term = (value(blend_parameter[index]) * value(rho_parameter[index]) / 2.0 * instance_variable[index]) - \
315                                   (value(blend_parameter[index]) * value(rho_parameter[index]) * value(average_parameter[index]) * instance_variable[index]) + \
316                                   (value(blend_parameter[index]) * value(rho_parameter[index]) / 2.0 * value(average_parameter[index]) * value(average_parameter[index]))
317                        if objective.sense is minimize:
318                           objective_expression += new_term
319                        else:
320                           objective_expression -= new_term
321                     else:
322                        quad_expression += (blend_parameter[index] * rho_parameter[index] * (instance_variable[index] - average_parameter[index]) ** 2)
323
324                  # deal with everything else
325                  else:
326
327                     if linearize_nonbinary_penalty_terms > 0:
328
329                        # the variables are easy - just a single entry.
330                        if objective.sense is minimize:
331                           objective_expression += (rho_parameter[index] / 2.0 * quad_penalty_term_variable[index])
332                        else:
333                           objective_expression -= (rho_parameter[index] / 2.0 * quad_penalty_term_variable[index])
334
335                        # the constraints are somewhat nastier.
336
337                        # TBD - DEFINE CONSTRAINTS ON-THE-FLY?? (INDIVIDUALLY NAMED FOR NOW - CREATE INDEX SETS!) - OR A LEAST AN INDEX SET PER "PIECE"
338                        xavg = average_parameter[index]
339                        x = instance_variable[index]
340
341                        if x.lb is None or x.ub is None:
342                            var = variable_name + indexToString(index)
343                            msg = "Missing bound for '%s'\n"                  \
344                                  'Both lower and upper bounds required when' \
345                                  ' piece-wise approximating quadratic '      \
346                                  'penalty terms'
347                            raise ValueError, msg % var
348                        lb = x.lb()
349                        ub = x.ub()
350
351                        node_min = value(node_min_parameter[index])
352                        node_max = value(node_max_parameter[index])
353
354                        # compute the breakpoint sequence according to the specified strategy.
355                        try:
356                            strategy = (
357                              compute_uniform_breakpoints,
358                              compute_uniform_between_nodestat_breakpoints,
359                              compute_uniform_between_woodruff_breakpoints,
360                              compute_exponential_from_mean_breakpoints,
361                            )[ breakpoint_strategy ]
362                            args = ( lb, node_min, value(xavg), node_max, ub, \
363                                linearize_nonbinary_penalty_terms, tolerance )
364                            breakpoints = strategy( *args )
365                        except ValueError, e:
366                            msg = 'A breakpoint distribution strategy (%s) '  \
367                                  'is currently not supported within PH!'
368                            raise ValueError, msg % breakpoint_strategy
369
370                        for i in range(0,len(breakpoints)-1):
371
372                           this_lb = breakpoints[i]
373                           this_ub = breakpoints[i+1]
374
375                           piece_constraint_name = "QUAD_PENALTY_PIECE_"+str(i)+"_"+variable_name+str(index)
376                           if hasattr(instance, piece_constraint_name) is False:
377                              # this is the first time the constraint is being added - add it to the list of PH-specific constraints for this instance.
378                              new_instance_attributes.append(piece_constraint_name)
379
380                           piece_constraint = Constraint(name=piece_constraint_name)
381                           piece_constraint.model = instance
382                           piece_expression = create_piecewise_constraint_expression(this_lb, this_ub, x, xavg, \
383                                                                                     quad_penalty_term_variable[index], \
384                                                                                     tolerance)
385                           piece_constraint.add(None, piece_expression)
386                           setattr(instance, piece_constraint_name, piece_constraint)
387
388                     else:
389
390                        quad_expression += (blend_parameter[index] * rho_parameter[index] * (instance_variable[index] - average_parameter[index]) ** 2)
391
392   # simplification should actually not be required, at least for LPs and MIPs - repeating variables
393   # is not problematic in this context. it may be, though, in the land of NLPs. hence, the option.
394   if simplify_expressions is True:
395      objective_expression.simplify(instance)
396
397   # assign the new expression to the objective.
398   instance.active_components(Objective)[objective_name]._data[None].expr = objective_expression
399
400   # if we are linearizing everything, then nothing will appear in the quadratic expression -
401   # don't add the empty "0.0" expression to the objective. otherwise, the output file won't
402   # be properly generated.
403   if quad_expression != 0.0:
404     instance.active_components(Objective)[objective_name]._quad_subexpr = quad_expression
405   else:
406     instance.active_components(Objective)[objective_name]._quad_subexpr = None
407
408   return new_instance_attributes
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