Source code for sympy.codegen.rewriting

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
Classes and functions useful for rewriting expressions for optimized code
generation. Some languages (or standards thereof), e.g. C99, offer specialized
math functions for better performance and/or precision.

Using the ``optimize`` function in this module, together with a collection of
rules (represented as instances of ``Optimization``), one can rewrite the
expressions for this purpose::

    >>> from sympy import Symbol, exp, log
    >>> from sympy.codegen.rewriting import optimize, optims_c99
    >>> x = Symbol('x')
    >>> optimize(3*exp(2*x) - 3, optims_c99)
    >>> optimize(exp(2*x) - 3, optims_c99)
    exp(2*x) - 3
    >>> optimize(log(3*x + 3), optims_c99)
    log1p(x) + log(3)
    >>> optimize(log(2*x + 3), optims_c99)
    log(2*x + 3)

The ``optims_c99`` imported above is tuple containing the following instances
(which may be imported from ``sympy.codegen.rewriting``):

- ``expm1_opt``
- ``log1p_opt``
- ``exp2_opt``
- ``log2_opt``
- ``log2const_opt``

from __future__ import (absolute_import, division, print_function)
from itertools import chain
from sympy import log, exp, Max, Min, Wild, expand_log, Dummy
from sympy.codegen.cfunctions import log1p, log2, exp2, expm1
from sympy.core.mul import Mul
from sympy.utilities.iterables import sift

[docs]class Optimization(object): """ Abstract base class for rewriting optimization. Subclasses should implement ``__call__`` taking an expression as argument. Parameters ========== cost_function : callable returning number priority : number """ def __init__(self, cost_function=None, priority=1): self.cost_function = cost_function self.priority=priority
[docs]class ReplaceOptim(Optimization): """ Rewriting optimization calling replace on expressions. The instance can be used as a function on expressions for which it will apply the ``replace`` method (see :meth:`sympy.core.basic.Basic.replace`). Parameters ========== query : first argument passed to replace value : second argument passed to replace Examples ======== >>> from sympy import Symbol, Pow >>> from sympy.codegen.rewriting import ReplaceOptim >>> from sympy.codegen.cfunctions import exp2 >>> x = Symbol('x') >>> exp2_opt = ReplaceOptim(lambda p: p.is_Pow and p.base == 2, ... lambda p: exp2(p.exp)) >>> exp2_opt(2**x) exp2(x) """ def __init__(self, query, value, **kwargs): super(ReplaceOptim, self).__init__(**kwargs) self.query = query self.value = value def __call__(self, expr): return expr.replace(self.query, self.value)
[docs]def optimize(expr, optimizations): """ Apply optimizations to an expression. Parameters ========== expr : expression optimizations : iterable of ``Optimization`` instances The optimizations will be sorted with respect to ``priority`` (highest first). Examples ======== >>> from sympy import log, Symbol >>> from sympy.codegen.rewriting import optims_c99, optimize >>> x = Symbol('x') >>> optimize(log(x+3)/log(2) + log(x**2 + 1), optims_c99) log1p(x**2) + log2(x + 3) """ for optim in sorted(optimizations, key=lambda opt: opt.priority, reverse=True): new_expr = optim(expr) if optim.cost_function is None: expr = new_expr else: before, after = map(lambda x: optim.cost_function(x), (expr, new_expr)) if before > after: expr = new_expr return expr
exp2_opt = ReplaceOptim( lambda p: p.is_Pow and p.base == 2, lambda p: exp2(p.exp) ) _d = Wild('d', properties=[lambda x: x.is_Dummy]) _u = Wild('u', properties=[lambda x: not x.is_number and not x.is_Add]) _v = Wild('v') _w = Wild('w') log2_opt = ReplaceOptim(_v*log(_w)/log(2), _v*log2(_w), cost_function=lambda expr: expr.count( lambda e: ( # division & eval of transcendentals are expensive floating point operations... e.is_Pow and e.exp.is_negative # division or (isinstance(e, (log, log2)) and not e.args[0].is_number)) # transcendental ) ) log2const_opt = ReplaceOptim(log(2)*log2(_w), log(_w)) logsumexp_2terms_opt = ReplaceOptim( lambda l: (isinstance(l, log) and l.args[0].is_Add and len(l.args[0].args) == 2 and all(isinstance(t, exp) for t in l.args[0].args)), lambda l: ( Max(*[e.args[0] for e in l.args[0].args]) + log1p(exp(Min(*[e.args[0] for e in l.args[0].args]))) ) ) def _try_expm1(expr): protected, old_new = expr.replace(exp, lambda arg: Dummy(), map=True) factored = protected.factor() new_old = {v: k for k, v in old_new.items()} return factored.replace(_d - 1, lambda d: expm1(new_old[d].args[0])).xreplace(new_old) def _expm1_value(e): numbers, non_num = sift(e.args, lambda arg: arg.is_number, binary=True) non_num_exp, non_num_other = sift(non_num, lambda arg: arg.has(exp), binary=True) numsum = sum(numbers) new_exp_terms, done = [], False for exp_term in non_num_exp: if done: new_exp_terms.append(exp_term) else: looking_at = exp_term + numsum attempt = _try_expm1(looking_at) if looking_at == attempt: new_exp_terms.append(exp_term) else: done = True new_exp_terms.append(attempt) if not done: new_exp_terms.append(numsum) return e.func(*chain(new_exp_terms, non_num_other)) expm1_opt = ReplaceOptim(lambda e: e.is_Add, _expm1_value) log1p_opt = ReplaceOptim( lambda e: isinstance(e, log), lambda l: expand_log(l.replace( log, lambda arg: log(arg.factor()) )).replace(log(_u+1), log1p(_u)) )
[docs]def create_expand_pow_optimization(limit): """ Creates an instance of :class:`ReplaceOptim` for expanding ``Pow``. The requirements for expansions are that the base needs to be a symbol and the exponent needs to be an integer (and be less than or equal to ``limit``). Parameters ========== limit : int The highest power which is expanded into multiplication. Examples ======== >>> from sympy import Symbol, sin >>> from sympy.codegen.rewriting import create_expand_pow_optimization >>> x = Symbol('x') >>> expand_opt = create_expand_pow_optimization(3) >>> expand_opt(x**5 + x**3) x**5 + x*x*x >>> expand_opt(x**5 + x**3 + sin(x)**3) x**5 + x*x*x + sin(x)**3 """ return ReplaceOptim( lambda e: e.is_Pow and e.base.is_symbol and e.exp.is_integer and e.exp.is_nonnegative and e.exp <= limit, lambda p: Mul(*([p.base]*p.exp), evaluate=False) )
# Collections of optimizations: optims_c99 = (expm1_opt, log1p_opt, exp2_opt, log2_opt, log2const_opt)