# Module mici.systems

Hamiltonian systems encapsulating energy functions and their derivatives.

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"""Hamiltonian systems encapsulating energy functions and their derivatives."""

from abc import ABC, abstractmethod
import numpy as np
from mici.states import cache_in_state, cache_in_state_with_aux
import mici.matrices as matrices
from mici.autodiff import autodiff_fallback

class System(ABC):
r"""Base class for Hamiltonian systems.

The Hamiltonian function $$h$$ is assumed to have the general form

$h(q, p) = h_1(q) + h_2(q, p)$

where $$q$$ and $$p$$ are the position and momentum variables respectively,
and $$h_1$$ and $$h_2$$ Hamiltonian component functions. The exact
Hamiltonian flow for the $$h_1$$ component can be always be computed as it
depends only on the position variable however depending on the form of
$$h_2$$ the corresponding exact Hamiltonian flow may or may not be
simulable.

By default $$h_1$$ is assumed to correspond to the negative logarithm of an
unnormalized density on the position variables with respect to the Lebesgue
measure, with the corresponding distribution on the position space being
the target distribution it is wished to draw approximate samples from.
"""

"""
Args:
neg_log_dens (Callable[[array], float]): Function which given a
position array returns the negative logarithm of an
unnormalized probability density on the position space with
respect to the Lebesgue measure, with the corresponding
distribution on the position space being the target
distribution it is wished to draw approximate samples from.
None or Callable[[array], array or Tuple[array, float]]):
Function which given a position array returns the derivative of
neg_log_dens with respect to the position array argument.
Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values
with the first being the array corresponding to the derivative
and the second being the value of the neg_log_dens evaluated
at the passed position array. If None is passed (the default)
an automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt
to construct the derivative of neg_log_dens automatically.
"""
self._neg_log_dens = neg_log_dens
)

@cache_in_state("pos")
def neg_log_dens(self, state):
"""Negative logarithm of unnormalized density of target distribution.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute value at.

Returns:
float: Value of computed negative log density.
"""
return self._neg_log_dens(state.pos)

@cache_in_state_with_aux("pos", "neg_log_dens")
"""Derivative of negative log density with respect to position.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute value at.

Returns:
array: Value of neg_log_dens(state) derivative with respect to
state.pos.
"""

def h1(self, state):
"""Hamiltonian component depending only on position.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute value at.

Returns:
float: Value of h1 Hamiltonian component.
"""
return self.neg_log_dens(state)

def dh1_dpos(self, state):
"""Derivative of h1 Hamiltonian component with respect to position.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute value at.

Returns:
array: Value of computed h1 derivative.
"""

def h1_flow(self, state, dt):
"""Apply exact flow map corresponding to h1 Hamiltonian component.

state argument is modified in place.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to start flow at.
dt (float): Time interval to simulate flow for.
"""
state.mom -= dt * self.dh1_dpos(state)

@abstractmethod
def h2(self, state):
"""Hamiltonian component depending on momentum and optionally position.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute value at.

Returns:
float: Value of h2 Hamiltonian component.
"""

@abstractmethod
def dh2_dmom(self, state):
"""Derivative of h2 Hamiltonian component with respect to momentum.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute value at.

Returns:
array: Value of h2(state) derivative with respect to state.pos.
"""

def h(self, state):
"""Hamiltonian function for system.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute value at.

Returns:
float: Value of Hamiltonian.
"""
return self.h1(state) + self.h2(state)

def dh_dpos(self, state):
"""Derivative of Hamiltonian with respect to position.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute value at.

Returns:
array: Value of h(state) derivative with respect to state.pos.
"""
if hasattr(self, "dh2_dpos"):
return self.dh1_dpos(state) + self.dh2_dpos(state)
else:
return self.dh1_dpos(state)

def dh_dmom(self, state):
"""Derivative of Hamiltonian with respect to momentum.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute value at.

Returns:
array: Value of h(state) derivative with respect to state.mom.
"""
return self.dh2_dmom(state)

@abstractmethod
def sample_momentum(self, state, rng):
"""
Sample a momentum from its conditional distribution given a position.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State defining position to
condition on.

Returns:
mom (array): Sampled momentum.
"""

class EuclideanMetricSystem(System):
r"""Hamiltonian system with a Euclidean metric on the position space.

Here Euclidean metric is defined to mean a metric with a fixed positive
definite matrix representation $$M$$. The momentum variables are taken to
be independent of the position variables and with a zero-mean Gaussian
marginal distribution with covariance specified by $$M$$, so that the
$$h_2$$ Hamiltonian component is

$h_2(q, p) = \frac{1}{2} p^T M^{-1} p$

where $$q$$ and $$p$$ are the position and momentum variables respectively.

The $$h_1$$ Hamiltonian component function is

$h_1(q) = \ell(q)$

where $$\ell(q)$$ is the negative log (unnormalized) density of
the target distribution with respect to the Lebesgue measure.
"""

"""
Args:
neg_log_dens (Callable[[array], float]): Function which given a
position array returns the negative logarithm of an
unnormalized probability density on the position space with
respect to the Lebesgue measure, with the corresponding
distribution on the position space being the target
distribution it is wished to draw approximate samples from.
metric (None or array or PositiveDefiniteMatrix): Matrix object
corresponding to matrix representation of metric on position
space and covariance of Gaussian marginal distribution on
momentum vector. If None is passed (the default), the
identity matrix will be used. If a 1D array is passed then this
is assumed to specify a metric with positive diagonal matrix
representation and the array the matrix diagonal. If a 2D array
is passed then this is assumed to specify a metric with a dense
positive definite matrix representation specified by the array.
Otherwise if the value is a subclass of
mici.matrices.PositiveDefiniteMatrix it is assumed to
directly specify the metric matrix representation.
None or Callable[[array], array or Tuple[array, float]]):
Function which given a position array returns the derivative of
neg_log_dens with respect to the position array argument.
Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values
with the first being the array corresponding to the derivative
and the second being the value of the neg_log_dens evaluated
at the passed position array. If None is passed (the default)
an automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt
to construct the derivative of neg_log_dens automatically.
"""
if metric is None:
self.metric = matrices.IdentityMatrix()
elif isinstance(metric, np.ndarray):
if metric.ndim == 1:
self.metric = matrices.PositiveDiagonalMatrix(metric)
elif metric.ndim == 2:
self.metric = matrices.DensePositiveDefiniteMatrix(metric)
else:
raise ValueError(
"If NumPy ndarray value is used for metric"
" must be either 1D (diagonal matrix) or 2D "
"(dense positive definite matrix)"
)
else:
self.metric = metric

@cache_in_state("mom")
def h2(self, state):
return 0.5 * state.mom @ self.dh2_dmom(state)

@cache_in_state("mom")
def dh2_dmom(self, state):
return self.metric.inv @ state.mom

def h2_flow(self, state, dt):
"""Apply exact flow map corresponding to h2 Hamiltonian component.

state argument is modified in place.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to start flow at.
dt (float): Time interval to simulate flow for.
"""
state.pos += dt * self.dh2_dmom(state)

def dh2_flow_dmom(self, dt):
"""Derivatives of h2_flow flow map with respect to input momentum.

Args:
dt (float): Time interval flow simulated for.

Returns:
dpos_dmom (mici.matrices.Matrix): Matrix representing derivative
(Jacobian) of position output of h2_flow with respect to the
value of the momentum component of the initial input state.
dmom_dmom (mici.matrices.Matrix): Matrix representing derivative
(Jacobian) of momentum output of h2_flow with respect to the
value of the momentum component of the initial input state.
"""
return (dt * self.metric.inv, matrices.IdentityMatrix(self.metric.shape))

def sample_momentum(self, state, rng):
return self.metric.sqrt @ rng.standard_normal(state.pos.shape)

class GaussianEuclideanMetricSystem(EuclideanMetricSystem):
r"""Euclidean Hamiltonian system with a tractable Gaussian component.

Here Euclidean metric is defined to mean a metric with a fixed positive
definite matrix representation $$M$$. The momentum variables are taken to
be independent of the position variables and with a zero-mean Gaussian
marginal distribution with covariance specified by $$M$$.

Additionally the target distribution on the position variables is assumed
to be defined by an unnormalized density with respect to the standard
Gaussian measure on the position space (with identity covariance and zero
mean), with the Hamiltonian component $$h_1$$ corresponding to the negative
logarithm of this density rather than the density with respect to the
Lebesgue measure on the position space, i.e.

$h_1(q) = \ell(q) - \frac{1}{2} q^T q$

where $$q$$ is the position and $$\ell(q)$$ is the negative log
(unnormalized) density of the target distribution with respect to the
Lebesgue measure at $$q$$. The Hamiltonian  component function $$h_2$$ is
then assumed to have the form

$h_2(q, p) = \frac{1}{2} q^T q + \frac{1}{2} p^T M^{-1} p$

where $$p$$ is the momentum. In this case the Hamiltonian flow due to the
quadratic $$h_2$$ component can be solved for analytically, allowing an
integrator to be defined using this alternative splitting of the
Hamiltonian .

References:

1. Shahbaba, B., Lan, S., Johnson, W.O. and Neal, R.M., 2014. Split
Hamiltonian Monte Carlo. Statistics and Computing, 24(3), pp.339-349.
"""

"""
Args:
neg_log_dens (Callable[[array], float]): Function which given a
position array returns the negative logarithm of an
unnormalized probability density on the position space with
respect to the standard Gaussian measure on the position space,
with the corresponding distribution on the position space being
the target distribution it is wished to draw approximate
samples from.
metric (None or array or PositiveDefiniteMatrix): Matrix object
corresponding to matrix representation of metric on position
space and covariance of Gaussian marginal distribution on
momentum vector. If None is passed (the default), the
identity matrix will be used. If a 1D array is passed then this
is assumed to specify a metric with positive diagonal matrix
representation and the array the matrix diagonal. If a 2D array
is passed then this is assumed to specify a metric with a dense
positive definite matrix representation specified by the array.
Otherwise if the value is a subclass of
mici.matrices.PositiveDefiniteMatrix it is assumed to
directly specify the metric matrix representation.
None or Callable[[array], array or Tuple[array, float]]):
Function which given a position array returns the derivative of
neg_log_dens with respect to the position array argument.
Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values
with the first being the array corresponding to the derivative
and the second being the value of the neg_log_dens evaluated
at the passed position array. If None is passed (the default)
an automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt
to construct the derivative of neg_log_dens automatically.
"""

def h2(self, state):
return (
0.5 * state.pos @ state.pos + 0.5 * state.mom @ self.metric.inv @ state.mom
)

@cache_in_state("mom")
def dh2_dmom(self, state):
return self.metric.inv @ state.mom

@cache_in_state("mom")
def dh2_dpos(self, state):
return state.pos

def h2_flow(self, state, dt):
omega = 1.0 / self.metric.eigval ** 0.5
sin_omega_dt, cos_omega_dt = np.sin(omega * dt), np.cos(omega * dt)
eigvec_T_pos = self.metric.eigvec.T @ state.pos
eigvec_T_mom = self.metric.eigvec.T @ state.mom
state.pos = self.metric.eigvec @ (
cos_omega_dt * eigvec_T_pos + (sin_omega_dt * omega) * eigvec_T_mom
)
state.mom = self.metric.eigvec @ (
cos_omega_dt * eigvec_T_mom - (sin_omega_dt / omega) * eigvec_T_pos
)

def dh2_flow_dmom(self, dt):
omega = 1.0 / self.metric.eigval ** 0.5
sin_omega_dt, cos_omega_dt = np.sin(omega * dt), np.cos(omega * dt)
return (
matrices.EigendecomposedSymmetricMatrix(
self.metric.eigvec, sin_omega_dt * omega
),
matrices.EigendecomposedSymmetricMatrix(self.metric.eigvec, cos_omega_dt),
)

class ConstrainedEuclideanMetricSystem(EuclideanMetricSystem):
r"""Base class for Euclidean Hamiltonian systems subject to constraints.

The (constrained) position space is assumed to be a differentiable manifold
embedded with a $$Q$$-dimensional ambient Euclidean space. The $$Q-C$$
dimensional manifold $$\mathcal{M}$$ is implicitly defined by an equation
$$\mathcal{M} = \lbrace q \in \mathbb{R}^Q : c(q) = 0 \rbrace$$ with
$$c: \mathbb{R}^Q \to \mathbb{R}^C$$ the *constraint function*.

The ambient Euclidean space is assumed to be equipped with a metric with
constant positive-definite matrix representation $$M$$ which further
specifies the covariance of the zero-mean Gaussian distribution
$$\mathcal{N}(0, M)$$ on the *unconstrained* momentum (co-)vector $$p$$
with corresponding $$h_2$$ Hamiltonian component defined as

$h_2(q, p) = \frac{1}{2} p^T M^{-1} p.$

The time-derivative of the constraint equation implies a further set of
constraints on the momentum $$q$$ with $$\partial c(q) M^{-1} p = 0$$
at all time points, corresponding to the momentum (velocity) being in the
co-tangent space (tangent space) to the manifold.

The target distribution is either assumed to be directly specified with
unnormalized density $$\exp(-\ell(q))$$ with respect to the Hausdorff
measure on the manifold (under the metric induced from the ambient metric)
with in this case the $$h_1$$ Hamiltonian component then simply

$h_1(q) = \ell(q),$

or alternatively it is assumed a prior distribution on the position $$q$$
with density $$\exp(-\ell(q))$$ with respect to the Lebesgue measure on
the ambient space is specifed and the target distribution is the posterior
distribution on $$q$$ when conditioning on the event $$c(q) = 0$$. The
negative logarithm of the posterior distribution density with respect to
the Hausdorff measure (and so $$h_1$$ Hamiltonian component) is then

$h_1(q) = \ell(q) + \frac{1}{2} \log\left|\partial c(q)M^{-1}\partial c(q)^T\right|$

with an additional second *Gram matrix* determinant term to give the
correct density with respect to the Hausdorff measure on the manifold.

Due to the requirement to enforce the constraints on the position and
momentum, a constraint-preserving numerical integrator needs to be used
when simulating the Hamiltonian dynamic associated with the system, e.g.
mici.integrators.ConstrainedLeapfrogIntegrator.

References:

1. Lelièvre, T., Rousset, M. and Stoltz, G., 2019. Hybrid Monte Carlo
methods for sampling probability measures on submanifolds. Numerische
Mathematik, 143(2), pp.379-421.
2. Graham, M.M. and Storkey, A.J., 2017. Asymptotically exact inference
in differentiable generative models. Electronic Journal of Statistics,
11(2), pp.5105-5164.
"""

def __init__(
self,
neg_log_dens,
constr,
metric=None,
dens_wrt_hausdorff=True,
jacob_constr=None,
):
"""
Args:
neg_log_dens (Callable[[array], float]): Function which given a
position array returns the negative logarithm of an
unnormalized probability density on the constrained position
space with respect to the Hausdorff measure on the constraint
manifold (if dens_wrt_hausdorff == True) or alternatively the
negative logarithm of an unnormalized probability density on
the unconstrained (ambient) position space with respect to the
Lebesgue measure. In the former case the target distribution it
is wished to draw approximate samples from is assumed to be
directly specified by the density function on the manifold. In
the latter case the density function is instead taken to
specify a prior distribution on the ambient space with the
target distribution then corresponding to the posterior
distribution when conditioning on the (zero Lebesgue measure)
event constr(pos) == 0. This target posterior distribution
has support on the differentiable manifold implicitly defined
by the constraint equation, with density with respect to the
Hausdorff measure on the manifold corresponding to the ratio of
the prior density (specified by neg_log_dens) and the
square-root of the determinant of the Gram matrix defined by

gram(q) = jacob_constr(q) @ inv(metric) @ jacob_constr(q).T

where jacob_constr is the Jacobian of the constraint function
constr and metric is the matrix representation of the
metric on the ambient space.
constr (Callable[[array], array]): Function which given a position
array return as a 1D array the value of the (vector-valued)
constraint function, the zero level-set of which implicitly
defines the manifold the dynamic is simulated on.
metric (None or array or PositiveDefiniteMatrix): Matrix object
corresponding to matrix representation of metric on
*unconstrained* position space and covariance of Gaussian
marginal distribution on *unconstrained* momentum vector. If
None is passed (the default), the identity matrix will be
used. If a 1D array is passed then this is assumed to specify a
metric with positive diagonal matrix representation and the
array the matrix diagonal. If a 2D array is passed then this is
assumed to specify a metric with a dense positive definite
matrix representation specified by the array. Otherwise if the
value is a mici.matrices.PositiveDefiniteMatrix subclass it
is assumed to directly specify the metric matrix
representation.
dens_wrt_hausdorff (bool): Whether the neg_log_dens function
specifies the (negative logarithm) of the density of the target
distribution with respect to the Hausdorff measure on the
manifold directly (True) or alternatively the negative
logarithm of a density of a prior distriubtion on the
unconstrained (ambient) position space with respect to the
Lebesgue measure, with the target distribution then
corresponding to the posterior distribution when conditioning
on the event const(pos) == 0 (False). Note that in the former
case the base Hausdorff measure on the manifold depends on the
metric defined on the ambient space, with the Hausdorff measure
being defined with respect to the metric induced on the
manifold from this ambient metric.
None or Callable[[array], array or Tuple[array, float]]):
Function which given a position array returns the derivative of
neg_log_dens with respect to the position array argument.
Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values
with the first being the array corresponding to the derivative
and the second being the value of the neg_log_dens evaluated
at the passed position array. If None is passed (the default)
an automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt
to construct a function to compute the derivative (and value)
of neg_log_dens automatically.
jacob_constr (
None or Callable[[array], array or Tuple[array, array]]):
Function which given a position array computes the Jacobian
(matrix / 2D array of partial derivatives) of the output of the
constraint function c = constr(q) with respect to the position
array argument q, returning the computed Jacobian as a 2D
array jacob with

jacob[i, j] = ∂c[i] / ∂q[j]

Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values
with the first being the array corresponding to the Jacobian and
the second being the value of constr evaluated at the passed
position array. If None is passed (the default) an automatic
differentiation fallback will be used to attempt to construct a
function to compute the Jacobian (and value) of constr
automatically.
"""
super().__init__(
neg_log_dens=neg_log_dens,
metric=metric,
)
self._constr = constr
self.dens_wrt_hausdorff = dens_wrt_hausdorff
self._jacob_constr = autodiff_fallback(
jacob_constr, constr, "jacobian_and_value", "jacob_constr"
)

@cache_in_state("pos")
def constr(self, state):
"""Constraint function at the current position.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute value at.

Returns:
array: Value of constr(state.pos) as 1D array.
"""
return self._constr(state.pos)

@cache_in_state_with_aux("pos", "constr")
def jacob_constr(self, state):
"""Jacobian of constraint function at the current position.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute value at.

Returns:
array: Value of Jacobian of constr(state.pos) as 2D array.
"""
return self._jacob_constr(state.pos)

@abstractmethod
def jacob_constr_inner_product(
self, jacob_constr_1, inner_product_matrix, jacob_constr_2=None
):
"""Compute inner product of rows of constraint Jacobian matrices.

Computes jacob_constr_1 @ inner_product_matrix @ jacob_constr_2.T
potentially exploiting any structure / sparsity in jacob_constr_1,
jacob_constr_2 and inner_product_matrix.

Args:
jacob_constr_1 (Matrix): First constraint Jacobian in product.
inner_product_matrix (Matrix): Positive-definite matrix defining
inner-product between rows of two constraint Jacobians.
jacob_constr_2 (None or Matrix): Second constraint Jacobian in
product. Defaults to jacob_constr_1 if set to None.

Returns
Matrix: Object corresponding to computed inner products of
the constraint Jacobian rows.
"""

@cache_in_state("pos")
def gram(self, state):
"""Gram matrix at current position.

The Gram matrix as a position q is defined as

gram(q) = jacob_constr(q) @ inv(metric) @ jacob_constr(q).T

where jacob_constr is the Jacobian of the constraint function
constr and metric is the matrix representation of the metric on the
ambient space.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute value at.

Returns:
mici.matrices.PositiveDefiniteMatrix: Gram matrix as matrix object.
"""
return self.jacob_constr_inner_product(
self.jacob_constr(state), self.metric.inv
)

def inv_gram(self, state):
"""Inverse of Gram matrix at current position.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute value at.

Returns:
mici.matrices.PositiveDefiniteMatrix: Inverse of Gram matrix as
matrix object.
"""
return self.gram(state).inv

def log_det_sqrt_gram(self, state):
"""Value of (half of) log-determinant of Gram matrix."""
return 0.5 * self.gram(state).log_abs_det

@abstractmethod
"""Derivative of (half of) log-determinant of Gram matrix wrt position.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute value at.

Returns:
array: Value of log_det_sqrt_gram(state) derivative with respect
to state.pos.
"""

def h1(self, state):
if self.dens_wrt_hausdorff:
return self.neg_log_dens(state)
else:
return self.neg_log_dens(state) + self.log_det_sqrt_gram(state)

def dh1_dpos(self, state):
if self.dens_wrt_hausdorff:
else:

def project_onto_cotangent_space(self, mom, state):
"""Project a momentum on to the co-tangent space at a position.

Args:
mom (array): Momentum (co-)vector as 1D array to project on to
co-tangent space.
state (mici.states.ChainState): State definining position on the
manifold to project in to the co-tangent space of.

Returns:
array: Projected momentum in the co-tangent space at state.pos.
"""
# Use parenthesis to force right-to-left evaluation to avoid
# matrix-matrix products
mom -= self.jacob_constr(state).T @ (
self.inv_gram(state) @ (self.jacob_constr(state) @ (self.metric.inv @ mom))
)
return mom

def sample_momentum(self, state, rng):
mom = super().sample_momentum(state, rng)
mom = self.project_onto_cotangent_space(mom, state)
return mom

class DenseConstrainedEuclideanMetricSystem(ConstrainedEuclideanMetricSystem):
r"""Euclidean Hamiltonian system subject to a dense set of constraints.

See ConstrainedEuclideanMetricSystem for more details about constrained
systems.
"""

def __init__(
self,
neg_log_dens,
constr,
metric=None,
dens_wrt_hausdorff=True,
jacob_constr=None,
mhp_constr=None,
):
"""
Args:
neg_log_dens (Callable[[array], float]): Function which given a
position array returns the negative logarithm of an
unnormalized probability density on the constrained position
space with respect to the Hausdorff measure on the constraint
manifold (if dens_wrt_hausdorff == True) or alternatively the
negative logarithm of an unnormalized probability density on
the unconstrained (ambient) position space with respect to the
Lebesgue measure. In the former case the target distribution it
is wished to draw approximate samples from is assumed to be
directly specified by the density function on the manifold. In
the latter case the density function is instead taken to
specify a prior distribution on the ambient space with the
target distribution then corresponding to the posterior
distribution when conditioning on the (zero Lebesgue measure)
event constr(pos) == 0. This target posterior distribution
has support on the differentiable manifold implicitly defined
by the constraint equation, with density with respect to the
Hausdorff measure on the manifold corresponding to the ratio of
the prior density (specified by neg_log_dens) and the
square-root of the determinant of the Gram matrix defined by

gram(q) = jacob_constr(q) @ inv(metric) @ jacob_constr(q).T

where jacob_constr is the Jacobian of the constraint function
constr and metric is the matrix representation of the
metric on the ambient space.
constr (Callable[[array], array]): Function which given a position
array return as a 1D array the value of the (vector-valued)
constraint function, the zero level-set of which implicitly
defines the manifold the dynamic is simulated on.
metric (None or array or PositiveDefiniteMatrix): Matrix object
corresponding to matrix representation of metric on
*unconstrained* position space and covariance of Gaussian
marginal distribution on *unconstrained* momentum vector. If
None is passed (the default), the identity matrix will be
used. If a 1D array is passed then this is assumed to specify a
metric with positive diagonal matrix representation and the
array the matrix diagonal. If a 2D array is passed then this is
assumed to specify a metric with a dense positive definite
matrix representation specified by the array. Otherwise if the
value is a mici.matrices.PositiveDefiniteMatrix subclass it
is assumed to directly specify the metric matrix
representation.
dens_wrt_hausdorff (bool): Whether the neg_log_dens function
specifies the (negative logarithm) of the density of the target
distribution with respect to the Hausdorff measure on the
manifold directly (True) or alternatively the negative
logarithm of a density of a prior distriubtion on the
unconstrained (ambient) position space with respect to the
Lebesgue measure, with the target distribution then
corresponding to the posterior distribution when conditioning
on the event const(pos) == 0 (False). Note that in the former
case the base Hausdorff measure on the manifold depends on the
metric defined on the ambient space, with the Hausdorff measure
being defined with respect to the metric induced on the
manifold from this ambient metric.
None or Callable[[array], array or Tuple[array, float]]):
Function which given a position array returns the derivative of
neg_log_dens with respect to the position array argument.
Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values
with the first being the array corresponding to the derivative
and the second being the value of the neg_log_dens evaluated
at the passed position array. If None is passed (the default)
an automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt
to construct a function to compute the derivative (and value)
of neg_log_dens automatically.
jacob_constr (
None or Callable[[array], array or Tuple[array, array]]):
Function which given a position array computes the Jacobian
(matrix / 2D array of partial derivatives) of the output of the
constraint function c = constr(q) with respect to the
position array argument q, returning the computed Jacobian as
a 2D array jacob with

jacob[i, j] = ∂c[i] / ∂q[j]

Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values
with the first being the array corresponding to the Jacobian
and the second being the value of constr evaluated
at the passed position array. If None is passed (the default)
an automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt
to construct a function to compute the Jacobian (and value) of
neg_log_dens automatically.
mhp_constr (None or
Callable[[array], Callable[[array], array]] or
Callable[[array], Tuple[Callable, array, array]]):
Function which given a position array returns another function
which takes a 2D array as an argument and returns the
*matrix-Hessian-product* (MHP) of the constraint function
constr with respect to the position array argument. The MHP
is here defined as a function of a (dim_constr, dim_pos)
shaped 2D array m

mhp(m) = sum(m[:, :, None] * hess[:, :, :], axis=(0, 1))

where hess is the (dim_constr, dim_pos, dim_pos) shaped
vector-Hessian of c = constr(q) with respect to q i.e. the
array of second-order partial derivatives of such that

hess[i, j, k] = ∂²c[i] / (∂q[j] ∂q[k])

Optionally the function may instead return a 3-tuple of values
with the first a function to compute a MHP of constr, the
second a 2D array corresponding to the Jacobian of constr,
and the third the value of constr, all evaluated at the
passed position array. If None is passed (the default) an
automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt to
construct a function which calculates the MHP (and Jacobian and
value) of constr automatically.
"""
super().__init__(
neg_log_dens=neg_log_dens,
constr=constr,
metric=metric,
dens_wrt_hausdorff=dens_wrt_hausdorff,
jacob_constr=jacob_constr,
)
if not dens_wrt_hausdorff:
self._mhp_constr = autodiff_fallback(
mhp_constr, constr, "mhp_jacobian_and_value", "mhp_constr"
)

@cache_in_state_with_aux("pos", ("jacob_constr", "constr"))
def mhp_constr(self, state):
return self._mhp_constr(state.pos)

def jacob_constr_inner_product(
self, jacob_constr_1, inner_product_matrix, jacob_constr_2=None
):
if jacob_constr_2 is None or jacob_constr_2 is jacob_constr_1:
return matrices.DensePositiveDefiniteMatrix(
jacob_constr_1 @ (inner_product_matrix @ jacob_constr_1.T)
)
else:
return matrices.DenseSquareMatrix(
jacob_constr_1 @ (inner_product_matrix @ jacob_constr_2.T)
)

@cache_in_state("pos")
# Evaluate MHP of constraint function before Jacobian as Jacobian value
# will potentially be computed in 'forward' pass and cached
mhp_constr = self.mhp_constr(state)
return mhp_constr(
self.inv_gram(state) @ self.jacob_constr(state) @ self.metric.inv
)

class GaussianDenseConstrainedEuclideanMetricSystem(
GaussianEuclideanMetricSystem, DenseConstrainedEuclideanMetricSystem
):
r"""Gaussian Euclidean Hamiltonian system st. a dense set of constraints.

See ConstrainedEuclideanMetricSystem for more details about constrained
systems and GaussianEuclideanMetricSystem for Gaussian Euclidean metric
systems.
"""

def __init__(
self,
neg_log_dens,
constr,
metric=None,
jacob_constr=None,
mhp_constr=None,
):
"""
Args:
neg_log_dens (Callable[[array], float]): Function which given a
position array returns the negative logarithm of an
unnormalized probability density on the unconstrained (ambient)
position space with respect to the standard Gaussian measure.
The density function is taken to specify a prior distribution
on the ambient space with the target distribution then
corresponding to the posterior distribution when conditioning
on the (zero Lebesgue measure) event constr(pos) == 0. This
target posterior distribution has support on the differentiable
manifold implicitly defined by the constraint equation, with
density with respect to the Hausdorff measure on the manifold
corresponding to the ratio of the prior density (specified by
neg_log_dens) and the square-root of the determinant of the
Gram matrix defined by

gram(q) = jacob_constr(q) @ inv(metric) @ jacob_constr(q).T

where jacob_constr is the Jacobian of the constraint function
constr and metric is the matrix representation of the
metric on the ambient space.
constr (Callable[[array], array]): Function which given a position
array return as a 1D array the value of the (vector-valued)
constraint function, the zero level-set of which implicitly
defines the manifold the dynamic is simulated on.
metric (None or array or PositiveDefiniteMatrix): Matrix object
corresponding to matrix representation of metric on
*unconstrained* position space and covariance of Gaussian
marginal distribution on *unconstrained* momentum vector. If
None is passed (the default), the identity matrix will be
used. If a 1D array is passed then this is assumed to specify a
metric with positive diagonal matrix representation and the
array the matrix diagonal. If a 2D array is passed then this is
assumed to specify a metric with a dense positive definite
matrix representation specified by the array. Otherwise if
a subclass of mici.matrices.PositiveDefiniteMatrix it is
assumed to directly specify the metric matrix representation.
None or Callable[[array], array or Tuple[array, float]]):
Function which given a position array returns the derivative of
neg_log_dens with respect to the position array argument.
Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values
with the first being the array corresponding to the derivative
and the second being the value of the neg_log_dens evaluated
at the passed position array. If None is passed (the default)
an automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt
to construct a function to compute the derivative (and value)
of neg_log_dens automatically.
jacob_constr (
None or Callable[[array], array or Tuple[array, array]]):
Function which given a position array computes the Jacobian
(matrix / 2D array of partial derivatives) of the output of the
constraint function c = constr(q) with respect to the
position array argument q, returning the computed Jacobian as
a 2D array jacob with

jacob[i, j] = ∂c[i] / ∂q[j]

Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values
with the first being the array corresponding to the Jacobian
and the second being the value of constr evaluated
at the passed position array. If None is passed (the default)
an automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt
to construct a function to compute the Jacobian (and value) of
neg_log_dens automatically.
mhp_constr (None or
Callable[[array], Callable[[array], array]] or
Callable[[array], Tuple[Callable, array, array]]):
Function which given a position array returns another function
which takes a 2D array as an argument and returns the
*matrix-Hessian-product* (MHP) of the constraint function
constr with respect to the position array argument. The MHP
is here defined as a function of a (dim_constr, dim_pos)
shaped 2D array m

mhp(m) = sum(m[:, :, None] * hess[:, :, :], axis=(0, 1))

where hess is the (dim_constr, dim_pos, dim_pos) shaped
vector-Hessian of c = constr(q) with respect to q i.e. the
array of second-order partial derivatives of such that

hess[i, j, k] = ∂²c[i] / (∂q[j] ∂q[k])

Optionally the function may instead return a 3-tuple of values
with the first a function to compute a MHP of constr, the
second a 2D array corresponding to the Jacobian of constr,
and the third the value of constr, all evaluated at the
passed position array. If None is passed (the default) an
automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt to
construct a function which calculates the MHP (and Jacobian and
value) of constr automatically.
"""
DenseConstrainedEuclideanMetricSystem.__init__(
self,
neg_log_dens=neg_log_dens,
constr=constr,
metric=metric,
dens_wrt_hausdorff=False,
jacob_constr=jacob_constr,
mhp_constr=mhp_constr,
)

def jacob_constr_inner_product(
self, jacob_constr_1, inner_product_matrix, jacob_constr_2=None
):
if jacob_constr_2 is None or jacob_constr_2 is jacob_constr_1:
return matrices.DenseSymmetricMatrix(
jacob_constr_1 @ (inner_product_matrix @ jacob_constr_1.T)
)
else:
return matrices.DenseSquareMatrix(
jacob_constr_1 @ (inner_product_matrix @ jacob_constr_2.T)
)

class RiemannianMetricSystem(System):
r"""Riemannian Hamiltonian system with a position-dependent metric.

This class allows for metric matrix representations of any generic type.
In most cases a specialized subclass such as DenseRiemannianMetricSystem,
CholeskyFactoredRiemannianMetricSystem, DiagonalRiemannianMetricSystem,
ScalarRiemannianMetricSystem or SoftAbsRiemannianMetricSystem will
provide a simpler method of constructng a system with a metric matrix
representation of a specific type.

The position space is assumed to be a Riemannian manifold with a metric
with position-dependent positive definite matrix-representation $$M(q)$$
where $$q$$ is a position vector. The momentum $$p$$ is then taken to have
a zero-mean Gaussian conditional distribution given the position $$q$$,
with covariance $$M(q)$$, i.e. $$p \sim \mathcal{N}(0, M(q))$$ .

The $$h_1$$ Hamiltonian component is then

$h_1(q) = \ell(q) + \frac{1}{2}\log\left|M(q)\right|$

where $$\ell(q)$$ is the negative log (unnormalized) density of the target
distribution with respect to the Lebesgue measure at $$q$$. The $$h_2$$
Hamiltonian component is

$h_2(q, p) = \frac{1}{2} p^T (M(q))^{-1} p.$

Due to the coupling between the position and momentum variables in $$h_2$$,
the Hamiltonian system is non-separable, requiring use of a numerical
integrator with implicit steps when simulating the Hamiltonian dynamic
associated with the system, e.g.
mici.integrators.ImplicitLeapfrogIntegrator.

References:

1. Girolami, M. and Calderhead, B., 2011. Riemann manifold Langevin and
Hamiltonian Monte Varlo methods. Journal of the Royal Statistical
Society: Series B (Statistical Methodology), 73(2), pp.123-214.
"""

def __init__(
self,
neg_log_dens,
metric_matrix_class,
metric_func,
vjp_metric_func=None,
metric_kwargs=None,
):
"""
Args:
neg_log_dens (Callable[[array], float]): Function which given a
position array returns the negative logarithm of an
unnormalized probability density on the position space with
respect to the Lebesgue measure, with the corresponding
distribution on the position space being the target
distribution it is wished to draw approximate samples from.
metric_matrix_class (type[PositiveDefiniteMatrix]): Class (or
factory function returning an instance of the class) which
defines type of matrix representation of metric. The class
initializer should take a single positional argument which will
be passed the array outputted by metric_func, and which is
assumed to be a parameter which fully defines the resulting
matrix (e.g. the diagonal of a mici.matrices.DiagonalMatrix).
The class initializer may also optionally take one or more
keyword arguments, with the metric_kwargs argument used to
specify the value of these, if any. Together this means the
metric matrix representation at a position pos is constructed
as

metric = metric_matrix_class(
metric_func(pos), **metric_kwargs)

The mici.matrices.PositiveDefiniteMatrix subclass should as a
minimum define inv, log_abs_det, grad_log_abs_det,
grad_quadratic_form_inv, __matmul__ and __rmatmul__
methods / properties (see documentation of
mici.matrices.PositiveDefiniteMatrix and
mici.matrices.DifferentiableMatrix for definitions of the
expected behaviour of these methods).
metric_func (Callable[[array], array]): Function which given a
position array returns an array containing the parameter value
of the metric matrix representation passed as the single
positional argument to the metric_matrix_class initializer.
vjp_metric_func (None or
Callable[[array], Callable[[array], array]] or
Callable[[array], Tuple[Callable[[array], array], array]]):
Function which given a position array returns another function
which takes an array as an argument and returns the
*vector-Jacobian-product* (VJP) of metric_func with respect
to the position array argument. The VJP is here defined as a
function of an array v (of the same shape as the output of
metric_func) corresponding to

vjp(v) = sum(v[..., None] * jacob, tuple(range(v.ndim))

where jacob is the Jacobian of m = metric_func(q) wrt q
i.e. the array of partial derivatives of the function such that

jacob[..., i] = ∂m[...] / ∂q[i]

Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values
with the first a function to compute a VJP of metric_func and
the second an array containing the value of metric_func, both
evaluated at the passed position array. If None is passed
(the default) an automatic differentiation fallback will be
used to attempt to construct a function which calculates the
VJP (and value) of metric_func automatically.
None or Callable[[array], array or Tuple[array, float]]):
Function which given a position array returns the derivative of
neg_log_dens with respect to the position array argument.
Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values
with the first being the array corresponding to the derivative
and the second being the value of the neg_log_dens evaluated
at the passed position array. If None is passed (the default)
an automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt
to construct the derivative of neg_log_dens automatically.
metric_kwargs (None or Dict[str, object]): An optional dictionary
of any additional keyword arguments to the initializer of
metric_matrix_class.
"""
self._metric_matrix_class = metric_matrix_class
self._metric_func = metric_func
self._vjp_metric_func = autodiff_fallback(
vjp_metric_func, metric_func, "vjp_and_value", "vjp_metric_func"
)
self._metric_kwargs = {} if metric_kwargs is None else metric_kwargs

@cache_in_state("pos")
def metric_func(self, state):
"""
Function computing the parameter of the metric matrix representation.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute value at.

Returns:
array: Value of metric_func(state.pos).
"""
return self._metric_func(state.pos)

@cache_in_state_with_aux("pos", "metric_func")
def vjp_metric_func(self, state):
"""
Function constructing a vector-Jacobian-product for metric_func.

The vector-Jacobian-product is here defined as a function of an array
v (of the same shape as the output of metric_func) corresponding to

vjp(v) = sum(v[..., None] * jacob, axis=tuple(range(v.ndim))

where jacob is the Jacobian of m = metric_func(q) wrt q i.e.
the array of partial derivatives of the function such that

jacob[..., i] = ∂m[...] / ∂q[i]

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute VJP at.

Returns:
Callable[[array], array]: Vector-Jacobian-product function.
"""
return self._vjp_metric_func(state.pos)

@cache_in_state("pos")
def metric(self, state):
"""
Function computing the metric matrix representation.

The returned type of this function is that specified by the
metric_matrix_class argument to the initializer.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute value at.

Returns:
mici.matrices.PositiveDefiniteMatrix: Metric matrix representation.
"""
return self._metric_matrix_class(self.metric_func(state), **self._metric_kwargs)

def h(self, state):
return self.h1(state) + self.h2(state)

def h1(self, state):
return self.neg_log_dens(state) + 0.5 * self.metric(state).log_abs_det

def dh1_dpos(self, state):
# Evaluate VJP of metric function before metric as metric value will
# potentially be computed in forward pass and cached
vjp_metric = self.vjp_metric_func(state)
return self.grad_neg_log_dens(state) + 0.5 * vjp_metric(
)

def h2(self, state):
return 0.5 * state.mom @ self.metric(state).inv @ state.mom

def dh2_dpos(self, state):
# Evaluate VJP of metric function before metric as metric value will
# potentially be computed in forward pass and cached
vjp_metric = self.vjp_metric_func(state)

def dh2_dmom(self, state):
return self.metric(state).inv @ state.mom

def sample_momentum(self, state, rng):
return self.metric(state).sqrt @ rng.normal(size=state.pos.shape)

class ScalarRiemannianMetricSystem(RiemannianMetricSystem):
"""Riemannian-metric system with scaled identity matrix representation.

Hamiltonian system with a position dependent scaled identity metric matrix
representation which is specified by a scalar function
metric_scalar_function of the position q which outputs a strictly
positive scalar s = metric_scalar_func(q) with the the metric matrix
representation then taken to be s * identity(q.shape).

See documentation of RiemannianMetricSystem for more general details
"""

def __init__(
self,
neg_log_dens,
metric_scalar_func,
vjp_metric_scalar_func=None,
):
"""
Args:
neg_log_dens (Callable[[array], float]): Function which given a
position array returns the negative logarithm of an
unnormalized probability density on the position space with
respect to the Lebesgue measure, with the corresponding
distribution on the position space being the target
distribution it is wished to draw approximate samples from.
metric_scalar_func (Callable[[array], float]): Function which
given a position array returns a strictly positive scalar
corresponding to the parameter value of the scaled identity
metric matrix representation.
vjp_metric_scalar_func (None or
Callable[[array], Callable[[array], float]] or
Callable[[array], Tuple[Callable[[array, float]], float]]):
Function which given a position array returns another function
which takes a scalar as an argument and returns the
*vector-Jacobian-product* (VJP) of metric_scalar_func with
respect to the position array argument. The VJP is here defined
as a function of a scalar v

where grad is the (dim_pos,) shaped Jacobian (gradient) of
s = metric_scalar_func(q) with respect to q i.e. the array
of partial derivatives of the function such that

Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values
with the first a function to compute a VJP of
metric_scalar_func and the second a float containing the
value of metric_scalar_func, both evaluated at the passed
position array. If None is passed (the default) an automatic
differentiation fallback will be used to attempt to construct a
function which calculates the VJP (and value) of
metric_scalar_func automatically.
None or Callable[[array], array or Tuple[array, float]]):
Function which given a position array returns the derivative of
neg_log_dens with respect to the position array argument.
Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values
with the first being the array corresponding to the derivative
and the second being the value of the neg_log_dens evaluated
at the passed position array. If None is passed (the default)
an automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt
to construct the derivative of neg_log_dens automatically.
"""

super().__init__(
neg_log_dens,
matrices.PositiveScaledIdentityMatrix,
metric_scalar_func,
vjp_metric_scalar_func,
)

@cache_in_state("pos")
def metric(self, state):
return self._metric_matrix_class(
self.metric_func(state), size=state.pos.shape
)

class DiagonalRiemannianMetricSystem(RiemannianMetricSystem):
"""Riemannian-metric system with diagonal matrix representation.

Hamiltonian system with a position dependent diagonal metric matrix
representation which is specified by a vector-valued function
metric_diagonal_func of the position q which outputs a 1D array with
strictly positive elements d = metric_diagonal_func(q) with the metric
matrix representation then taken to be diag(d).

See documentation of RiemannianMetricSystem for more general details
"""

def __init__(
self,
neg_log_dens,
metric_diagonal_func,
vjp_metric_diagonal_func=None,
):
"""
Args:
neg_log_dens (Callable[[array], float]): Function which given a
position array returns the negative logarithm of an
unnormalized probability density on the position space with
respect to the Lebesgue measure, with the corresponding
distribution on the position space being the target
distribution it is wished to draw approximate samples from.
metric_diagonal_func (Callable[[array], array]): Function which
given a position array returns a 1D array with strictly
positive values corresponding to the diagonal values
(left-to-right) of the diagonal metric matrix representation.
vjp_metric_diagonal_func (None or
Callable[[array], Callable[[array], array]] or
Callable[[array], Tuple[Callable[[array], array], array]]):
Function which given a position array returns another function
which takes a 1D array as an argument and returns the
*vector-Jacobian-product* (VJP) of metric_diagonal_func with
respect to the position array argument. The VJP is here defined
as a function of a 1D array v

vjp(v) = sum(v[:, None] * jacob[:, :], axis=0)

where jacob is the (dim_pos, dim_pos) shaped Jacobian of
d = metric_diagonal_func(q) with respect to q i.e. the
array of partial derivatives of the function such that

jacob[i, j] = ∂d[i] / ∂q[j]

Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values
with the first a function to compute a VJP of
metric_diagonal_func and the second a 1D array containing the
value of metric_diagonal_func, both evaluated at the passed
position array. If None is passed (the default) an automatic
differentiation fallback will be used to attempt to construct a
function which calculates the VJP (and value) of
metric_diagonal_func automatically.
None or Callable[[array], array or Tuple[array, float]]):
Function which given a position array returns the derivative of
neg_log_dens with respect to the position array argument.
Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values
with the first being the array corresponding to the derivative
and the second being the value of the neg_log_dens evaluated
at the passed position array. If None is passed (the default)
an automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt
to construct the derivative of neg_log_dens automatically.
"""
super().__init__(
neg_log_dens,
matrices.PositiveDiagonalMatrix,
metric_diagonal_func,
vjp_metric_diagonal_func,
)

class CholeskyFactoredRiemannianMetricSystem(RiemannianMetricSystem):
"""Riemannian-metric system with Cholesky-factored matrix representation.

Hamiltonian system with a position dependent metric matrix representation
which is specified by its Cholesky factor by a matrix function
metric_chol_func of the position q which outputs a lower-triangular
matrix L = metric_chol_func(q) with the metric matrix representation then
taken to be L @ L.T.

See documentation of RiemannianMetricSystem for more general details
"""

def __init__(
self,
neg_log_dens,
metric_chol_func,
vjp_metric_chol_func=None,
):
"""
Args:
neg_log_dens (Callable[[array], float]): Function which given a
position array returns the negative logarithm of an
unnormalized probability density on the position space with
respect to the Lebesgue measure, with the corresponding
distribution on the position space being the target
distribution it is wished to draw approximate samples from.
metric_chol_func (Callable[[array], array]): Function which given
a position array returns a 2D array with zeros above the
diagonal corresponding to the lower-triangular Cholesky-factor
of the positive definite metric matrix representation.
vjp_metric_chol_func (None or
Callable[[array], Callable[[array], array]] or
Callable[[array], Tuple[Callable[[array], array], array]]):
Function which given a position array returns another function
which takes a lower-triangular 2D array as an argument (any
values in the array above the diagonal are ignored) and returns
the *vector-Jacobian-product* (VJP) of metric_chol_func with
respect to the position array argument. The VJP is here defined
as a function of a 2D array v

vjp(v) = sum(v[:, :, None] * jacob[:, :, :], axis=(0, 1))

where jacob is the (dim_pos, dim_pos, dim_pos) shaped
Jacobian of L = metric_chol_func(q) with respect to q i.e.
the array of partial derivatives of the function such that

jacob[i, j, k] = ∂L[i, j] / ∂q[k]

Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values
with the first a function to compute a VJP of
metric_chol_func and the second a 2D array containing the
value of metric_chol_func, both evaluated at the passed
position array. If None is passed (the default) an automatic
differentiation fallback will be used to attempt to construct a
function which calculates the VJP (and value) of
metric_chol_func automatically.
None or Callable[[array], array or Tuple[array, float]]):
Function which given a position array returns the derivative of
neg_log_dens with respect to the position array argument.
Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values
with the first being the array corresponding to the derivative
and the second being the value of the neg_log_dens evaluated
at the passed position array. If None is passed (the default)
an automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt
to construct the derivative of neg_log_dens automatically.
"""
super().__init__(
neg_log_dens,
matrices.TriangularFactoredPositiveDefiniteMatrix,
metric_chol_func,
vjp_metric_chol_func,
metric_kwargs={"factor_is_lower": True},
)

class DenseRiemannianMetricSystem(RiemannianMetricSystem):
"""Riemannian-metric system with dense matrix representation.

Hamiltonian system with a position dependent metric matrix representation
which is specified to be a dense matrix function metric_func of the
position q which is guaranteed to be positive definite almost-everywhere,
with M = metric_func(q) then the metric matrix representation.

See documentation of RiemannianMetricSystem for more general details
"""

def __init__(
):
"""
Args:
neg_log_dens (Callable[[array], float]): Function which given a
position array returns the negative logarithm of an
unnormalized probability density on the position space with
respect to the Lebesgue measure, with the corresponding
distribution on the position space being the target
distribution it is wished to draw approximate samples from.
metric_func (Callable[[array], array]): Function which given a
position array returns a 2D array corresponding to the positive
definite metric matrix representation. The returned matrices
(2D arrays) are assumed to be positive-definite for all input
positions and a LinAlgError exception may be raised if this
fails to be the case.
vjp_metric_func (None or
Callable[[array], Callable[[array], array]] or
Callable[[array], Tuple[Callable[[array], array], array]]):
Function which given a position array returns another function
which takes a 2D array as an argument and returns the
*vector-Jacobian-product* (VJP) of metric_func with respect
to the position array argument. The VJP is here defined as a
function of a 2D array v

vjp(v) = sum(v[:, :, None] * jacob[:, :, :], axis=(0, 1))

where jacob is the (dim_pos, dim_pos, dim_pos) shaped
Jacobian of M = metric_func(q) with respect to q i.e. the
array of partial derivatives of the function such that

jacob[i, j, k] = ∂M[i, j] / ∂q[k]

Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values
with the first a function to compute a VJP of metric_func and
the second a 2D array containing the value of metric_func,
both evaluated at the passed position array. If None is
passed (the default) an automatic differentiation fallback will
be used to attempt to construct a function which calculates the
VJP (and value) of metric_func automatically.
None or Callable[[array], array or Tuple[array, float]]):
Function which given a position array returns the derivative of
neg_log_dens with respect to the position array argument.
Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values
with the first being the array corresponding to the derivative
and the second being the value of the neg_log_dens evaluated
at the passed position array. If None is passed (the default)
an automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt
to construct the derivative of neg_log_dens automatically.
"""
super().__init__(
neg_log_dens,
matrices.DensePositiveDefiniteMatrix,
metric_func,
vjp_metric_func,
)

class SoftAbsRiemannianMetricSystem(RiemannianMetricSystem):
"""SoftAbs Riemmanian metric Hamiltonian system.

Hamiltonian system with a position dependent metric matrix representation
which is specified to be a dense matrix function metric_func of the
position q which is guaranteed to be positive definite almost-everywhere,
with M = metric_func(q) then the metric matrix representation.

Hamiltonian system with a position dependent metric matrix representation
which is specified to be an eigenvalue-regularized transformation of the
Hessian of the negative log density function (the symmetric matrix of
second derivatives the negative log density function with respect to the
position array components. Specifically if hess_neg_log_dens is a
symmetric 2D square array valued function of the position q, with
H = hess_neg_log_dens(q) then if an eigenvalue decomposition of H is
computed, i.e. eigval, eigvec = eigh(H), with eigval a 1D array of
real eigenvalues, and eigvec the corresponding 2D array (orthogonal
matrix) with eigenvectors as columns, then the resulting positive-definite
metric matrix representation M is computed as

M = eigvec @ diag(softabs(eigval, softabs_coeff)) @ eigvec.T

with softabs(x, softabs_coeff) = x / tanh(x * softabs_coeff) an
elementwise function which acts as a smooth approximation to the absolute
function (ensuring all the eigenvalues of M are strictly positive) with
the additional scalar parameter softabs_coeff controlling the smoothness
of the approximation, with softabs tending to the piecewise linear abs
function as softabs_coeff tends to infinity, and becoming increasingly
smooth as softabs_coeff tends to zero.

See documentation of RiemannianMetricSystem for more general details

References:

1. Betancourt, M., 2013. A general metric for Riemannian manifold
Hamiltonian Monte Carlo. In Geometric science of information
(pp. 327-334).
"""

def __init__(
self,
neg_log_dens,
hess_neg_log_dens=None,
mtp_neg_log_dens=None,
softabs_coeff=1.0,
):
"""
Args:
neg_log_dens (Callable[[array], float]): Function which given a
position array returns the negative logarithm of an
unnormalized probability density on the position space with
respect to the Lebesgue measure, with the corresponding
distribution on the position space being the target
distribution it is wished to draw approximate samples from.
None or Callable[[array], array or Tuple[array, float]]):
Function which given a position array returns the derivative of
neg_log_dens with respect to the position array argument.
Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values
with the first being the array corresponding to the derivative
and the second being the value of the neg_log_dens evaluated
at the passed position array. If None is passed (the default)
an automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt
to construct the derivative of neg_log_dens automatically.
hess_neg_log_dens (None or
Callable[[array], array or Tuple[array, array, float]]):
Function which given a position array returns the Hessian of
neg_log_dens with respect to the position array argument as a
2D array. Optionally the function may instead return a 3-tuple
of values with the first a 2D array containting the Hessian of
neg_log_dens, the second a 1D array containing the gradient
of neg_log_dens and the third the value of neg_log_dens,
all evaluated at the passed position array. If None is passed
(the default) an automatic differentiation fallback will be
used to attempt to construct a function which calculates the
Hessian (and gradient and value) of neg_log_dens
automatically.
mtp_neg_log_dens (None or
Callable[[array], Callable[[array], array]] or
Callable[[array], Tuple[Callable, array, array, float]]):
Function which given a position array returns another function
which takes a 2D array (matrix) as an argument and returns the
*matrix-Tressian-product* (MTP) of neg_log_dens with respect
to the position array argument. The MTP is here defined as a
function of a matrix m corresponding to

mtp(m) = sum(m[:, :, None] * tress[:, :, :], axis=(0, 1))

where tress is the 'Tressian' of f = neg_log_dens(q) wrt
q i.e. the 3D array of third-order partial derivatives of the
scalar-valued function such that

tress[i, j, k] = ∂³f / (∂q[i] ∂q[j] ∂q[k])

Optionally the function may instead return a 4-tuple of values
with the first a function to compute a MTP of neg_log_dens,
the second a 2D array containing the Hessian of neg_log_dens,
the third a 1D array containing the gradient of neg_log_dens
and the fourth the value of neg_log_dens, all evaluated at
the passed position array. If None is passed (the default) an
automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt to
construct a function which calculates the MTP (and Hesisan and
gradient and value) of neg_log_dens automatically.
softabs_coeff (float): Positive regularisation coefficient for
smooth approximation to absolute value used to regularize
Hessian eigenvalues in metric matrix representation. As the
value tends to infinity the approximation becomes increasingly
close to the absolute function.
"""
self._hess_neg_log_dens = autodiff_fallback(
)
self._mtp_neg_log_dens = autodiff_fallback(
mtp_neg_log_dens,
neg_log_dens,
"mtp_neg_log_dens",
)
super().__init__(
neg_log_dens,
matrices.SoftAbsRegularizedPositiveDefiniteMatrix,
self._hess_neg_log_dens,
self._mtp_neg_log_dens,
metric_kwargs={"softabs_coeff": softabs_coeff},
)

def metric_func(self, state):
return self.hess_neg_log_dens(state)

def vjp_metric_func(self, state):
return self.mtp_neg_log_dens(state)

def hess_neg_log_dens(self, state):
"""Hessian of negative log density with respect to position.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute value at.

Returns:
hessian (array): 2D array of neg_log_dens(state) second
derivatives with respect to state.pos, with hessian[i, j]
the second derivative of neg_log_dens(state) with respect to
state.pos[i] and state.pos[j].
"""
return self._hess_neg_log_dens(state.pos)

@cache_in_state_with_aux(
)
def mtp_neg_log_dens(self, state):
"""Generate MTP of negative log density with respect to position.

The matrix-Tressian-product (MTP) is here defined as a function of a
matrix m corresponding to

mtp(m) = sum(m[:, :, None] * tress[:, :, :], axis=(0, 1))

where tress is the 'Tressian' of f = neg_log_dens(q) with respect
to q = state.pos i.e. the 3D array of third-order partial derivatives
of the scalar-valued function such that

tress[i, j, k] = ∂³f / (∂q[i] ∂q[j] ∂q[k])

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute value at.

Returns:
mtp (Callable[[array], array]): Function which accepts a 2D array
of shape (state.pos.shape, state.pos.shape) as an
argument and returns an array of shape state.pos.shape
containing the computed MTP value.
"""
return self._mtp_neg_log_dens(state.pos)

## Classes

 class System (neg_log_dens, grad_neg_log_dens=None) 

Base class for Hamiltonian systems.

The Hamiltonian function $h$ is assumed to have the general form

where $q$ and $p$ are the position and momentum variables respectively, and $h_1$ and $h_2$ Hamiltonian component functions. The exact Hamiltonian flow for the $h_1$ component can be always be computed as it depends only on the position variable however depending on the form of $h_2$ the corresponding exact Hamiltonian flow may or may not be simulable.

By default $h_1$ is assumed to correspond to the negative logarithm of an unnormalized density on the position variables with respect to the Lebesgue measure, with the corresponding distribution on the position space being the target distribution it is wished to draw approximate samples from.

## Args

neg_log_dens : Callable[[array], float]
Function which given a position array returns the negative logarithm of an unnormalized probability density on the position space with respect to the Lebesgue measure, with the corresponding distribution on the position space being the target distribution it is wished to draw approximate samples from.
grad_neg_log_dens :
None or Callable[[array], array or Tuple[array, float]]

Function which given a position array returns the derivative of neg_log_dens with respect to the position array argument. Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values with the first being the array corresponding to the derivative and the second being the value of the neg_log_dens evaluated at the passed position array. If None is passed (the default) an automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt to construct the derivative of neg_log_dens automatically.

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class System(ABC):
r"""Base class for Hamiltonian systems.

The Hamiltonian function $$h$$ is assumed to have the general form

$h(q, p) = h_1(q) + h_2(q, p)$

where $$q$$ and $$p$$ are the position and momentum variables respectively,
and $$h_1$$ and $$h_2$$ Hamiltonian component functions. The exact
Hamiltonian flow for the $$h_1$$ component can be always be computed as it
depends only on the position variable however depending on the form of
$$h_2$$ the corresponding exact Hamiltonian flow may or may not be
simulable.

By default $$h_1$$ is assumed to correspond to the negative logarithm of an
unnormalized density on the position variables with respect to the Lebesgue
measure, with the corresponding distribution on the position space being
the target distribution it is wished to draw approximate samples from.
"""

"""
Args:
neg_log_dens (Callable[[array], float]): Function which given a
position array returns the negative logarithm of an
unnormalized probability density on the position space with
respect to the Lebesgue measure, with the corresponding
distribution on the position space being the target
distribution it is wished to draw approximate samples from.
None or Callable[[array], array or Tuple[array, float]]):
Function which given a position array returns the derivative of
neg_log_dens with respect to the position array argument.
Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values
with the first being the array corresponding to the derivative
and the second being the value of the neg_log_dens evaluated
at the passed position array. If None is passed (the default)
an automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt
to construct the derivative of neg_log_dens automatically.
"""
self._neg_log_dens = neg_log_dens
)

@cache_in_state("pos")
def neg_log_dens(self, state):
"""Negative logarithm of unnormalized density of target distribution.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute value at.

Returns:
float: Value of computed negative log density.
"""
return self._neg_log_dens(state.pos)

@cache_in_state_with_aux("pos", "neg_log_dens")
"""Derivative of negative log density with respect to position.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute value at.

Returns:
array: Value of neg_log_dens(state) derivative with respect to
state.pos.
"""

def h1(self, state):
"""Hamiltonian component depending only on position.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute value at.

Returns:
float: Value of h1 Hamiltonian component.
"""
return self.neg_log_dens(state)

def dh1_dpos(self, state):
"""Derivative of h1 Hamiltonian component with respect to position.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute value at.

Returns:
array: Value of computed h1 derivative.
"""

def h1_flow(self, state, dt):
"""Apply exact flow map corresponding to h1 Hamiltonian component.

state argument is modified in place.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to start flow at.
dt (float): Time interval to simulate flow for.
"""
state.mom -= dt * self.dh1_dpos(state)

@abstractmethod
def h2(self, state):
"""Hamiltonian component depending on momentum and optionally position.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute value at.

Returns:
float: Value of h2 Hamiltonian component.
"""

@abstractmethod
def dh2_dmom(self, state):
"""Derivative of h2 Hamiltonian component with respect to momentum.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute value at.

Returns:
array: Value of h2(state) derivative with respect to state.pos.
"""

def h(self, state):
"""Hamiltonian function for system.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute value at.

Returns:
float: Value of Hamiltonian.
"""
return self.h1(state) + self.h2(state)

def dh_dpos(self, state):
"""Derivative of Hamiltonian with respect to position.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute value at.

Returns:
array: Value of h(state) derivative with respect to state.pos.
"""
if hasattr(self, "dh2_dpos"):
return self.dh1_dpos(state) + self.dh2_dpos(state)
else:
return self.dh1_dpos(state)

def dh_dmom(self, state):
"""Derivative of Hamiltonian with respect to momentum.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute value at.

Returns:
array: Value of h(state) derivative with respect to state.mom.
"""
return self.dh2_dmom(state)

@abstractmethod
def sample_momentum(self, state, rng):
"""
Sample a momentum from its conditional distribution given a position.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State defining position to
condition on.

Returns:
mom (array): Sampled momentum.
"""

• abc.ABC

### Methods

 def neg_log_dens(self, state) 

Negative logarithm of unnormalized density of target distribution.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

float
Value of computed negative log density.
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@cache_in_state("pos")
def neg_log_dens(self, state):
"""Negative logarithm of unnormalized density of target distribution.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute value at.

Returns:
float: Value of computed negative log density.
"""
return self._neg_log_dens(state.pos)
 def grad_neg_log_dens(self, state) 

Derivative of negative log density with respect to position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of neg_log_dens(state) derivative with respect to state.pos.
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@cache_in_state_with_aux("pos", "neg_log_dens")
"""Derivative of negative log density with respect to position.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute value at.

Returns:
array: Value of neg_log_dens(state) derivative with respect to
state.pos.
"""
return self._grad_neg_log_dens(state.pos)
 def h1(self, state) 

Hamiltonian component depending only on position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

float
Value of h1 Hamiltonian component.
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def h1(self, state):
"""Hamiltonian component depending only on position.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute value at.

Returns:
float: Value of h1 Hamiltonian component.
"""
return self.neg_log_dens(state)
 def dh1_dpos(self, state) 

Derivative of h1 Hamiltonian component with respect to position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of computed h1 derivative.
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def dh1_dpos(self, state):
"""Derivative of h1 Hamiltonian component with respect to position.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute value at.

Returns:
array: Value of computed h1 derivative.
"""
return self.grad_neg_log_dens(state)
 def h1_flow(self, state, dt) 

Apply exact flow map corresponding to h1 Hamiltonian component.

state argument is modified in place.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to start flow at.
dt : float
Time interval to simulate flow for.
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def h1_flow(self, state, dt):
"""Apply exact flow map corresponding to h1 Hamiltonian component.

state argument is modified in place.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to start flow at.
dt (float): Time interval to simulate flow for.
"""
state.mom -= dt * self.dh1_dpos(state)
 def h2(self, state) 

Hamiltonian component depending on momentum and optionally position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

float
Value of h2 Hamiltonian component.
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@abstractmethod
def h2(self, state):
"""Hamiltonian component depending on momentum and optionally position.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute value at.

Returns:
float: Value of h2 Hamiltonian component.
"""
 def dh2_dmom(self, state) 

Derivative of h2 Hamiltonian component with respect to momentum.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of h2(state) derivative with respect to state.pos.
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@abstractmethod
def dh2_dmom(self, state):
"""Derivative of h2 Hamiltonian component with respect to momentum.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute value at.

Returns:
array: Value of h2(state) derivative with respect to state.pos.
"""
 def h(self, state) 

Hamiltonian function for system.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

float
Value of Hamiltonian.
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def h(self, state):
"""Hamiltonian function for system.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute value at.

Returns:
float: Value of Hamiltonian.
"""
return self.h1(state) + self.h2(state)
 def dh_dpos(self, state) 

Derivative of Hamiltonian with respect to position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of h(state) derivative with respect to state.pos.
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def dh_dpos(self, state):
"""Derivative of Hamiltonian with respect to position.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute value at.

Returns:
array: Value of h(state) derivative with respect to state.pos.
"""
if hasattr(self, "dh2_dpos"):
return self.dh1_dpos(state) + self.dh2_dpos(state)
else:
return self.dh1_dpos(state)
 def dh_dmom(self, state) 

Derivative of Hamiltonian with respect to momentum.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of h(state) derivative with respect to state.mom.
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def dh_dmom(self, state):
"""Derivative of Hamiltonian with respect to momentum.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute value at.

Returns:
array: Value of h(state) derivative with respect to state.mom.
"""
return self.dh2_dmom(state)
 def sample_momentum(self, state, rng) 

Sample a momentum from its conditional distribution given a position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State defining position to condition on.

## Returns

mom : array
Sampled momentum.
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@abstractmethod
def sample_momentum(self, state, rng):
"""
Sample a momentum from its conditional distribution given a position.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State defining position to
condition on.

Returns:
mom (array): Sampled momentum.
"""
 class EuclideanMetricSystem (neg_log_dens, metric=None, grad_neg_log_dens=None) 

Hamiltonian system with a Euclidean metric on the position space.

Here Euclidean metric is defined to mean a metric with a fixed positive definite matrix representation $M$. The momentum variables are taken to be independent of the position variables and with a zero-mean Gaussian marginal distribution with covariance specified by $M$, so that the $h_2$ Hamiltonian component is

where $q$ and $p$ are the position and momentum variables respectively.

The $h_1$ Hamiltonian component function is

where $\ell(q)$ is the negative log (unnormalized) density of the target distribution with respect to the Lebesgue measure.

## Args

neg_log_dens : Callable[[array], float]
Function which given a position array returns the negative logarithm of an unnormalized probability density on the position space with respect to the Lebesgue measure, with the corresponding distribution on the position space being the target distribution it is wished to draw approximate samples from.
metric : None or array or PositiveDefiniteMatrix
Matrix object corresponding to matrix representation of metric on position space and covariance of Gaussian marginal distribution on momentum vector. If None is passed (the default), the identity matrix will be used. If a 1D array is passed then this is assumed to specify a metric with positive diagonal matrix representation and the array the matrix diagonal. If a 2D array is passed then this is assumed to specify a metric with a dense positive definite matrix representation specified by the array. Otherwise if the value is a subclass of PositiveDefiniteMatrix it is assumed to directly specify the metric matrix representation.
grad_neg_log_dens :
None or Callable[[array], array or Tuple[array, float]]

Function which given a position array returns the derivative of neg_log_dens with respect to the position array argument. Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values with the first being the array corresponding to the derivative and the second being the value of the neg_log_dens evaluated at the passed position array. If None is passed (the default) an automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt to construct the derivative of neg_log_dens automatically.

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class EuclideanMetricSystem(System):
r"""Hamiltonian system with a Euclidean metric on the position space.

Here Euclidean metric is defined to mean a metric with a fixed positive
definite matrix representation $$M$$. The momentum variables are taken to
be independent of the position variables and with a zero-mean Gaussian
marginal distribution with covariance specified by $$M$$, so that the
$$h_2$$ Hamiltonian component is

$h_2(q, p) = \frac{1}{2} p^T M^{-1} p$

where $$q$$ and $$p$$ are the position and momentum variables respectively.

The $$h_1$$ Hamiltonian component function is

$h_1(q) = \ell(q)$

where $$\ell(q)$$ is the negative log (unnormalized) density of
the target distribution with respect to the Lebesgue measure.
"""

"""
Args:
neg_log_dens (Callable[[array], float]): Function which given a
position array returns the negative logarithm of an
unnormalized probability density on the position space with
respect to the Lebesgue measure, with the corresponding
distribution on the position space being the target
distribution it is wished to draw approximate samples from.
metric (None or array or PositiveDefiniteMatrix): Matrix object
corresponding to matrix representation of metric on position
space and covariance of Gaussian marginal distribution on
momentum vector. If None is passed (the default), the
identity matrix will be used. If a 1D array is passed then this
is assumed to specify a metric with positive diagonal matrix
representation and the array the matrix diagonal. If a 2D array
is passed then this is assumed to specify a metric with a dense
positive definite matrix representation specified by the array.
Otherwise if the value is a subclass of
mici.matrices.PositiveDefiniteMatrix it is assumed to
directly specify the metric matrix representation.
None or Callable[[array], array or Tuple[array, float]]):
Function which given a position array returns the derivative of
neg_log_dens with respect to the position array argument.
Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values
with the first being the array corresponding to the derivative
and the second being the value of the neg_log_dens evaluated
at the passed position array. If None is passed (the default)
an automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt
to construct the derivative of neg_log_dens automatically.
"""
if metric is None:
self.metric = matrices.IdentityMatrix()
elif isinstance(metric, np.ndarray):
if metric.ndim == 1:
self.metric = matrices.PositiveDiagonalMatrix(metric)
elif metric.ndim == 2:
self.metric = matrices.DensePositiveDefiniteMatrix(metric)
else:
raise ValueError(
"If NumPy ndarray value is used for metric"
" must be either 1D (diagonal matrix) or 2D "
"(dense positive definite matrix)"
)
else:
self.metric = metric

@cache_in_state("mom")
def h2(self, state):
return 0.5 * state.mom @ self.dh2_dmom(state)

@cache_in_state("mom")
def dh2_dmom(self, state):
return self.metric.inv @ state.mom

def h2_flow(self, state, dt):
"""Apply exact flow map corresponding to h2 Hamiltonian component.

state argument is modified in place.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to start flow at.
dt (float): Time interval to simulate flow for.
"""
state.pos += dt * self.dh2_dmom(state)

def dh2_flow_dmom(self, dt):
"""Derivatives of h2_flow flow map with respect to input momentum.

Args:
dt (float): Time interval flow simulated for.

Returns:
dpos_dmom (mici.matrices.Matrix): Matrix representing derivative
(Jacobian) of position output of h2_flow with respect to the
value of the momentum component of the initial input state.
dmom_dmom (mici.matrices.Matrix): Matrix representing derivative
(Jacobian) of momentum output of h2_flow with respect to the
value of the momentum component of the initial input state.
"""
return (dt * self.metric.inv, matrices.IdentityMatrix(self.metric.shape))

def sample_momentum(self, state, rng):
return self.metric.sqrt @ rng.standard_normal(state.pos.shape)

### Methods

 def h2(self, state) 

Hamiltonian component depending on momentum and optionally position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

float
Value of h2 Hamiltonian component.
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@cache_in_state("mom")
def h2(self, state):
return 0.5 * state.mom @ self.dh2_dmom(state)
 def dh2_dmom(self, state) 

Derivative of h2 Hamiltonian component with respect to momentum.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of h2(state) derivative with respect to state.pos.
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@cache_in_state("mom")
def dh2_dmom(self, state):
return self.metric.inv @ state.mom
 def h2_flow(self, state, dt) 

Apply exact flow map corresponding to h2 Hamiltonian component.

state argument is modified in place.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to start flow at.
dt : float
Time interval to simulate flow for.
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def h2_flow(self, state, dt):
"""Apply exact flow map corresponding to h2 Hamiltonian component.

state argument is modified in place.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to start flow at.
dt (float): Time interval to simulate flow for.
"""
state.pos += dt * self.dh2_dmom(state)
 def dh2_flow_dmom(self, dt) 

Derivatives of h2_flow flow map with respect to input momentum.

## Args

dt : float
Time interval flow simulated for.

## Returns

dpos_dmom : Matrix
Matrix representing derivative (Jacobian) of position output of h2_flow with respect to the value of the momentum component of the initial input state.
dmom_dmom : Matrix
Matrix representing derivative (Jacobian) of momentum output of h2_flow with respect to the value of the momentum component of the initial input state.
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def dh2_flow_dmom(self, dt):
"""Derivatives of h2_flow flow map with respect to input momentum.

Args:
dt (float): Time interval flow simulated for.

Returns:
dpos_dmom (mici.matrices.Matrix): Matrix representing derivative
(Jacobian) of position output of h2_flow with respect to the
value of the momentum component of the initial input state.
dmom_dmom (mici.matrices.Matrix): Matrix representing derivative
(Jacobian) of momentum output of h2_flow with respect to the
value of the momentum component of the initial input state.
"""
return (dt * self.metric.inv, matrices.IdentityMatrix(self.metric.shape))
 def sample_momentum(self, state, rng) 

Sample a momentum from its conditional distribution given a position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State defining position to condition on.

## Returns

mom : array
Sampled momentum.
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def sample_momentum(self, state, rng):
return self.metric.sqrt @ rng.standard_normal(state.pos.shape)
 def neg_log_dens(self, state) 

Negative logarithm of unnormalized density of target distribution.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

float
Value of computed negative log density.
 def grad_neg_log_dens(self, state) 

Derivative of negative log density with respect to position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of neg_log_dens(state) derivative with respect to state.pos.
 def h1(self, state) 

Hamiltonian component depending only on position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

float
Value of h1 Hamiltonian component.
 def dh1_dpos(self, state) 

Derivative of h1 Hamiltonian component with respect to position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of computed h1 derivative.
 def h1_flow(self, state, dt) 

Apply exact flow map corresponding to h1 Hamiltonian component.

state argument is modified in place.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to start flow at.
dt : float
Time interval to simulate flow for.
 def h(self, state) 

Hamiltonian function for system.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

float
Value of Hamiltonian.
 def dh_dpos(self, state) 

Derivative of Hamiltonian with respect to position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of h(state) derivative with respect to state.pos.
 def dh_dmom(self, state) 

Derivative of Hamiltonian with respect to momentum.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of h(state) derivative with respect to state.mom.
 class GaussianEuclideanMetricSystem (neg_log_dens, metric=None, grad_neg_log_dens=None) 

Euclidean Hamiltonian system with a tractable Gaussian component.

Here Euclidean metric is defined to mean a metric with a fixed positive definite matrix representation $M$. The momentum variables are taken to be independent of the position variables and with a zero-mean Gaussian marginal distribution with covariance specified by $M$.

Additionally the target distribution on the position variables is assumed to be defined by an unnormalized density with respect to the standard Gaussian measure on the position space (with identity covariance and zero mean), with the Hamiltonian component $h_1$ corresponding to the negative logarithm of this density rather than the density with respect to the Lebesgue measure on the position space, i.e.

where $q$ is the position and $\ell(q)$ is the negative log (unnormalized) density of the target distribution with respect to the Lebesgue measure at $q$. The Hamiltonian component function $h_2$ is then assumed to have the form

where $p$ is the momentum. In this case the Hamiltonian flow due to the quadratic $h_2$ component can be solved for analytically, allowing an integrator to be defined using this alternative splitting of the Hamiltonian .

1. Shahbaba, B., Lan, S., Johnson, W.O. and Neal, R.M., 2014. Split Hamiltonian Monte Carlo. Statistics and Computing, 24(3), pp.339-349.

## Args

neg_log_dens : Callable[[array], float]
Function which given a position array returns the negative logarithm of an unnormalized probability density on the position space with respect to the standard Gaussian measure on the position space, with the corresponding distribution on the position space being the target distribution it is wished to draw approximate samples from.
metric : None or array or PositiveDefiniteMatrix
Matrix object corresponding to matrix representation of metric on position space and covariance of Gaussian marginal distribution on momentum vector. If None is passed (the default), the identity matrix will be used. If a 1D array is passed then this is assumed to specify a metric with positive diagonal matrix representation and the array the matrix diagonal. If a 2D array is passed then this is assumed to specify a metric with a dense positive definite matrix representation specified by the array. Otherwise if the value is a subclass of PositiveDefiniteMatrix it is assumed to directly specify the metric matrix representation.
grad_neg_log_dens :
None or Callable[[array], array or Tuple[array, float]]

Function which given a position array returns the derivative of neg_log_dens with respect to the position array argument. Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values with the first being the array corresponding to the derivative and the second being the value of the neg_log_dens evaluated at the passed position array. If None is passed (the default) an automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt to construct the derivative of neg_log_dens automatically.

 class ConstrainedEuclideanMetricSystem (neg_log_dens, constr, metric=None, dens_wrt_hausdorff=True, grad_neg_log_dens=None, jacob_constr=None) 

Base class for Euclidean Hamiltonian systems subject to constraints.

The (constrained) position space is assumed to be a differentiable manifold embedded with a $Q$-dimensional ambient Euclidean space. The $Q-C$ dimensional manifold $\mathcal{M}$ is implicitly defined by an equation $\mathcal{M} = \lbrace q \in \mathbb{R}^Q : c(q) = 0 \rbrace$ with $c: \mathbb{R}^Q \to \mathbb{R}^C$ the constraint function.

The ambient Euclidean space is assumed to be equipped with a metric with constant positive-definite matrix representation $M$ which further specifies the covariance of the zero-mean Gaussian distribution $\mathcal{N}(0, M)$ on the unconstrained momentum (co-)vector $p$ with corresponding $h_2$ Hamiltonian component defined as

The time-derivative of the constraint equation implies a further set of constraints on the momentum $q$ with $\partial c(q) M^{-1} p = 0$ at all time points, corresponding to the momentum (velocity) being in the co-tangent space (tangent space) to the manifold.

The target distribution is either assumed to be directly specified with unnormalized density $\exp(-\ell(q))$ with respect to the Hausdorff measure on the manifold (under the metric induced from the ambient metric) with in this case the $h_1$ Hamiltonian component then simply

or alternatively it is assumed a prior distribution on the position $q$ with density $\exp(-\ell(q))$ with respect to the Lebesgue measure on the ambient space is specifed and the target distribution is the posterior distribution on $q$ when conditioning on the event $c(q) = 0$. The negative logarithm of the posterior distribution density with respect to the Hausdorff measure (and so $h_1$ Hamiltonian component) is then

with an additional second Gram matrix determinant term to give the correct density with respect to the Hausdorff measure on the manifold.

Due to the requirement to enforce the constraints on the position and momentum, a constraint-preserving numerical integrator needs to be used when simulating the Hamiltonian dynamic associated with the system, e.g. ConstrainedLeapfrogIntegrator.

## References

1. Lelièvre, T., Rousset, M. and Stoltz, G., 2019. Hybrid Monte Carlo methods for sampling probability measures on submanifolds. Numerische Mathematik, 143(2), pp.379-421.
2. Graham, M.M. and Storkey, A.J., 2017. Asymptotically exact inference in differentiable generative models. Electronic Journal of Statistics, 11(2), pp.5105-5164.

## Args

neg_log_dens : Callable[[array], float]

Function which given a position array returns the negative logarithm of an unnormalized probability density on the constrained position space with respect to the Hausdorff measure on the constraint manifold (if dens_wrt_hausdorff == True) or alternatively the negative logarithm of an unnormalized probability density on the unconstrained (ambient) position space with respect to the Lebesgue measure. In the former case the target distribution it is wished to draw approximate samples from is assumed to be directly specified by the density function on the manifold. In the latter case the density function is instead taken to specify a prior distribution on the ambient space with the target distribution then corresponding to the posterior distribution when conditioning on the (zero Lebesgue measure) event constr(pos) == 0. This target posterior distribution has support on the differentiable manifold implicitly defined by the constraint equation, with density with respect to the Hausdorff measure on the manifold corresponding to the ratio of the prior density (specified by neg_log_dens) and the square-root of the determinant of the Gram matrix defined by

gram(q) = jacob_constr(q) @ inv(metric) @ jacob_constr(q).T


where jacob_constr is the Jacobian of the constraint function constr and metric is the matrix representation of the metric on the ambient space.

constr : Callable[[array], array]
Function which given a position array return as a 1D array the value of the (vector-valued) constraint function, the zero level-set of which implicitly defines the manifold the dynamic is simulated on.
metric : None or array or PositiveDefiniteMatrix
Matrix object corresponding to matrix representation of metric on unconstrained position space and covariance of Gaussian marginal distribution on unconstrained momentum vector. If None is passed (the default), the identity matrix will be used. If a 1D array is passed then this is assumed to specify a metric with positive diagonal matrix representation and the array the matrix diagonal. If a 2D array is passed then this is assumed to specify a metric with a dense positive definite matrix representation specified by the array. Otherwise if the value is a PositiveDefiniteMatrix subclass it is assumed to directly specify the metric matrix representation.
dens_wrt_hausdorff : bool
Whether the neg_log_dens function specifies the (negative logarithm) of the density of the target distribution with respect to the Hausdorff measure on the manifold directly (True) or alternatively the negative logarithm of a density of a prior distriubtion on the unconstrained (ambient) position space with respect to the Lebesgue measure, with the target distribution then corresponding to the posterior distribution when conditioning on the event const(pos) == 0 (False). Note that in the former case the base Hausdorff measure on the manifold depends on the metric defined on the ambient space, with the Hausdorff measure being defined with respect to the metric induced on the manifold from this ambient metric.
grad_neg_log_dens :
None or Callable[[array], array or Tuple[array, float]]

Function which given a position array returns the derivative of neg_log_dens with respect to the position array argument. Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values with the first being the array corresponding to the derivative and the second being the value of the neg_log_dens evaluated at the passed position array. If None is passed (the default) an automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt to construct a function to compute the derivative (and value) of neg_log_dens automatically.

jacob_constr :
None or Callable[[array], array or Tuple[array, array]]

Function which given a position array computes the Jacobian (matrix / 2D array of partial derivatives) of the output of the constraint function c = constr(q) with respect to the position array argument q, returning the computed Jacobian as a 2D array jacob with

jacob[i, j] = ∂c[i] / ∂q[j]


Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values with the first being the array corresponding to the Jacobian and the second being the value of constr evaluated at the passed position array. If None is passed (the default) an automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt to construct a function to compute the Jacobian (and value) of constr automatically.

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class ConstrainedEuclideanMetricSystem(EuclideanMetricSystem):
r"""Base class for Euclidean Hamiltonian systems subject to constraints.

The (constrained) position space is assumed to be a differentiable manifold
embedded with a $$Q$$-dimensional ambient Euclidean space. The $$Q-C$$
dimensional manifold $$\mathcal{M}$$ is implicitly defined by an equation
$$\mathcal{M} = \lbrace q \in \mathbb{R}^Q : c(q) = 0 \rbrace$$ with
$$c: \mathbb{R}^Q \to \mathbb{R}^C$$ the *constraint function*.

The ambient Euclidean space is assumed to be equipped with a metric with
constant positive-definite matrix representation $$M$$ which further
specifies the covariance of the zero-mean Gaussian distribution
$$\mathcal{N}(0, M)$$ on the *unconstrained* momentum (co-)vector $$p$$
with corresponding $$h_2$$ Hamiltonian component defined as

$h_2(q, p) = \frac{1}{2} p^T M^{-1} p.$

The time-derivative of the constraint equation implies a further set of
constraints on the momentum $$q$$ with $$\partial c(q) M^{-1} p = 0$$
at all time points, corresponding to the momentum (velocity) being in the
co-tangent space (tangent space) to the manifold.

The target distribution is either assumed to be directly specified with
unnormalized density $$\exp(-\ell(q))$$ with respect to the Hausdorff
measure on the manifold (under the metric induced from the ambient metric)
with in this case the $$h_1$$ Hamiltonian component then simply

$h_1(q) = \ell(q),$

or alternatively it is assumed a prior distribution on the position $$q$$
with density $$\exp(-\ell(q))$$ with respect to the Lebesgue measure on
the ambient space is specifed and the target distribution is the posterior
distribution on $$q$$ when conditioning on the event $$c(q) = 0$$. The
negative logarithm of the posterior distribution density with respect to
the Hausdorff measure (and so $$h_1$$ Hamiltonian component) is then

$h_1(q) = \ell(q) + \frac{1}{2} \log\left|\partial c(q)M^{-1}\partial c(q)^T\right|$

with an additional second *Gram matrix* determinant term to give the
correct density with respect to the Hausdorff measure on the manifold.

Due to the requirement to enforce the constraints on the position and
momentum, a constraint-preserving numerical integrator needs to be used
when simulating the Hamiltonian dynamic associated with the system, e.g.
mici.integrators.ConstrainedLeapfrogIntegrator.

References:

1. Lelièvre, T., Rousset, M. and Stoltz, G., 2019. Hybrid Monte Carlo
methods for sampling probability measures on submanifolds. Numerische
Mathematik, 143(2), pp.379-421.
2. Graham, M.M. and Storkey, A.J., 2017. Asymptotically exact inference
in differentiable generative models. Electronic Journal of Statistics,
11(2), pp.5105-5164.
"""

def __init__(
self,
neg_log_dens,
constr,
metric=None,
dens_wrt_hausdorff=True,
jacob_constr=None,
):
"""
Args:
neg_log_dens (Callable[[array], float]): Function which given a
position array returns the negative logarithm of an
unnormalized probability density on the constrained position
space with respect to the Hausdorff measure on the constraint
manifold (if dens_wrt_hausdorff == True) or alternatively the
negative logarithm of an unnormalized probability density on
the unconstrained (ambient) position space with respect to the
Lebesgue measure. In the former case the target distribution it
is wished to draw approximate samples from is assumed to be
directly specified by the density function on the manifold. In
the latter case the density function is instead taken to
specify a prior distribution on the ambient space with the
target distribution then corresponding to the posterior
distribution when conditioning on the (zero Lebesgue measure)
event constr(pos) == 0. This target posterior distribution
has support on the differentiable manifold implicitly defined
by the constraint equation, with density with respect to the
Hausdorff measure on the manifold corresponding to the ratio of
the prior density (specified by neg_log_dens) and the
square-root of the determinant of the Gram matrix defined by

gram(q) = jacob_constr(q) @ inv(metric) @ jacob_constr(q).T

where jacob_constr is the Jacobian of the constraint function
constr and metric is the matrix representation of the
metric on the ambient space.
constr (Callable[[array], array]): Function which given a position
array return as a 1D array the value of the (vector-valued)
constraint function, the zero level-set of which implicitly
defines the manifold the dynamic is simulated on.
metric (None or array or PositiveDefiniteMatrix): Matrix object
corresponding to matrix representation of metric on
*unconstrained* position space and covariance of Gaussian
marginal distribution on *unconstrained* momentum vector. If
None is passed (the default), the identity matrix will be
used. If a 1D array is passed then this is assumed to specify a
metric with positive diagonal matrix representation and the
array the matrix diagonal. If a 2D array is passed then this is
assumed to specify a metric with a dense positive definite
matrix representation specified by the array. Otherwise if the
value is a mici.matrices.PositiveDefiniteMatrix subclass it
is assumed to directly specify the metric matrix
representation.
dens_wrt_hausdorff (bool): Whether the neg_log_dens function
specifies the (negative logarithm) of the density of the target
distribution with respect to the Hausdorff measure on the
manifold directly (True) or alternatively the negative
logarithm of a density of a prior distriubtion on the
unconstrained (ambient) position space with respect to the
Lebesgue measure, with the target distribution then
corresponding to the posterior distribution when conditioning
on the event const(pos) == 0 (False). Note that in the former
case the base Hausdorff measure on the manifold depends on the
metric defined on the ambient space, with the Hausdorff measure
being defined with respect to the metric induced on the
manifold from this ambient metric.
None or Callable[[array], array or Tuple[array, float]]):
Function which given a position array returns the derivative of
neg_log_dens with respect to the position array argument.
Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values
with the first being the array corresponding to the derivative
and the second being the value of the neg_log_dens evaluated
at the passed position array. If None is passed (the default)
an automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt
to construct a function to compute the derivative (and value)
of neg_log_dens automatically.
jacob_constr (
None or Callable[[array], array or Tuple[array, array]]):
Function which given a position array computes the Jacobian
(matrix / 2D array of partial derivatives) of the output of the
constraint function c = constr(q) with respect to the position
array argument q, returning the computed Jacobian as a 2D
array jacob with

jacob[i, j] = ∂c[i] / ∂q[j]

Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values
with the first being the array corresponding to the Jacobian and
the second being the value of constr evaluated at the passed
position array. If None is passed (the default) an automatic
differentiation fallback will be used to attempt to construct a
function to compute the Jacobian (and value) of constr
automatically.
"""
super().__init__(
neg_log_dens=neg_log_dens,
metric=metric,
)
self._constr = constr
self.dens_wrt_hausdorff = dens_wrt_hausdorff
self._jacob_constr = autodiff_fallback(
jacob_constr, constr, "jacobian_and_value", "jacob_constr"
)

@cache_in_state("pos")
def constr(self, state):
"""Constraint function at the current position.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute value at.

Returns:
array: Value of constr(state.pos) as 1D array.
"""
return self._constr(state.pos)

@cache_in_state_with_aux("pos", "constr")
def jacob_constr(self, state):
"""Jacobian of constraint function at the current position.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute value at.

Returns:
array: Value of Jacobian of constr(state.pos) as 2D array.
"""
return self._jacob_constr(state.pos)

@abstractmethod
def jacob_constr_inner_product(
self, jacob_constr_1, inner_product_matrix, jacob_constr_2=None
):
"""Compute inner product of rows of constraint Jacobian matrices.

Computes jacob_constr_1 @ inner_product_matrix @ jacob_constr_2.T
potentially exploiting any structure / sparsity in jacob_constr_1,
jacob_constr_2 and inner_product_matrix.

Args:
jacob_constr_1 (Matrix): First constraint Jacobian in product.
inner_product_matrix (Matrix): Positive-definite matrix defining
inner-product between rows of two constraint Jacobians.
jacob_constr_2 (None or Matrix): Second constraint Jacobian in
product. Defaults to jacob_constr_1 if set to None.

Returns
Matrix: Object corresponding to computed inner products of
the constraint Jacobian rows.
"""

@cache_in_state("pos")
def gram(self, state):
"""Gram matrix at current position.

The Gram matrix as a position q is defined as

gram(q) = jacob_constr(q) @ inv(metric) @ jacob_constr(q).T

where jacob_constr is the Jacobian of the constraint function
constr and metric is the matrix representation of the metric on the
ambient space.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute value at.

Returns:
mici.matrices.PositiveDefiniteMatrix: Gram matrix as matrix object.
"""
return self.jacob_constr_inner_product(
self.jacob_constr(state), self.metric.inv
)

def inv_gram(self, state):
"""Inverse of Gram matrix at current position.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute value at.

Returns:
mici.matrices.PositiveDefiniteMatrix: Inverse of Gram matrix as
matrix object.
"""
return self.gram(state).inv

def log_det_sqrt_gram(self, state):
"""Value of (half of) log-determinant of Gram matrix."""
return 0.5 * self.gram(state).log_abs_det

@abstractmethod
"""Derivative of (half of) log-determinant of Gram matrix wrt position.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute value at.

Returns:
array: Value of log_det_sqrt_gram(state) derivative with respect
to state.pos.
"""

def h1(self, state):
if self.dens_wrt_hausdorff:
return self.neg_log_dens(state)
else:
return self.neg_log_dens(state) + self.log_det_sqrt_gram(state)

def dh1_dpos(self, state):
if self.dens_wrt_hausdorff:
else:

def project_onto_cotangent_space(self, mom, state):
"""Project a momentum on to the co-tangent space at a position.

Args:
mom (array): Momentum (co-)vector as 1D array to project on to
co-tangent space.
state (mici.states.ChainState): State definining position on the
manifold to project in to the co-tangent space of.

Returns:
array: Projected momentum in the co-tangent space at state.pos.
"""
# Use parenthesis to force right-to-left evaluation to avoid
# matrix-matrix products
mom -= self.jacob_constr(state).T @ (
self.inv_gram(state) @ (self.jacob_constr(state) @ (self.metric.inv @ mom))
)
return mom

def sample_momentum(self, state, rng):
mom = super().sample_momentum(state, rng)
mom = self.project_onto_cotangent_space(mom, state)
return mom

### Methods

 def constr(self, state) 

Constraint function at the current position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of constr(state.pos) as 1D array.
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@cache_in_state("pos")
def constr(self, state):
"""Constraint function at the current position.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute value at.

Returns:
array: Value of constr(state.pos) as 1D array.
"""
return self._constr(state.pos)
 def jacob_constr(self, state) 

Jacobian of constraint function at the current position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of Jacobian of constr(state.pos) as 2D array.
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@cache_in_state_with_aux("pos", "constr")
def jacob_constr(self, state):
"""Jacobian of constraint function at the current position.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute value at.

Returns:
array: Value of Jacobian of constr(state.pos) as 2D array.
"""
return self._jacob_constr(state.pos)
 def jacob_constr_inner_product(self, jacob_constr_1, inner_product_matrix, jacob_constr_2=None) 

Compute inner product of rows of constraint Jacobian matrices.

Computes jacob_constr_1 @ inner_product_matrix @ jacob_constr_2.T potentially exploiting any structure / sparsity in jacob_constr_1, jacob_constr_2 and inner_product_matrix.

## Args

jacob_constr_1 : Matrix
First constraint Jacobian in product.
inner_product_matrix : Matrix
Positive-definite matrix defining inner-product between rows of two constraint Jacobians.
jacob_constr_2 : None or Matrix
Second constraint Jacobian in product. Defaults to jacob_constr_1 if set to None.
Returns
Matrix: Object corresponding to computed inner products of the constraint Jacobian rows.
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@abstractmethod
def jacob_constr_inner_product(
self, jacob_constr_1, inner_product_matrix, jacob_constr_2=None
):
"""Compute inner product of rows of constraint Jacobian matrices.

Computes jacob_constr_1 @ inner_product_matrix @ jacob_constr_2.T
potentially exploiting any structure / sparsity in jacob_constr_1,
jacob_constr_2 and inner_product_matrix.

Args:
jacob_constr_1 (Matrix): First constraint Jacobian in product.
inner_product_matrix (Matrix): Positive-definite matrix defining
inner-product between rows of two constraint Jacobians.
jacob_constr_2 (None or Matrix): Second constraint Jacobian in
product. Defaults to jacob_constr_1 if set to None.

Returns
Matrix: Object corresponding to computed inner products of
the constraint Jacobian rows.
"""
 def gram(self, state) 

Gram matrix at current position.

The Gram matrix as a position q is defined as

gram(q) = jacob_constr(q) @ inv(metric) @ jacob_constr(q).T


where jacob_constr is the Jacobian of the constraint function constr and metric is the matrix representation of the metric on the ambient space.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

mici.matrices.PositiveDefiniteMatrix: Gram matrix as matrix object.

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@cache_in_state("pos")
def gram(self, state):
"""Gram matrix at current position.

The Gram matrix as a position q is defined as

gram(q) = jacob_constr(q) @ inv(metric) @ jacob_constr(q).T

where jacob_constr is the Jacobian of the constraint function
constr and metric is the matrix representation of the metric on the
ambient space.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute value at.

Returns:
mici.matrices.PositiveDefiniteMatrix: Gram matrix as matrix object.
"""
return self.jacob_constr_inner_product(
self.jacob_constr(state), self.metric.inv
)
 def inv_gram(self, state) 

Inverse of Gram matrix at current position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

PositiveDefiniteMatrix: Inverse of Gram matrix as
matrix object.
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def inv_gram(self, state):
"""Inverse of Gram matrix at current position.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute value at.

Returns:
mici.matrices.PositiveDefiniteMatrix: Inverse of Gram matrix as
matrix object.
"""
return self.gram(state).inv
 def log_det_sqrt_gram(self, state) 

Value of (half of) log-determinant of Gram matrix.

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def log_det_sqrt_gram(self, state):
"""Value of (half of) log-determinant of Gram matrix."""
return 0.5 * self.gram(state).log_abs_det
 def grad_log_det_sqrt_gram(self, state) 

Derivative of (half of) log-determinant of Gram matrix wrt position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of log_det_sqrt_gram(state) derivative with respect to state.pos.
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@abstractmethod
"""Derivative of (half of) log-determinant of Gram matrix wrt position.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute value at.

Returns:
array: Value of log_det_sqrt_gram(state) derivative with respect
to state.pos.
"""
 def h1(self, state) 

Hamiltonian component depending only on position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

float
Value of h1 Hamiltonian component.
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def h1(self, state):
if self.dens_wrt_hausdorff:
return self.neg_log_dens(state)
else:
return self.neg_log_dens(state) + self.log_det_sqrt_gram(state)
 def dh1_dpos(self, state) 

Derivative of h1 Hamiltonian component with respect to position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of computed h1 derivative.
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def dh1_dpos(self, state):
if self.dens_wrt_hausdorff:
else:
return self.grad_neg_log_dens(state) + self.grad_log_det_sqrt_gram(state)
 def project_onto_cotangent_space(self, mom, state) 

Project a momentum on to the co-tangent space at a position.

## Args

mom : array
Momentum (co-)vector as 1D array to project on to co-tangent space.
state : ChainState
State definining position on the manifold to project in to the co-tangent space of.

## Returns

array
Projected momentum in the co-tangent space at state.pos.
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def project_onto_cotangent_space(self, mom, state):
"""Project a momentum on to the co-tangent space at a position.

Args:
mom (array): Momentum (co-)vector as 1D array to project on to
co-tangent space.
state (mici.states.ChainState): State definining position on the
manifold to project in to the co-tangent space of.

Returns:
array: Projected momentum in the co-tangent space at state.pos.
"""
# Use parenthesis to force right-to-left evaluation to avoid
# matrix-matrix products
mom -= self.jacob_constr(state).T @ (
self.inv_gram(state) @ (self.jacob_constr(state) @ (self.metric.inv @ mom))
)
return mom
 def sample_momentum(self, state, rng) 

Sample a momentum from its conditional distribution given a position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State defining position to condition on.

## Returns

mom : array
Sampled momentum.
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def sample_momentum(self, state, rng):
mom = super().sample_momentum(state, rng)
mom = self.project_onto_cotangent_space(mom, state)
return mom
 def h2_flow(self, state, dt) 

Apply exact flow map corresponding to h2 Hamiltonian component.

state argument is modified in place.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to start flow at.
dt : float
Time interval to simulate flow for.
 def dh2_flow_dmom(self, dt) 

Derivatives of h2_flow flow map with respect to input momentum.

## Args

dt : float
Time interval flow simulated for.

## Returns

dpos_dmom : Matrix
Matrix representing derivative (Jacobian) of position output of h2_flow with respect to the value of the momentum component of the initial input state.
dmom_dmom : Matrix
Matrix representing derivative (Jacobian) of momentum output of h2_flow with respect to the value of the momentum component of the initial input state.
 def neg_log_dens(self, state) 

Negative logarithm of unnormalized density of target distribution.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

float
Value of computed negative log density.
 def grad_neg_log_dens(self, state) 

Derivative of negative log density with respect to position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of neg_log_dens(state) derivative with respect to state.pos.
 def h1_flow(self, state, dt) 

Apply exact flow map corresponding to h1 Hamiltonian component.

state argument is modified in place.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to start flow at.
dt : float
Time interval to simulate flow for.
 def h(self, state) 

Hamiltonian function for system.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

float
Value of Hamiltonian.
 def dh_dpos(self, state) 

Derivative of Hamiltonian with respect to position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of h(state) derivative with respect to state.pos.
 def dh_dmom(self, state) 

Derivative of Hamiltonian with respect to momentum.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of h(state) derivative with respect to state.mom.
 def h2(self, state) 

Hamiltonian component depending on momentum and optionally position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

float
Value of h2 Hamiltonian component.
 def dh2_dmom(self, state) 

Derivative of h2 Hamiltonian component with respect to momentum.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of h2(state) derivative with respect to state.pos.
 class DenseConstrainedEuclideanMetricSystem (neg_log_dens, constr, metric=None, dens_wrt_hausdorff=True, grad_neg_log_dens=None, jacob_constr=None, mhp_constr=None) 

Euclidean Hamiltonian system subject to a dense set of constraints.

See ConstrainedEuclideanMetricSystem for more details about constrained systems.

## Args

neg_log_dens : Callable[[array], float]

Function which given a position array returns the negative logarithm of an unnormalized probability density on the constrained position space with respect to the Hausdorff measure on the constraint manifold (if dens_wrt_hausdorff == True) or alternatively the negative logarithm of an unnormalized probability density on the unconstrained (ambient) position space with respect to the Lebesgue measure. In the former case the target distribution it is wished to draw approximate samples from is assumed to be directly specified by the density function on the manifold. In the latter case the density function is instead taken to specify a prior distribution on the ambient space with the target distribution then corresponding to the posterior distribution when conditioning on the (zero Lebesgue measure) event constr(pos) == 0. This target posterior distribution has support on the differentiable manifold implicitly defined by the constraint equation, with density with respect to the Hausdorff measure on the manifold corresponding to the ratio of the prior density (specified by neg_log_dens) and the square-root of the determinant of the Gram matrix defined by

gram(q) = jacob_constr(q) @ inv(metric) @ jacob_constr(q).T


where jacob_constr is the Jacobian of the constraint function constr and metric is the matrix representation of the metric on the ambient space.

constr : Callable[[array], array]
Function which given a position array return as a 1D array the value of the (vector-valued) constraint function, the zero level-set of which implicitly defines the manifold the dynamic is simulated on.
metric : None or array or PositiveDefiniteMatrix
Matrix object corresponding to matrix representation of metric on unconstrained position space and covariance of Gaussian marginal distribution on unconstrained momentum vector. If None is passed (the default), the identity matrix will be used. If a 1D array is passed then this is assumed to specify a metric with positive diagonal matrix representation and the array the matrix diagonal. If a 2D array is passed then this is assumed to specify a metric with a dense positive definite matrix representation specified by the array. Otherwise if the value is a PositiveDefiniteMatrix subclass it is assumed to directly specify the metric matrix representation.
dens_wrt_hausdorff : bool
Whether the neg_log_dens function specifies the (negative logarithm) of the density of the target distribution with respect to the Hausdorff measure on the manifold directly (True) or alternatively the negative logarithm of a density of a prior distriubtion on the unconstrained (ambient) position space with respect to the Lebesgue measure, with the target distribution then corresponding to the posterior distribution when conditioning on the event const(pos) == 0 (False). Note that in the former case the base Hausdorff measure on the manifold depends on the metric defined on the ambient space, with the Hausdorff measure being defined with respect to the metric induced on the manifold from this ambient metric.
grad_neg_log_dens :
None or Callable[[array], array or Tuple[array, float]]

Function which given a position array returns the derivative of neg_log_dens with respect to the position array argument. Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values with the first being the array corresponding to the derivative and the second being the value of the neg_log_dens evaluated at the passed position array. If None is passed (the default) an automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt to construct a function to compute the derivative (and value) of neg_log_dens automatically.

jacob_constr :
None or Callable[[array], array or Tuple[array, array]]

Function which given a position array computes the Jacobian (matrix / 2D array of partial derivatives) of the output of the constraint function c = constr(q) with respect to the position array argument q, returning the computed Jacobian as a 2D array jacob with

jacob[i, j] = ∂c[i] / ∂q[j]


Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values with the first being the array corresponding to the Jacobian and the second being the value of constr evaluated at the passed position array. If None is passed (the default) an automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt to construct a function to compute the Jacobian (and value) of neg_log_dens automatically.

mhp_constr : None or
Callable[[array], Callable[[array], array]] or
Callable[[array], Tuple[Callable, array, array]]

Function which given a position array returns another function which takes a 2D array as an argument and returns the matrix-Hessian-product (MHP) of the constraint function constr with respect to the position array argument. The MHP is here defined as a function of a (dim_constr, dim_pos) shaped 2D array m

mhp(m) = sum(m[:, :, None] * hess[:, :, :], axis=(0, 1))


where hess is the (dim_constr, dim_pos, dim_pos) shaped vector-Hessian of c = constr(q) with respect to q i.e. the array of second-order partial derivatives of such that

hess[i, j, k] = ∂²c[i] / (∂q[j] ∂q[k])


Optionally the function may instead return a 3-tuple of values with the first a function to compute a MHP of constr, the second a 2D array corresponding to the Jacobian of constr, and the third the value of constr, all evaluated at the passed position array. If None is passed (the default) an automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt to construct a function which calculates the MHP (and Jacobian and value) of constr automatically.

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class DenseConstrainedEuclideanMetricSystem(ConstrainedEuclideanMetricSystem):
r"""Euclidean Hamiltonian system subject to a dense set of constraints.

See ConstrainedEuclideanMetricSystem for more details about constrained
systems.
"""

def __init__(
self,
neg_log_dens,
constr,
metric=None,
dens_wrt_hausdorff=True,
jacob_constr=None,
mhp_constr=None,
):
"""
Args:
neg_log_dens (Callable[[array], float]): Function which given a
position array returns the negative logarithm of an
unnormalized probability density on the constrained position
space with respect to the Hausdorff measure on the constraint
manifold (if dens_wrt_hausdorff == True) or alternatively the
negative logarithm of an unnormalized probability density on
the unconstrained (ambient) position space with respect to the
Lebesgue measure. In the former case the target distribution it
is wished to draw approximate samples from is assumed to be
directly specified by the density function on the manifold. In
the latter case the density function is instead taken to
specify a prior distribution on the ambient space with the
target distribution then corresponding to the posterior
distribution when conditioning on the (zero Lebesgue measure)
event constr(pos) == 0. This target posterior distribution
has support on the differentiable manifold implicitly defined
by the constraint equation, with density with respect to the
Hausdorff measure on the manifold corresponding to the ratio of
the prior density (specified by neg_log_dens) and the
square-root of the determinant of the Gram matrix defined by

gram(q) = jacob_constr(q) @ inv(metric) @ jacob_constr(q).T

where jacob_constr is the Jacobian of the constraint function
constr and metric is the matrix representation of the
metric on the ambient space.
constr (Callable[[array], array]): Function which given a position
array return as a 1D array the value of the (vector-valued)
constraint function, the zero level-set of which implicitly
defines the manifold the dynamic is simulated on.
metric (None or array or PositiveDefiniteMatrix): Matrix object
corresponding to matrix representation of metric on
*unconstrained* position space and covariance of Gaussian
marginal distribution on *unconstrained* momentum vector. If
None is passed (the default), the identity matrix will be
used. If a 1D array is passed then this is assumed to specify a
metric with positive diagonal matrix representation and the
array the matrix diagonal. If a 2D array is passed then this is
assumed to specify a metric with a dense positive definite
matrix representation specified by the array. Otherwise if the
value is a mici.matrices.PositiveDefiniteMatrix subclass it
is assumed to directly specify the metric matrix
representation.
dens_wrt_hausdorff (bool): Whether the neg_log_dens function
specifies the (negative logarithm) of the density of the target
distribution with respect to the Hausdorff measure on the
manifold directly (True) or alternatively the negative
logarithm of a density of a prior distriubtion on the
unconstrained (ambient) position space with respect to the
Lebesgue measure, with the target distribution then
corresponding to the posterior distribution when conditioning
on the event const(pos) == 0 (False). Note that in the former
case the base Hausdorff measure on the manifold depends on the
metric defined on the ambient space, with the Hausdorff measure
being defined with respect to the metric induced on the
manifold from this ambient metric.
None or Callable[[array], array or Tuple[array, float]]):
Function which given a position array returns the derivative of
neg_log_dens with respect to the position array argument.
Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values
with the first being the array corresponding to the derivative
and the second being the value of the neg_log_dens evaluated
at the passed position array. If None is passed (the default)
an automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt
to construct a function to compute the derivative (and value)
of neg_log_dens automatically.
jacob_constr (
None or Callable[[array], array or Tuple[array, array]]):
Function which given a position array computes the Jacobian
(matrix / 2D array of partial derivatives) of the output of the
constraint function c = constr(q) with respect to the
position array argument q, returning the computed Jacobian as
a 2D array jacob with

jacob[i, j] = ∂c[i] / ∂q[j]

Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values
with the first being the array corresponding to the Jacobian
and the second being the value of constr evaluated
at the passed position array. If None is passed (the default)
an automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt
to construct a function to compute the Jacobian (and value) of
neg_log_dens automatically.
mhp_constr (None or
Callable[[array], Callable[[array], array]] or
Callable[[array], Tuple[Callable, array, array]]):
Function which given a position array returns another function
which takes a 2D array as an argument and returns the
*matrix-Hessian-product* (MHP) of the constraint function
constr with respect to the position array argument. The MHP
is here defined as a function of a (dim_constr, dim_pos)
shaped 2D array m

mhp(m) = sum(m[:, :, None] * hess[:, :, :], axis=(0, 1))

where hess is the (dim_constr, dim_pos, dim_pos) shaped
vector-Hessian of c = constr(q) with respect to q i.e. the
array of second-order partial derivatives of such that

hess[i, j, k] = ∂²c[i] / (∂q[j] ∂q[k])

Optionally the function may instead return a 3-tuple of values
with the first a function to compute a MHP of constr, the
second a 2D array corresponding to the Jacobian of constr,
and the third the value of constr, all evaluated at the
passed position array. If None is passed (the default) an
automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt to
construct a function which calculates the MHP (and Jacobian and
value) of constr automatically.
"""
super().__init__(
neg_log_dens=neg_log_dens,
constr=constr,
metric=metric,
dens_wrt_hausdorff=dens_wrt_hausdorff,
jacob_constr=jacob_constr,
)
if not dens_wrt_hausdorff:
self._mhp_constr = autodiff_fallback(
mhp_constr, constr, "mhp_jacobian_and_value", "mhp_constr"
)

@cache_in_state_with_aux("pos", ("jacob_constr", "constr"))
def mhp_constr(self, state):
return self._mhp_constr(state.pos)

def jacob_constr_inner_product(
self, jacob_constr_1, inner_product_matrix, jacob_constr_2=None
):
if jacob_constr_2 is None or jacob_constr_2 is jacob_constr_1:
return matrices.DensePositiveDefiniteMatrix(
jacob_constr_1 @ (inner_product_matrix @ jacob_constr_1.T)
)
else:
return matrices.DenseSquareMatrix(
jacob_constr_1 @ (inner_product_matrix @ jacob_constr_2.T)
)

@cache_in_state("pos")
# Evaluate MHP of constraint function before Jacobian as Jacobian value
# will potentially be computed in 'forward' pass and cached
mhp_constr = self.mhp_constr(state)
return mhp_constr(
self.inv_gram(state) @ self.jacob_constr(state) @ self.metric.inv
)

### Methods

 def mhp_constr(self, state) 
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@cache_in_state_with_aux("pos", ("jacob_constr", "constr"))
def mhp_constr(self, state):
return self._mhp_constr(state.pos)
 def jacob_constr_inner_product(self, jacob_constr_1, inner_product_matrix, jacob_constr_2=None) 

Compute inner product of rows of constraint Jacobian matrices.

Computes jacob_constr_1 @ inner_product_matrix @ jacob_constr_2.T potentially exploiting any structure / sparsity in jacob_constr_1, jacob_constr_2 and inner_product_matrix.

## Args

jacob_constr_1 : Matrix
First constraint Jacobian in product.
inner_product_matrix : Matrix
Positive-definite matrix defining inner-product between rows of two constraint Jacobians.
jacob_constr_2 : None or Matrix
Second constraint Jacobian in product. Defaults to jacob_constr_1 if set to None.
Returns
Matrix: Object corresponding to computed inner products of the constraint Jacobian rows.
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def jacob_constr_inner_product(
self, jacob_constr_1, inner_product_matrix, jacob_constr_2=None
):
if jacob_constr_2 is None or jacob_constr_2 is jacob_constr_1:
return matrices.DensePositiveDefiniteMatrix(
jacob_constr_1 @ (inner_product_matrix @ jacob_constr_1.T)
)
else:
return matrices.DenseSquareMatrix(
jacob_constr_1 @ (inner_product_matrix @ jacob_constr_2.T)
)
 def grad_log_det_sqrt_gram(self, state) 

Derivative of (half of) log-determinant of Gram matrix wrt position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of log_det_sqrt_gram(state) derivative with respect to state.pos.
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@cache_in_state("pos")
# Evaluate MHP of constraint function before Jacobian as Jacobian value
# will potentially be computed in 'forward' pass and cached
mhp_constr = self.mhp_constr(state)
return mhp_constr(
self.inv_gram(state) @ self.jacob_constr(state) @ self.metric.inv
)
 def constr(self, state) 

Constraint function at the current position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of constr(state.pos) as 1D array.
 def jacob_constr(self, state) 

Jacobian of constraint function at the current position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of Jacobian of constr(state.pos) as 2D array.
 def gram(self, state) 

Gram matrix at current position.

The Gram matrix as a position q is defined as

gram(q) = jacob_constr(q) @ inv(metric) @ jacob_constr(q).T


where jacob_constr is the Jacobian of the constraint function constr and metric is the matrix representation of the metric on the ambient space.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

mici.matrices.PositiveDefiniteMatrix: Gram matrix as matrix object.

 def inv_gram(self, state) 

Inverse of Gram matrix at current position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

PositiveDefiniteMatrix: Inverse of Gram matrix as
matrix object.
 def log_det_sqrt_gram(self, state) 

Value of (half of) log-determinant of Gram matrix.

 def h1(self, state) 

Hamiltonian component depending only on position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

float
Value of h1 Hamiltonian component.
 def dh1_dpos(self, state) 

Derivative of h1 Hamiltonian component with respect to position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of computed h1 derivative.
 def project_onto_cotangent_space(self, mom, state) 

Project a momentum on to the co-tangent space at a position.

## Args

mom : array
Momentum (co-)vector as 1D array to project on to co-tangent space.
state : ChainState
State definining position on the manifold to project in to the co-tangent space of.

## Returns

array
Projected momentum in the co-tangent space at state.pos.
 def sample_momentum(self, state, rng) 

Sample a momentum from its conditional distribution given a position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State defining position to condition on.

## Returns

mom : array
Sampled momentum.
 def h2_flow(self, state, dt) 

Apply exact flow map corresponding to h2 Hamiltonian component.

state argument is modified in place.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to start flow at.
dt : float
Time interval to simulate flow for.
 def dh2_flow_dmom(self, dt) 

Derivatives of h2_flow flow map with respect to input momentum.

## Args

dt : float
Time interval flow simulated for.

## Returns

dpos_dmom : Matrix
Matrix representing derivative (Jacobian) of position output of h2_flow with respect to the value of the momentum component of the initial input state.
dmom_dmom : Matrix
Matrix representing derivative (Jacobian) of momentum output of h2_flow with respect to the value of the momentum component of the initial input state.
 def neg_log_dens(self, state) 

Negative logarithm of unnormalized density of target distribution.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

float
Value of computed negative log density.
 def grad_neg_log_dens(self, state) 

Derivative of negative log density with respect to position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of neg_log_dens(state) derivative with respect to state.pos.
 def h1_flow(self, state, dt) 

Apply exact flow map corresponding to h1 Hamiltonian component.

state argument is modified in place.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to start flow at.
dt : float
Time interval to simulate flow for.
 def h(self, state) 

Hamiltonian function for system.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

float
Value of Hamiltonian.
 def dh_dpos(self, state) 

Derivative of Hamiltonian with respect to position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of h(state) derivative with respect to state.pos.
 def dh_dmom(self, state) 

Derivative of Hamiltonian with respect to momentum.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of h(state) derivative with respect to state.mom.
 def h2(self, state) 

Hamiltonian component depending on momentum and optionally position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

float
Value of h2 Hamiltonian component.
 def dh2_dmom(self, state) 

Derivative of h2 Hamiltonian component with respect to momentum.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of h2(state) derivative with respect to state.pos.
 class GaussianDenseConstrainedEuclideanMetricSystem (neg_log_dens, constr, metric=None, grad_neg_log_dens=None, jacob_constr=None, mhp_constr=None) 

Gaussian Euclidean Hamiltonian system st. a dense set of constraints.

See ConstrainedEuclideanMetricSystem for more details about constrained systems and GaussianEuclideanMetricSystem for Gaussian Euclidean metric systems.

## Args

neg_log_dens : Callable[[array], float]

Function which given a position array returns the negative logarithm of an unnormalized probability density on the unconstrained (ambient) position space with respect to the standard Gaussian measure. The density function is taken to specify a prior distribution on the ambient space with the target distribution then corresponding to the posterior distribution when conditioning on the (zero Lebesgue measure) event constr(pos) == 0. This target posterior distribution has support on the differentiable manifold implicitly defined by the constraint equation, with density with respect to the Hausdorff measure on the manifold corresponding to the ratio of the prior density (specified by neg_log_dens) and the square-root of the determinant of the Gram matrix defined by

gram(q) = jacob_constr(q) @ inv(metric) @ jacob_constr(q).T


where jacob_constr is the Jacobian of the constraint function constr and metric is the matrix representation of the metric on the ambient space.

constr : Callable[[array], array]
Function which given a position array return as a 1D array the value of the (vector-valued) constraint function, the zero level-set of which implicitly defines the manifold the dynamic is simulated on.
metric : None or array or PositiveDefiniteMatrix
Matrix object corresponding to matrix representation of metric on unconstrained position space and covariance of Gaussian marginal distribution on unconstrained momentum vector. If None is passed (the default), the identity matrix will be used. If a 1D array is passed then this is assumed to specify a metric with positive diagonal matrix representation and the array the matrix diagonal. If a 2D array is passed then this is assumed to specify a metric with a dense positive definite matrix representation specified by the array. Otherwise if a subclass of PositiveDefiniteMatrix it is assumed to directly specify the metric matrix representation.
grad_neg_log_dens :
None or Callable[[array], array or Tuple[array, float]]

Function which given a position array returns the derivative of neg_log_dens with respect to the position array argument. Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values with the first being the array corresponding to the derivative and the second being the value of the neg_log_dens evaluated at the passed position array. If None is passed (the default) an automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt to construct a function to compute the derivative (and value) of neg_log_dens automatically.

jacob_constr :
None or Callable[[array], array or Tuple[array, array]]

Function which given a position array computes the Jacobian (matrix / 2D array of partial derivatives) of the output of the constraint function c = constr(q) with respect to the position array argument q, returning the computed Jacobian as a 2D array jacob with

jacob[i, j] = ∂c[i] / ∂q[j]


Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values with the first being the array corresponding to the Jacobian and the second being the value of constr evaluated at the passed position array. If None is passed (the default) an automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt to construct a function to compute the Jacobian (and value) of neg_log_dens automatically.

mhp_constr : None or
Callable[[array], Callable[[array], array]] or
Callable[[array], Tuple[Callable, array, array]]

Function which given a position array returns another function which takes a 2D array as an argument and returns the matrix-Hessian-product (MHP) of the constraint function constr with respect to the position array argument. The MHP is here defined as a function of a (dim_constr, dim_pos) shaped 2D array m

mhp(m) = sum(m[:, :, None] * hess[:, :, :], axis=(0, 1))


where hess is the (dim_constr, dim_pos, dim_pos) shaped vector-Hessian of c = constr(q) with respect to q i.e. the array of second-order partial derivatives of such that

hess[i, j, k] = ∂²c[i] / (∂q[j] ∂q[k])


Optionally the function may instead return a 3-tuple of values with the first a function to compute a MHP of constr, the second a 2D array corresponding to the Jacobian of constr, and the third the value of constr, all evaluated at the passed position array. If None is passed (the default) an automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt to construct a function which calculates the MHP (and Jacobian and value) of constr automatically.

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class GaussianDenseConstrainedEuclideanMetricSystem(
GaussianEuclideanMetricSystem, DenseConstrainedEuclideanMetricSystem
):
r"""Gaussian Euclidean Hamiltonian system st. a dense set of constraints.

See ConstrainedEuclideanMetricSystem for more details about constrained
systems and GaussianEuclideanMetricSystem for Gaussian Euclidean metric
systems.
"""

def __init__(
self,
neg_log_dens,
constr,
metric=None,
jacob_constr=None,
mhp_constr=None,
):
"""
Args:
neg_log_dens (Callable[[array], float]): Function which given a
position array returns the negative logarithm of an
unnormalized probability density on the unconstrained (ambient)
position space with respect to the standard Gaussian measure.
The density function is taken to specify a prior distribution
on the ambient space with the target distribution then
corresponding to the posterior distribution when conditioning
on the (zero Lebesgue measure) event constr(pos) == 0. This
target posterior distribution has support on the differentiable
manifold implicitly defined by the constraint equation, with
density with respect to the Hausdorff measure on the manifold
corresponding to the ratio of the prior density (specified by
neg_log_dens) and the square-root of the determinant of the
Gram matrix defined by

gram(q) = jacob_constr(q) @ inv(metric) @ jacob_constr(q).T

where jacob_constr is the Jacobian of the constraint function
constr and metric is the matrix representation of the
metric on the ambient space.
constr (Callable[[array], array]): Function which given a position
array return as a 1D array the value of the (vector-valued)
constraint function, the zero level-set of which implicitly
defines the manifold the dynamic is simulated on.
metric (None or array or PositiveDefiniteMatrix): Matrix object
corresponding to matrix representation of metric on
*unconstrained* position space and covariance of Gaussian
marginal distribution on *unconstrained* momentum vector. If
None is passed (the default), the identity matrix will be
used. If a 1D array is passed then this is assumed to specify a
metric with positive diagonal matrix representation and the
array the matrix diagonal. If a 2D array is passed then this is
assumed to specify a metric with a dense positive definite
matrix representation specified by the array. Otherwise if
a subclass of mici.matrices.PositiveDefiniteMatrix it is
assumed to directly specify the metric matrix representation.
None or Callable[[array], array or Tuple[array, float]]):
Function which given a position array returns the derivative of
neg_log_dens with respect to the position array argument.
Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values
with the first being the array corresponding to the derivative
and the second being the value of the neg_log_dens evaluated
at the passed position array. If None is passed (the default)
an automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt
to construct a function to compute the derivative (and value)
of neg_log_dens automatically.
jacob_constr (
None or Callable[[array], array or Tuple[array, array]]):
Function which given a position array computes the Jacobian
(matrix / 2D array of partial derivatives) of the output of the
constraint function c = constr(q) with respect to the
position array argument q, returning the computed Jacobian as
a 2D array jacob with

jacob[i, j] = ∂c[i] / ∂q[j]

Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values
with the first being the array corresponding to the Jacobian
and the second being the value of constr evaluated
at the passed position array. If None is passed (the default)
an automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt
to construct a function to compute the Jacobian (and value) of
neg_log_dens automatically.
mhp_constr (None or
Callable[[array], Callable[[array], array]] or
Callable[[array], Tuple[Callable, array, array]]):
Function which given a position array returns another function
which takes a 2D array as an argument and returns the
*matrix-Hessian-product* (MHP) of the constraint function
constr with respect to the position array argument. The MHP
is here defined as a function of a (dim_constr, dim_pos)
shaped 2D array m

mhp(m) = sum(m[:, :, None] * hess[:, :, :], axis=(0, 1))

where hess is the (dim_constr, dim_pos, dim_pos) shaped
vector-Hessian of c = constr(q) with respect to q i.e. the
array of second-order partial derivatives of such that

hess[i, j, k] = ∂²c[i] / (∂q[j] ∂q[k])

Optionally the function may instead return a 3-tuple of values
with the first a function to compute a MHP of constr, the
second a 2D array corresponding to the Jacobian of constr,
and the third the value of constr, all evaluated at the
passed position array. If None is passed (the default) an
automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt to
construct a function which calculates the MHP (and Jacobian and
value) of constr automatically.
"""
DenseConstrainedEuclideanMetricSystem.__init__(
self,
neg_log_dens=neg_log_dens,
constr=constr,
metric=metric,
dens_wrt_hausdorff=False,
jacob_constr=jacob_constr,
mhp_constr=mhp_constr,
)

def jacob_constr_inner_product(
self, jacob_constr_1, inner_product_matrix, jacob_constr_2=None
):
if jacob_constr_2 is None or jacob_constr_2 is jacob_constr_1:
return matrices.DenseSymmetricMatrix(
jacob_constr_1 @ (inner_product_matrix @ jacob_constr_1.T)
)
else:
return matrices.DenseSquareMatrix(
jacob_constr_1 @ (inner_product_matrix @ jacob_constr_2.T)
)

### Methods

 def jacob_constr_inner_product(self, jacob_constr_1, inner_product_matrix, jacob_constr_2=None) 

Compute inner product of rows of constraint Jacobian matrices.

Computes jacob_constr_1 @ inner_product_matrix @ jacob_constr_2.T potentially exploiting any structure / sparsity in jacob_constr_1, jacob_constr_2 and inner_product_matrix.

## Args

jacob_constr_1 : Matrix
First constraint Jacobian in product.
inner_product_matrix : Matrix
Positive-definite matrix defining inner-product between rows of two constraint Jacobians.
jacob_constr_2 : None or Matrix
Second constraint Jacobian in product. Defaults to jacob_constr_1 if set to None.
Returns
Matrix: Object corresponding to computed inner products of the constraint Jacobian rows.
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def jacob_constr_inner_product(
self, jacob_constr_1, inner_product_matrix, jacob_constr_2=None
):
if jacob_constr_2 is None or jacob_constr_2 is jacob_constr_1:
return matrices.DenseSymmetricMatrix(
jacob_constr_1 @ (inner_product_matrix @ jacob_constr_1.T)
)
else:
return matrices.DenseSquareMatrix(
jacob_constr_1 @ (inner_product_matrix @ jacob_constr_2.T)
)
 def h2(self, state) 

Hamiltonian component depending on momentum and optionally position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

float
Value of h2 Hamiltonian component.
 def h2_flow(self, state, dt) 

Apply exact flow map corresponding to h2 Hamiltonian component.

state argument is modified in place.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to start flow at.
dt : float
Time interval to simulate flow for.
 def dh2_flow_dmom(self, dt) 

Derivatives of h2_flow flow map with respect to input momentum.

## Args

dt : float
Time interval flow simulated for.

## Returns

dpos_dmom : Matrix
Matrix representing derivative (Jacobian) of position output of h2_flow with respect to the value of the momentum component of the initial input state.
dmom_dmom : Matrix
Matrix representing derivative (Jacobian) of momentum output of h2_flow with respect to the value of the momentum component of the initial input state.
 def sample_momentum(self, state, rng) 

Sample a momentum from its conditional distribution given a position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State defining position to condition on.

## Returns

mom : array
Sampled momentum.
 def neg_log_dens(self, state) 

Negative logarithm of unnormalized density of target distribution.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

float
Value of computed negative log density.
 def grad_neg_log_dens(self, state) 

Derivative of negative log density with respect to position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of neg_log_dens(state) derivative with respect to state.pos.
 def h1(self, state) 

Hamiltonian component depending only on position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

float
Value of h1 Hamiltonian component.
 def dh1_dpos(self, state) 

Derivative of h1 Hamiltonian component with respect to position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of computed h1 derivative.
 def h1_flow(self, state, dt) 

Apply exact flow map corresponding to h1 Hamiltonian component.

state argument is modified in place.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to start flow at.
dt : float
Time interval to simulate flow for.
 def h(self, state) 

Hamiltonian function for system.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

float
Value of Hamiltonian.
 def dh_dpos(self, state) 

Derivative of Hamiltonian with respect to position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of h(state) derivative with respect to state.pos.
 def dh_dmom(self, state) 

Derivative of Hamiltonian with respect to momentum.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of h(state) derivative with respect to state.mom.
 def constr(self, state) 

Constraint function at the current position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of constr(state.pos) as 1D array.
 def jacob_constr(self, state) 

Jacobian of constraint function at the current position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of Jacobian of constr(state.pos) as 2D array.
 def gram(self, state) 

Gram matrix at current position.

The Gram matrix as a position q is defined as

gram(q) = jacob_constr(q) @ inv(metric) @ jacob_constr(q).T


where jacob_constr is the Jacobian of the constraint function constr and metric is the matrix representation of the metric on the ambient space.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

mici.matrices.PositiveDefiniteMatrix: Gram matrix as matrix object.

 def inv_gram(self, state) 

Inverse of Gram matrix at current position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

PositiveDefiniteMatrix: Inverse of Gram matrix as
matrix object.
 def log_det_sqrt_gram(self, state) 

Value of (half of) log-determinant of Gram matrix.

 def project_onto_cotangent_space(self, mom, state) 

Project a momentum on to the co-tangent space at a position.

## Args

mom : array
Momentum (co-)vector as 1D array to project on to co-tangent space.
state : ChainState
State definining position on the manifold to project in to the co-tangent space of.

## Returns

array
Projected momentum in the co-tangent space at state.pos.
 def dh2_dmom(self, state) 

Derivative of h2 Hamiltonian component with respect to momentum.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of h2(state) derivative with respect to state.pos.
 def grad_log_det_sqrt_gram(self, state) 

Derivative of (half of) log-determinant of Gram matrix wrt position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of log_det_sqrt_gram(state) derivative with respect to state.pos.
 class RiemannianMetricSystem (neg_log_dens, metric_matrix_class, metric_func, vjp_metric_func=None, grad_neg_log_dens=None, metric_kwargs=None) 

Riemannian Hamiltonian system with a position-dependent metric.

This class allows for metric matrix representations of any generic type. In most cases a specialized subclass such as DenseRiemannianMetricSystem, CholeskyFactoredRiemannianMetricSystem, DiagonalRiemannianMetricSystem, ScalarRiemannianMetricSystem or SoftAbsRiemannianMetricSystem will provide a simpler method of constructng a system with a metric matrix representation of a specific type.

The position space is assumed to be a Riemannian manifold with a metric with position-dependent positive definite matrix-representation $M(q)$ where $q$ is a position vector. The momentum $p$ is then taken to have a zero-mean Gaussian conditional distribution given the position $q$, with covariance $M(q)$, i.e. $p \sim \mathcal{N}(0, M(q))$ .

The $h_1$ Hamiltonian component is then

where $\ell(q)$ is the negative log (unnormalized) density of the target distribution with respect to the Lebesgue measure at $q$. The $h_2$ Hamiltonian component is

Due to the coupling between the position and momentum variables in $h_2$, the Hamiltonian system is non-separable, requiring use of a numerical integrator with implicit steps when simulating the Hamiltonian dynamic associated with the system, e.g. ImplicitLeapfrogIntegrator.

## References

1. Girolami, M. and Calderhead, B., 2011. Riemann manifold Langevin and Hamiltonian Monte Varlo methods. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series B (Statistical Methodology), 73(2), pp.123-214.

## Args

neg_log_dens : Callable[[array], float]
Function which given a position array returns the negative logarithm of an unnormalized probability density on the position space with respect to the Lebesgue measure, with the corresponding distribution on the position space being the target distribution it is wished to draw approximate samples from.
metric_matrix_class : type[PositiveDefiniteMatrix]

Class (or factory function returning an instance of the class) which defines type of matrix representation of metric. The class initializer should take a single positional argument which will be passed the array outputted by metric_func, and which is assumed to be a parameter which fully defines the resulting matrix (e.g. the diagonal of a DiagonalMatrix). The class initializer may also optionally take one or more keyword arguments, with the metric_kwargs argument used to specify the value of these, if any. Together this means the metric matrix representation at a position pos is constructed as

metric = metric_matrix_class(
metric_func(pos), **metric_kwargs)


The PositiveDefiniteMatrix subclass should as a minimum define inv, log_abs_det, grad_log_abs_det, grad_quadratic_form_inv, __matmul__ and __rmatmul__ methods / properties (see documentation of PositiveDefiniteMatrix and DifferentiableMatrix for definitions of the expected behaviour of these methods).

metric_func : Callable[[array], array]
Function which given a position array returns an array containing the parameter value of the metric matrix representation passed as the single positional argument to the metric_matrix_class initializer.
vjp_metric_func : None or
Callable[[array], Callable[[array], array]] or
Callable[[array], Tuple[Callable[[array], array], array]]

Function which given a position array returns another function which takes an array as an argument and returns the vector-Jacobian-product (VJP) of metric_func with respect to the position array argument. The VJP is here defined as a function of an array v (of the same shape as the output of metric_func) corresponding to

vjp(v) = sum(v[..., None] * jacob, tuple(range(v.ndim))


where jacob is the Jacobian of m = metric_func(q) wrt q i.e. the array of partial derivatives of the function such that

jacob[..., i] = ∂m[...] / ∂q[i]


Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values with the first a function to compute a VJP of metric_func and the second an array containing the value of metric_func, both evaluated at the passed position array. If None is passed (the default) an automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt to construct a function which calculates the VJP (and value) of metric_func automatically.

grad_neg_log_dens :
None or Callable[[array], array or Tuple[array, float]]

Function which given a position array returns the derivative of neg_log_dens with respect to the position array argument. Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values with the first being the array corresponding to the derivative and the second being the value of the neg_log_dens evaluated at the passed position array. If None is passed (the default) an automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt to construct the derivative of neg_log_dens automatically.

metric_kwargs : None or Dict[str, object]
An optional dictionary of any additional keyword arguments to the initializer of metric_matrix_class.
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class RiemannianMetricSystem(System):
r"""Riemannian Hamiltonian system with a position-dependent metric.

This class allows for metric matrix representations of any generic type.
In most cases a specialized subclass such as DenseRiemannianMetricSystem,
CholeskyFactoredRiemannianMetricSystem, DiagonalRiemannianMetricSystem,
ScalarRiemannianMetricSystem or SoftAbsRiemannianMetricSystem will
provide a simpler method of constructng a system with a metric matrix
representation of a specific type.

The position space is assumed to be a Riemannian manifold with a metric
with position-dependent positive definite matrix-representation $$M(q)$$
where $$q$$ is a position vector. The momentum $$p$$ is then taken to have
a zero-mean Gaussian conditional distribution given the position $$q$$,
with covariance $$M(q)$$, i.e. $$p \sim \mathcal{N}(0, M(q))$$ .

The $$h_1$$ Hamiltonian component is then

$h_1(q) = \ell(q) + \frac{1}{2}\log\left|M(q)\right|$

where $$\ell(q)$$ is the negative log (unnormalized) density of the target
distribution with respect to the Lebesgue measure at $$q$$. The $$h_2$$
Hamiltonian component is

$h_2(q, p) = \frac{1}{2} p^T (M(q))^{-1} p.$

Due to the coupling between the position and momentum variables in $$h_2$$,
the Hamiltonian system is non-separable, requiring use of a numerical
integrator with implicit steps when simulating the Hamiltonian dynamic
associated with the system, e.g.
mici.integrators.ImplicitLeapfrogIntegrator.

References:

1. Girolami, M. and Calderhead, B., 2011. Riemann manifold Langevin and
Hamiltonian Monte Varlo methods. Journal of the Royal Statistical
Society: Series B (Statistical Methodology), 73(2), pp.123-214.
"""

def __init__(
self,
neg_log_dens,
metric_matrix_class,
metric_func,
vjp_metric_func=None,
metric_kwargs=None,
):
"""
Args:
neg_log_dens (Callable[[array], float]): Function which given a
position array returns the negative logarithm of an
unnormalized probability density on the position space with
respect to the Lebesgue measure, with the corresponding
distribution on the position space being the target
distribution it is wished to draw approximate samples from.
metric_matrix_class (type[PositiveDefiniteMatrix]): Class (or
factory function returning an instance of the class) which
defines type of matrix representation of metric. The class
initializer should take a single positional argument which will
be passed the array outputted by metric_func, and which is
assumed to be a parameter which fully defines the resulting
matrix (e.g. the diagonal of a mici.matrices.DiagonalMatrix).
The class initializer may also optionally take one or more
keyword arguments, with the metric_kwargs argument used to
specify the value of these, if any. Together this means the
metric matrix representation at a position pos is constructed
as

metric = metric_matrix_class(
metric_func(pos), **metric_kwargs)

The mici.matrices.PositiveDefiniteMatrix subclass should as a
minimum define inv, log_abs_det, grad_log_abs_det,
grad_quadratic_form_inv, __matmul__ and __rmatmul__
methods / properties (see documentation of
mici.matrices.PositiveDefiniteMatrix and
mici.matrices.DifferentiableMatrix for definitions of the
expected behaviour of these methods).
metric_func (Callable[[array], array]): Function which given a
position array returns an array containing the parameter value
of the metric matrix representation passed as the single
positional argument to the metric_matrix_class initializer.
vjp_metric_func (None or
Callable[[array], Callable[[array], array]] or
Callable[[array], Tuple[Callable[[array], array], array]]):
Function which given a position array returns another function
which takes an array as an argument and returns the
*vector-Jacobian-product* (VJP) of metric_func with respect
to the position array argument. The VJP is here defined as a
function of an array v (of the same shape as the output of
metric_func) corresponding to

vjp(v) = sum(v[..., None] * jacob, tuple(range(v.ndim))

where jacob is the Jacobian of m = metric_func(q) wrt q
i.e. the array of partial derivatives of the function such that

jacob[..., i] = ∂m[...] / ∂q[i]

Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values
with the first a function to compute a VJP of metric_func and
the second an array containing the value of metric_func, both
evaluated at the passed position array. If None is passed
(the default) an automatic differentiation fallback will be
used to attempt to construct a function which calculates the
VJP (and value) of metric_func automatically.
None or Callable[[array], array or Tuple[array, float]]):
Function which given a position array returns the derivative of
neg_log_dens with respect to the position array argument.
Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values
with the first being the array corresponding to the derivative
and the second being the value of the neg_log_dens evaluated
at the passed position array. If None is passed (the default)
an automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt
to construct the derivative of neg_log_dens automatically.
metric_kwargs (None or Dict[str, object]): An optional dictionary
of any additional keyword arguments to the initializer of
metric_matrix_class.
"""
self._metric_matrix_class = metric_matrix_class
self._metric_func = metric_func
self._vjp_metric_func = autodiff_fallback(
vjp_metric_func, metric_func, "vjp_and_value", "vjp_metric_func"
)
self._metric_kwargs = {} if metric_kwargs is None else metric_kwargs

@cache_in_state("pos")
def metric_func(self, state):
"""
Function computing the parameter of the metric matrix representation.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute value at.

Returns:
array: Value of metric_func(state.pos).
"""
return self._metric_func(state.pos)

@cache_in_state_with_aux("pos", "metric_func")
def vjp_metric_func(self, state):
"""
Function constructing a vector-Jacobian-product for metric_func.

The vector-Jacobian-product is here defined as a function of an array
v (of the same shape as the output of metric_func) corresponding to

vjp(v) = sum(v[..., None] * jacob, axis=tuple(range(v.ndim))

where jacob is the Jacobian of m = metric_func(q) wrt q i.e.
the array of partial derivatives of the function such that

jacob[..., i] = ∂m[...] / ∂q[i]

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute VJP at.

Returns:
Callable[[array], array]: Vector-Jacobian-product function.
"""
return self._vjp_metric_func(state.pos)

@cache_in_state("pos")
def metric(self, state):
"""
Function computing the metric matrix representation.

The returned type of this function is that specified by the
metric_matrix_class argument to the initializer.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute value at.

Returns:
mici.matrices.PositiveDefiniteMatrix: Metric matrix representation.
"""
return self._metric_matrix_class(self.metric_func(state), **self._metric_kwargs)

def h(self, state):
return self.h1(state) + self.h2(state)

def h1(self, state):
return self.neg_log_dens(state) + 0.5 * self.metric(state).log_abs_det

def dh1_dpos(self, state):
# Evaluate VJP of metric function before metric as metric value will
# potentially be computed in forward pass and cached
vjp_metric = self.vjp_metric_func(state)
return self.grad_neg_log_dens(state) + 0.5 * vjp_metric(
)

def h2(self, state):
return 0.5 * state.mom @ self.metric(state).inv @ state.mom

def dh2_dpos(self, state):
# Evaluate VJP of metric function before metric as metric value will
# potentially be computed in forward pass and cached
vjp_metric = self.vjp_metric_func(state)

def dh2_dmom(self, state):
return self.metric(state).inv @ state.mom

def sample_momentum(self, state, rng):
return self.metric(state).sqrt @ rng.normal(size=state.pos.shape)

### Methods

 def metric_func(self, state) 

Function computing the parameter of the metric matrix representation.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of metric_func(state.pos).
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@cache_in_state("pos")
def metric_func(self, state):
"""
Function computing the parameter of the metric matrix representation.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute value at.

Returns:
array: Value of metric_func(state.pos).
"""
return self._metric_func(state.pos)
 def vjp_metric_func(self, state) 

Function constructing a vector-Jacobian-product for metric_func.

The vector-Jacobian-product is here defined as a function of an array v (of the same shape as the output of metric_func) corresponding to

vjp(v) = sum(v[..., None] * jacob, axis=tuple(range(v.ndim))


where jacob is the Jacobian of m = metric_func(q) wrt q i.e. the array of partial derivatives of the function such that

jacob[..., i] = ∂m[...] / ∂q[i]


## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute VJP at.

## Returns

Callable[[array], array]: Vector-Jacobian-product function.

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@cache_in_state_with_aux("pos", "metric_func")
def vjp_metric_func(self, state):
"""
Function constructing a vector-Jacobian-product for metric_func.

The vector-Jacobian-product is here defined as a function of an array
v (of the same shape as the output of metric_func) corresponding to

vjp(v) = sum(v[..., None] * jacob, axis=tuple(range(v.ndim))

where jacob is the Jacobian of m = metric_func(q) wrt q i.e.
the array of partial derivatives of the function such that

jacob[..., i] = ∂m[...] / ∂q[i]

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute VJP at.

Returns:
Callable[[array], array]: Vector-Jacobian-product function.
"""
return self._vjp_metric_func(state.pos)
 def metric(self, state) 

Function computing the metric matrix representation.

The returned type of this function is that specified by the metric_matrix_class argument to the initializer.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

mici.matrices.PositiveDefiniteMatrix: Metric matrix representation.

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@cache_in_state("pos")
def metric(self, state):
"""
Function computing the metric matrix representation.

The returned type of this function is that specified by the
metric_matrix_class argument to the initializer.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute value at.

Returns:
mici.matrices.PositiveDefiniteMatrix: Metric matrix representation.
"""
return self._metric_matrix_class(self.metric_func(state), **self._metric_kwargs)
 def h(self, state) 

Hamiltonian function for system.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

float
Value of Hamiltonian.
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def h(self, state):
return self.h1(state) + self.h2(state)
 def h1(self, state) 

Hamiltonian component depending only on position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

float
Value of h1 Hamiltonian component.
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def h1(self, state):
return self.neg_log_dens(state) + 0.5 * self.metric(state).log_abs_det
 def dh1_dpos(self, state) 

Derivative of h1 Hamiltonian component with respect to position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of computed h1 derivative.
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def dh1_dpos(self, state):
# Evaluate VJP of metric function before metric as metric value will
# potentially be computed in forward pass and cached
vjp_metric = self.vjp_metric_func(state)
return self.grad_neg_log_dens(state) + 0.5 * vjp_metric(
)
 def h2(self, state) 

Hamiltonian component depending on momentum and optionally position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

float
Value of h2 Hamiltonian component.
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def h2(self, state):
return 0.5 * state.mom @ self.metric(state).inv @ state.mom
 def dh2_dpos(self, state) 
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def dh2_dpos(self, state):
# Evaluate VJP of metric function before metric as metric value will
# potentially be computed in forward pass and cached
vjp_metric = self.vjp_metric_func(state)
return 0.5 * vjp_metric(self.metric(state).grad_quadratic_form_inv(state.mom))
 def dh2_dmom(self, state) 

Derivative of h2 Hamiltonian component with respect to momentum.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of h2(state) derivative with respect to state.pos.
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def dh2_dmom(self, state):
return self.metric(state).inv @ state.mom
 def sample_momentum(self, state, rng) 

Sample a momentum from its conditional distribution given a position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State defining position to condition on.

## Returns

mom : array
Sampled momentum.
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def sample_momentum(self, state, rng):
return self.metric(state).sqrt @ rng.normal(size=state.pos.shape)
 def neg_log_dens(self, state) 

Negative logarithm of unnormalized density of target distribution.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

float
Value of computed negative log density.
 def grad_neg_log_dens(self, state) 

Derivative of negative log density with respect to position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of neg_log_dens(state) derivative with respect to state.pos.
 def h1_flow(self, state, dt) 

Apply exact flow map corresponding to h1 Hamiltonian component.

state argument is modified in place.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to start flow at.
dt : float
Time interval to simulate flow for.
 def dh_dpos(self, state) 

Derivative of Hamiltonian with respect to position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of h(state) derivative with respect to state.pos.
 def dh_dmom(self, state) 

Derivative of Hamiltonian with respect to momentum.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of h(state) derivative with respect to state.mom.
 class ScalarRiemannianMetricSystem (neg_log_dens, metric_scalar_func, vjp_metric_scalar_func=None, grad_neg_log_dens=None) 

Riemannian-metric system with scaled identity matrix representation.

Hamiltonian system with a position dependent scaled identity metric matrix representation which is specified by a scalar function metric_scalar_function of the position q which outputs a strictly positive scalar s = metric_scalar_func(q) with the the metric matrix representation then taken to be s * identity(q.shape).

See documentation of RiemannianMetricSystem for more general details about Riemannian-metric Hamiltonian systems.

## Args

neg_log_dens : Callable[[array], float]
Function which given a position array returns the negative logarithm of an unnormalized probability density on the position space with respect to the Lebesgue measure, with the corresponding distribution on the position space being the target distribution it is wished to draw approximate samples from.
metric_scalar_func : Callable[[array], float]
Function which given a position array returns a strictly positive scalar corresponding to the parameter value of the scaled identity metric matrix representation.
vjp_metric_scalar_func : None or
Callable[[array], Callable[[array], float]] or
Callable[[array], Tuple[Callable[[array, float]], float]]

Function which given a position array returns another function which takes a scalar as an argument and returns the vector-Jacobian-product (VJP) of metric_scalar_func with respect to the position array argument. The VJP is here defined as a function of a scalar v

vjp(v) = v * grad


where grad is the (dim_pos,) shaped Jacobian (gradient) of s = metric_scalar_func(q) with respect to q i.e. the array of partial derivatives of the function such that

grad[i] = ∂s / ∂q[i]


Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values with the first a function to compute a VJP of metric_scalar_func and the second a float containing the value of metric_scalar_func, both evaluated at the passed position array. If None is passed (the default) an automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt to construct a function which calculates the VJP (and value) of metric_scalar_func automatically.

grad_neg_log_dens :
None or Callable[[array], array or Tuple[array, float]]

Function which given a position array returns the derivative of neg_log_dens with respect to the position array argument. Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values with the first being the array corresponding to the derivative and the second being the value of the neg_log_dens evaluated at the passed position array. If None is passed (the default) an automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt to construct the derivative of neg_log_dens automatically.

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class ScalarRiemannianMetricSystem(RiemannianMetricSystem):
"""Riemannian-metric system with scaled identity matrix representation.

Hamiltonian system with a position dependent scaled identity metric matrix
representation which is specified by a scalar function
metric_scalar_function of the position q which outputs a strictly
positive scalar s = metric_scalar_func(q) with the the metric matrix
representation then taken to be s * identity(q.shape).

See documentation of RiemannianMetricSystem for more general details
"""

def __init__(
self,
neg_log_dens,
metric_scalar_func,
vjp_metric_scalar_func=None,
):
"""
Args:
neg_log_dens (Callable[[array], float]): Function which given a
position array returns the negative logarithm of an
unnormalized probability density on the position space with
respect to the Lebesgue measure, with the corresponding
distribution on the position space being the target
distribution it is wished to draw approximate samples from.
metric_scalar_func (Callable[[array], float]): Function which
given a position array returns a strictly positive scalar
corresponding to the parameter value of the scaled identity
metric matrix representation.
vjp_metric_scalar_func (None or
Callable[[array], Callable[[array], float]] or
Callable[[array], Tuple[Callable[[array, float]], float]]):
Function which given a position array returns another function
which takes a scalar as an argument and returns the
*vector-Jacobian-product* (VJP) of metric_scalar_func with
respect to the position array argument. The VJP is here defined
as a function of a scalar v

where grad is the (dim_pos,) shaped Jacobian (gradient) of
s = metric_scalar_func(q) with respect to q i.e. the array
of partial derivatives of the function such that

Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values
with the first a function to compute a VJP of
metric_scalar_func and the second a float containing the
value of metric_scalar_func, both evaluated at the passed
position array. If None is passed (the default) an automatic
differentiation fallback will be used to attempt to construct a
function which calculates the VJP (and value) of
metric_scalar_func automatically.
None or Callable[[array], array or Tuple[array, float]]):
Function which given a position array returns the derivative of
neg_log_dens with respect to the position array argument.
Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values
with the first being the array corresponding to the derivative
and the second being the value of the neg_log_dens evaluated
at the passed position array. If None is passed (the default)
an automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt
to construct the derivative of neg_log_dens automatically.
"""

super().__init__(
neg_log_dens,
matrices.PositiveScaledIdentityMatrix,
metric_scalar_func,
vjp_metric_scalar_func,
)

@cache_in_state("pos")
def metric(self, state):
return self._metric_matrix_class(
self.metric_func(state), size=state.pos.shape
)

### Methods

 def metric(self, state) 

Function computing the metric matrix representation.

The returned type of this function is that specified by the metric_matrix_class argument to the initializer.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

mici.matrices.PositiveDefiniteMatrix: Metric matrix representation.

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@cache_in_state("pos")
def metric(self, state):
return self._metric_matrix_class(
self.metric_func(state), size=state.pos.shape
)
 def metric_func(self, state) 

Function computing the parameter of the metric matrix representation.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of metric_func(state.pos).
 def vjp_metric_func(self, state) 

Function constructing a vector-Jacobian-product for metric_func.

The vector-Jacobian-product is here defined as a function of an array v (of the same shape as the output of metric_func) corresponding to

vjp(v) = sum(v[..., None] * jacob, axis=tuple(range(v.ndim))


where jacob is the Jacobian of m = metric_func(q) wrt q i.e. the array of partial derivatives of the function such that

jacob[..., i] = ∂m[...] / ∂q[i]


## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute VJP at.

## Returns

Callable[[array], array]: Vector-Jacobian-product function.

 def h(self, state) 

Hamiltonian function for system.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

float
Value of Hamiltonian.
 def h1(self, state) 

Hamiltonian component depending only on position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

float
Value of h1 Hamiltonian component.
 def dh1_dpos(self, state) 

Derivative of h1 Hamiltonian component with respect to position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of computed h1 derivative.
 def h2(self, state) 

Hamiltonian component depending on momentum and optionally position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

float
Value of h2 Hamiltonian component.
 def dh2_dmom(self, state) 

Derivative of h2 Hamiltonian component with respect to momentum.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of h2(state) derivative with respect to state.pos.
 def sample_momentum(self, state, rng) 

Sample a momentum from its conditional distribution given a position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State defining position to condition on.

## Returns

mom : array
Sampled momentum.
 def neg_log_dens(self, state) 

Negative logarithm of unnormalized density of target distribution.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

float
Value of computed negative log density.
 def grad_neg_log_dens(self, state) 

Derivative of negative log density with respect to position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of neg_log_dens(state) derivative with respect to state.pos.
 def h1_flow(self, state, dt) 

Apply exact flow map corresponding to h1 Hamiltonian component.

state argument is modified in place.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to start flow at.
dt : float
Time interval to simulate flow for.
 def dh_dpos(self, state) 

Derivative of Hamiltonian with respect to position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of h(state) derivative with respect to state.pos.
 def dh_dmom(self, state) 

Derivative of Hamiltonian with respect to momentum.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of h(state) derivative with respect to state.mom.
 class DiagonalRiemannianMetricSystem (neg_log_dens, metric_diagonal_func, vjp_metric_diagonal_func=None, grad_neg_log_dens=None) 

Riemannian-metric system with diagonal matrix representation.

Hamiltonian system with a position dependent diagonal metric matrix representation which is specified by a vector-valued function metric_diagonal_func of the position q which outputs a 1D array with strictly positive elements d = metric_diagonal_func(q) with the metric matrix representation then taken to be diag(d).

See documentation of RiemannianMetricSystem for more general details about Riemannian-metric Hamiltonian systems.

## Args

neg_log_dens : Callable[[array], float]
Function which given a position array returns the negative logarithm of an unnormalized probability density on the position space with respect to the Lebesgue measure, with the corresponding distribution on the position space being the target distribution it is wished to draw approximate samples from.
metric_diagonal_func : Callable[[array], array]
Function which given a position array returns a 1D array with strictly positive values corresponding to the diagonal values (left-to-right) of the diagonal metric matrix representation.
vjp_metric_diagonal_func : None or
Callable[[array], Callable[[array], array]] or
Callable[[array], Tuple[Callable[[array], array], array]]

Function which given a position array returns another function which takes a 1D array as an argument and returns the vector-Jacobian-product (VJP) of metric_diagonal_func with respect to the position array argument. The VJP is here defined as a function of a 1D array v

vjp(v) = sum(v[:, None] * jacob[:, :], axis=0)


where jacob is the (dim_pos, dim_pos) shaped Jacobian of d = metric_diagonal_func(q) with respect to q i.e. the array of partial derivatives of the function such that

jacob[i, j] = ∂d[i] / ∂q[j]


Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values with the first a function to compute a VJP of metric_diagonal_func and the second a 1D array containing the value of metric_diagonal_func, both evaluated at the passed position array. If None is passed (the default) an automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt to construct a function which calculates the VJP (and value) of metric_diagonal_func automatically.

grad_neg_log_dens :
None or Callable[[array], array or Tuple[array, float]]

Function which given a position array returns the derivative of neg_log_dens with respect to the position array argument. Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values with the first being the array corresponding to the derivative and the second being the value of the neg_log_dens evaluated at the passed position array. If None is passed (the default) an automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt to construct the derivative of neg_log_dens automatically.

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class DiagonalRiemannianMetricSystem(RiemannianMetricSystem):
"""Riemannian-metric system with diagonal matrix representation.

Hamiltonian system with a position dependent diagonal metric matrix
representation which is specified by a vector-valued function
metric_diagonal_func of the position q which outputs a 1D array with
strictly positive elements d = metric_diagonal_func(q) with the metric
matrix representation then taken to be diag(d).

See documentation of RiemannianMetricSystem for more general details
"""

def __init__(
self,
neg_log_dens,
metric_diagonal_func,
vjp_metric_diagonal_func=None,
):
"""
Args:
neg_log_dens (Callable[[array], float]): Function which given a
position array returns the negative logarithm of an
unnormalized probability density on the position space with
respect to the Lebesgue measure, with the corresponding
distribution on the position space being the target
distribution it is wished to draw approximate samples from.
metric_diagonal_func (Callable[[array], array]): Function which
given a position array returns a 1D array with strictly
positive values corresponding to the diagonal values
(left-to-right) of the diagonal metric matrix representation.
vjp_metric_diagonal_func (None or
Callable[[array], Callable[[array], array]] or
Callable[[array], Tuple[Callable[[array], array], array]]):
Function which given a position array returns another function
which takes a 1D array as an argument and returns the
*vector-Jacobian-product* (VJP) of metric_diagonal_func with
respect to the position array argument. The VJP is here defined
as a function of a 1D array v

vjp(v) = sum(v[:, None] * jacob[:, :], axis=0)

where jacob is the (dim_pos, dim_pos) shaped Jacobian of
d = metric_diagonal_func(q) with respect to q i.e. the
array of partial derivatives of the function such that

jacob[i, j] = ∂d[i] / ∂q[j]

Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values
with the first a function to compute a VJP of
metric_diagonal_func and the second a 1D array containing the
value of metric_diagonal_func, both evaluated at the passed
position array. If None is passed (the default) an automatic
differentiation fallback will be used to attempt to construct a
function which calculates the VJP (and value) of
metric_diagonal_func automatically.
None or Callable[[array], array or Tuple[array, float]]):
Function which given a position array returns the derivative of
neg_log_dens with respect to the position array argument.
Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values
with the first being the array corresponding to the derivative
and the second being the value of the neg_log_dens evaluated
at the passed position array. If None is passed (the default)
an automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt
to construct the derivative of neg_log_dens automatically.
"""
super().__init__(
neg_log_dens,
matrices.PositiveDiagonalMatrix,
metric_diagonal_func,
vjp_metric_diagonal_func,
)

### Methods

 def metric_func(self, state) 

Function computing the parameter of the metric matrix representation.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of metric_func(state.pos).
 def vjp_metric_func(self, state) 

Function constructing a vector-Jacobian-product for metric_func.

The vector-Jacobian-product is here defined as a function of an array v (of the same shape as the output of metric_func) corresponding to

vjp(v) = sum(v[..., None] * jacob, axis=tuple(range(v.ndim))


where jacob is the Jacobian of m = metric_func(q) wrt q i.e. the array of partial derivatives of the function such that

jacob[..., i] = ∂m[...] / ∂q[i]


## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute VJP at.

## Returns

Callable[[array], array]: Vector-Jacobian-product function.

 def metric(self, state) 

Function computing the metric matrix representation.

The returned type of this function is that specified by the metric_matrix_class argument to the initializer.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

mici.matrices.PositiveDefiniteMatrix: Metric matrix representation.

 def h(self, state) 

Hamiltonian function for system.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

float
Value of Hamiltonian.
 def h1(self, state) 

Hamiltonian component depending only on position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

float
Value of h1 Hamiltonian component.
 def dh1_dpos(self, state) 

Derivative of h1 Hamiltonian component with respect to position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of computed h1 derivative.
 def h2(self, state) 

Hamiltonian component depending on momentum and optionally position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

float
Value of h2 Hamiltonian component.
 def dh2_dmom(self, state) 

Derivative of h2 Hamiltonian component with respect to momentum.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of h2(state) derivative with respect to state.pos.
 def sample_momentum(self, state, rng) 

Sample a momentum from its conditional distribution given a position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State defining position to condition on.

## Returns

mom : array
Sampled momentum.
 def neg_log_dens(self, state) 

Negative logarithm of unnormalized density of target distribution.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

float
Value of computed negative log density.
 def grad_neg_log_dens(self, state) 

Derivative of negative log density with respect to position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of neg_log_dens(state) derivative with respect to state.pos.
 def h1_flow(self, state, dt) 

Apply exact flow map corresponding to h1 Hamiltonian component.

state argument is modified in place.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to start flow at.
dt : float
Time interval to simulate flow for.
 def dh_dpos(self, state) 

Derivative of Hamiltonian with respect to position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of h(state) derivative with respect to state.pos.
 def dh_dmom(self, state) 

Derivative of Hamiltonian with respect to momentum.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of h(state) derivative with respect to state.mom.
 class CholeskyFactoredRiemannianMetricSystem (neg_log_dens, metric_chol_func, vjp_metric_chol_func=None, grad_neg_log_dens=None) 

Riemannian-metric system with Cholesky-factored matrix representation.

Hamiltonian system with a position dependent metric matrix representation which is specified by its Cholesky factor by a matrix function metric_chol_func of the position q which outputs a lower-triangular matrix L = metric_chol_func(q) with the metric matrix representation then taken to be L @ L.T.

See documentation of RiemannianMetricSystem for more general details about Riemannian-metric Hamiltonian systems.

## Args

neg_log_dens : Callable[[array], float]
Function which given a position array returns the negative logarithm of an unnormalized probability density on the position space with respect to the Lebesgue measure, with the corresponding distribution on the position space being the target distribution it is wished to draw approximate samples from.
metric_chol_func : Callable[[array], array]
Function which given a position array returns a 2D array with zeros above the diagonal corresponding to the lower-triangular Cholesky-factor of the positive definite metric matrix representation.
vjp_metric_chol_func : None or
Callable[[array], Callable[[array], array]] or
Callable[[array], Tuple[Callable[[array], array], array]]

Function which given a position array returns another function which takes a lower-triangular 2D array as an argument (any values in the array above the diagonal are ignored) and returns the vector-Jacobian-product (VJP) of metric_chol_func with respect to the position array argument. The VJP is here defined as a function of a 2D array v

vjp(v) = sum(v[:, :, None] * jacob[:, :, :], axis=(0, 1))


where jacob is the (dim_pos, dim_pos, dim_pos) shaped Jacobian of L = metric_chol_func(q) with respect to q i.e. the array of partial derivatives of the function such that

jacob[i, j, k] = ∂L[i, j] / ∂q[k]


Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values with the first a function to compute a VJP of metric_chol_func and the second a 2D array containing the value of metric_chol_func, both evaluated at the passed position array. If None is passed (the default) an automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt to construct a function which calculates the VJP (and value) of metric_chol_func automatically.

grad_neg_log_dens :
None or Callable[[array], array or Tuple[array, float]]

Function which given a position array returns the derivative of neg_log_dens with respect to the position array argument. Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values with the first being the array corresponding to the derivative and the second being the value of the neg_log_dens evaluated at the passed position array. If None is passed (the default) an automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt to construct the derivative of neg_log_dens automatically.

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class CholeskyFactoredRiemannianMetricSystem(RiemannianMetricSystem):
"""Riemannian-metric system with Cholesky-factored matrix representation.

Hamiltonian system with a position dependent metric matrix representation
which is specified by its Cholesky factor by a matrix function
metric_chol_func of the position q which outputs a lower-triangular
matrix L = metric_chol_func(q) with the metric matrix representation then
taken to be L @ L.T.

See documentation of RiemannianMetricSystem for more general details
"""

def __init__(
self,
neg_log_dens,
metric_chol_func,
vjp_metric_chol_func=None,
):
"""
Args:
neg_log_dens (Callable[[array], float]): Function which given a
position array returns the negative logarithm of an
unnormalized probability density on the position space with
respect to the Lebesgue measure, with the corresponding
distribution on the position space being the target
distribution it is wished to draw approximate samples from.
metric_chol_func (Callable[[array], array]): Function which given
a position array returns a 2D array with zeros above the
diagonal corresponding to the lower-triangular Cholesky-factor
of the positive definite metric matrix representation.
vjp_metric_chol_func (None or
Callable[[array], Callable[[array], array]] or
Callable[[array], Tuple[Callable[[array], array], array]]):
Function which given a position array returns another function
which takes a lower-triangular 2D array as an argument (any
values in the array above the diagonal are ignored) and returns
the *vector-Jacobian-product* (VJP) of metric_chol_func with
respect to the position array argument. The VJP is here defined
as a function of a 2D array v

vjp(v) = sum(v[:, :, None] * jacob[:, :, :], axis=(0, 1))

where jacob is the (dim_pos, dim_pos, dim_pos) shaped
Jacobian of L = metric_chol_func(q) with respect to q i.e.
the array of partial derivatives of the function such that

jacob[i, j, k] = ∂L[i, j] / ∂q[k]

Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values
with the first a function to compute a VJP of
metric_chol_func and the second a 2D array containing the
value of metric_chol_func, both evaluated at the passed
position array. If None is passed (the default) an automatic
differentiation fallback will be used to attempt to construct a
function which calculates the VJP (and value) of
metric_chol_func automatically.
None or Callable[[array], array or Tuple[array, float]]):
Function which given a position array returns the derivative of
neg_log_dens with respect to the position array argument.
Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values
with the first being the array corresponding to the derivative
and the second being the value of the neg_log_dens evaluated
at the passed position array. If None is passed (the default)
an automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt
to construct the derivative of neg_log_dens automatically.
"""
super().__init__(
neg_log_dens,
matrices.TriangularFactoredPositiveDefiniteMatrix,
metric_chol_func,
vjp_metric_chol_func,
metric_kwargs={"factor_is_lower": True},
)

### Methods

 def metric_func(self, state) 

Function computing the parameter of the metric matrix representation.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of metric_func(state.pos).
 def vjp_metric_func(self, state) 

Function constructing a vector-Jacobian-product for metric_func.

The vector-Jacobian-product is here defined as a function of an array v (of the same shape as the output of metric_func) corresponding to

vjp(v) = sum(v[..., None] * jacob, axis=tuple(range(v.ndim))


where jacob is the Jacobian of m = metric_func(q) wrt q i.e. the array of partial derivatives of the function such that

jacob[..., i] = ∂m[...] / ∂q[i]


## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute VJP at.

## Returns

Callable[[array], array]: Vector-Jacobian-product function.

 def metric(self, state) 

Function computing the metric matrix representation.

The returned type of this function is that specified by the metric_matrix_class argument to the initializer.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

mici.matrices.PositiveDefiniteMatrix: Metric matrix representation.

 def h(self, state) 

Hamiltonian function for system.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

float
Value of Hamiltonian.
 def h1(self, state) 

Hamiltonian component depending only on position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

float
Value of h1 Hamiltonian component.
 def dh1_dpos(self, state) 

Derivative of h1 Hamiltonian component with respect to position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of computed h1 derivative.
 def h2(self, state) 

Hamiltonian component depending on momentum and optionally position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

float
Value of h2 Hamiltonian component.
 def dh2_dmom(self, state) 

Derivative of h2 Hamiltonian component with respect to momentum.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of h2(state) derivative with respect to state.pos.
 def sample_momentum(self, state, rng) 

Sample a momentum from its conditional distribution given a position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State defining position to condition on.

## Returns

mom : array
Sampled momentum.
 def neg_log_dens(self, state) 

Negative logarithm of unnormalized density of target distribution.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

float
Value of computed negative log density.
 def grad_neg_log_dens(self, state) 

Derivative of negative log density with respect to position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of neg_log_dens(state) derivative with respect to state.pos.
 def h1_flow(self, state, dt) 

Apply exact flow map corresponding to h1 Hamiltonian component.

state argument is modified in place.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to start flow at.
dt : float
Time interval to simulate flow for.
 def dh_dpos(self, state) 

Derivative of Hamiltonian with respect to position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of h(state) derivative with respect to state.pos.
 def dh_dmom(self, state) 

Derivative of Hamiltonian with respect to momentum.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of h(state) derivative with respect to state.mom.
 class DenseRiemannianMetricSystem (neg_log_dens, metric_func, vjp_metric_func=None, grad_neg_log_dens=None) 

Riemannian-metric system with dense matrix representation.

Hamiltonian system with a position dependent metric matrix representation which is specified to be a dense matrix function metric_func of the position q which is guaranteed to be positive definite almost-everywhere, with M = metric_func(q) then the metric matrix representation.

See documentation of RiemannianMetricSystem for more general details about Riemannian-metric Hamiltonian systems.

## Args

neg_log_dens : Callable[[array], float]
Function which given a position array returns the negative logarithm of an unnormalized probability density on the position space with respect to the Lebesgue measure, with the corresponding distribution on the position space being the target distribution it is wished to draw approximate samples from.
metric_func : Callable[[array], array]
Function which given a position array returns a 2D array corresponding to the positive definite metric matrix representation. The returned matrices (2D arrays) are assumed to be positive-definite for all input positions and a LinAlgError exception may be raised if this fails to be the case.
vjp_metric_func : None or
Callable[[array], Callable[[array], array]] or
Callable[[array], Tuple[Callable[[array], array], array]]

Function which given a position array returns another function which takes a 2D array as an argument and returns the vector-Jacobian-product (VJP) of metric_func with respect to the position array argument. The VJP is here defined as a function of a 2D array v

vjp(v) = sum(v[:, :, None] * jacob[:, :, :], axis=(0, 1))


where jacob is the (dim_pos, dim_pos, dim_pos) shaped Jacobian of M = metric_func(q) with respect to q i.e. the array of partial derivatives of the function such that

jacob[i, j, k] = ∂M[i, j] / ∂q[k]


Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values with the first a function to compute a VJP of metric_func and the second a 2D array containing the value of metric_func, both evaluated at the passed position array. If None is passed (the default) an automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt to construct a function which calculates the VJP (and value) of metric_func automatically.

grad_neg_log_dens :
None or Callable[[array], array or Tuple[array, float]]

Function which given a position array returns the derivative of neg_log_dens with respect to the position array argument. Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values with the first being the array corresponding to the derivative and the second being the value of the neg_log_dens evaluated at the passed position array. If None is passed (the default) an automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt to construct the derivative of neg_log_dens automatically.

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class DenseRiemannianMetricSystem(RiemannianMetricSystem):
"""Riemannian-metric system with dense matrix representation.

Hamiltonian system with a position dependent metric matrix representation
which is specified to be a dense matrix function metric_func of the
position q which is guaranteed to be positive definite almost-everywhere,
with M = metric_func(q) then the metric matrix representation.

See documentation of RiemannianMetricSystem for more general details
"""

def __init__(
):
"""
Args:
neg_log_dens (Callable[[array], float]): Function which given a
position array returns the negative logarithm of an
unnormalized probability density on the position space with
respect to the Lebesgue measure, with the corresponding
distribution on the position space being the target
distribution it is wished to draw approximate samples from.
metric_func (Callable[[array], array]): Function which given a
position array returns a 2D array corresponding to the positive
definite metric matrix representation. The returned matrices
(2D arrays) are assumed to be positive-definite for all input
positions and a LinAlgError exception may be raised if this
fails to be the case.
vjp_metric_func (None or
Callable[[array], Callable[[array], array]] or
Callable[[array], Tuple[Callable[[array], array], array]]):
Function which given a position array returns another function
which takes a 2D array as an argument and returns the
*vector-Jacobian-product* (VJP) of metric_func with respect
to the position array argument. The VJP is here defined as a
function of a 2D array v

vjp(v) = sum(v[:, :, None] * jacob[:, :, :], axis=(0, 1))

where jacob is the (dim_pos, dim_pos, dim_pos) shaped
Jacobian of M = metric_func(q) with respect to q i.e. the
array of partial derivatives of the function such that

jacob[i, j, k] = ∂M[i, j] / ∂q[k]

Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values
with the first a function to compute a VJP of metric_func and
the second a 2D array containing the value of metric_func,
both evaluated at the passed position array. If None is
passed (the default) an automatic differentiation fallback will
be used to attempt to construct a function which calculates the
VJP (and value) of metric_func automatically.
None or Callable[[array], array or Tuple[array, float]]):
Function which given a position array returns the derivative of
neg_log_dens with respect to the position array argument.
Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values
with the first being the array corresponding to the derivative
and the second being the value of the neg_log_dens evaluated
at the passed position array. If None is passed (the default)
an automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt
to construct the derivative of neg_log_dens automatically.
"""
super().__init__(
neg_log_dens,
matrices.DensePositiveDefiniteMatrix,
metric_func,
vjp_metric_func,
)

### Methods

 def metric_func(self, state) 

Function computing the parameter of the metric matrix representation.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of metric_func(state.pos).
 def vjp_metric_func(self, state) 

Function constructing a vector-Jacobian-product for metric_func.

The vector-Jacobian-product is here defined as a function of an array v (of the same shape as the output of metric_func) corresponding to

vjp(v) = sum(v[..., None] * jacob, axis=tuple(range(v.ndim))


where jacob is the Jacobian of m = metric_func(q) wrt q i.e. the array of partial derivatives of the function such that

jacob[..., i] = ∂m[...] / ∂q[i]


## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute VJP at.

## Returns

Callable[[array], array]: Vector-Jacobian-product function.

 def metric(self, state) 

Function computing the metric matrix representation.

The returned type of this function is that specified by the metric_matrix_class argument to the initializer.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

mici.matrices.PositiveDefiniteMatrix: Metric matrix representation.

 def h(self, state) 

Hamiltonian function for system.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

float
Value of Hamiltonian.
 def h1(self, state) 

Hamiltonian component depending only on position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

float
Value of h1 Hamiltonian component.
 def dh1_dpos(self, state) 

Derivative of h1 Hamiltonian component with respect to position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of computed h1 derivative.
 def h2(self, state) 

Hamiltonian component depending on momentum and optionally position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

float
Value of h2 Hamiltonian component.
 def dh2_dmom(self, state) 

Derivative of h2 Hamiltonian component with respect to momentum.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of h2(state) derivative with respect to state.pos.
 def sample_momentum(self, state, rng) 

Sample a momentum from its conditional distribution given a position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State defining position to condition on.

## Returns

mom : array
Sampled momentum.
 def neg_log_dens(self, state) 

Negative logarithm of unnormalized density of target distribution.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

float
Value of computed negative log density.
 def grad_neg_log_dens(self, state) 

Derivative of negative log density with respect to position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of neg_log_dens(state) derivative with respect to state.pos.
 def h1_flow(self, state, dt) 

Apply exact flow map corresponding to h1 Hamiltonian component.

state argument is modified in place.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to start flow at.
dt : float
Time interval to simulate flow for.
 def dh_dpos(self, state) 

Derivative of Hamiltonian with respect to position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of h(state) derivative with respect to state.pos.
 def dh_dmom(self, state) 

Derivative of Hamiltonian with respect to momentum.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of h(state) derivative with respect to state.mom.
 class SoftAbsRiemannianMetricSystem (neg_log_dens, grad_neg_log_dens=None, hess_neg_log_dens=None, mtp_neg_log_dens=None, softabs_coeff=1.0) 

SoftAbs Riemmanian metric Hamiltonian system.

Hamiltonian system with a position dependent metric matrix representation which is specified to be a dense matrix function metric_func of the position q which is guaranteed to be positive definite almost-everywhere, with M = metric_func(q) then the metric matrix representation.

Hamiltonian system with a position dependent metric matrix representation which is specified to be an eigenvalue-regularized transformation of the Hessian of the negative log density function (the symmetric matrix of second derivatives the negative log density function with respect to the position array components. Specifically if hess_neg_log_dens is a symmetric 2D square array valued function of the position q, with H = hess_neg_log_dens(q) then if an eigenvalue decomposition of H is computed, i.e. eigval, eigvec = eigh(H), with eigval a 1D array of real eigenvalues, and eigvec the corresponding 2D array (orthogonal matrix) with eigenvectors as columns, then the resulting positive-definite metric matrix representation M is computed as

M = eigvec @ diag(softabs(eigval, softabs_coeff)) @ eigvec.T


with softabs(x, softabs_coeff) = x / tanh(x * softabs_coeff) an elementwise function which acts as a smooth approximation to the absolute function (ensuring all the eigenvalues of M are strictly positive) with the additional scalar parameter softabs_coeff controlling the smoothness of the approximation, with softabs tending to the piecewise linear abs function as softabs_coeff tends to infinity, and becoming increasingly smooth as softabs_coeff tends to zero.

See documentation of RiemannianMetricSystem for more general details about Riemannian-metric Hamiltonian systems.

## References

1. Betancourt, M., 2013. A general metric for Riemannian manifold Hamiltonian Monte Carlo. In Geometric science of information (pp. 327-334).

## Args

neg_log_dens : Callable[[array], float]
Function which given a position array returns the negative logarithm of an unnormalized probability density on the position space with respect to the Lebesgue measure, with the corresponding distribution on the position space being the target distribution it is wished to draw approximate samples from.
grad_neg_log_dens :
None or Callable[[array], array or Tuple[array, float]]

Function which given a position array returns the derivative of neg_log_dens with respect to the position array argument. Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values with the first being the array corresponding to the derivative and the second being the value of the neg_log_dens evaluated at the passed position array. If None is passed (the default) an automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt to construct the derivative of neg_log_dens automatically.

hess_neg_log_dens : None or
Callable[[array], array or Tuple[array, array, float]]

Function which given a position array returns the Hessian of neg_log_dens with respect to the position array argument as a 2D array. Optionally the function may instead return a 3-tuple of values with the first a 2D array containting the Hessian of neg_log_dens, the second a 1D array containing the gradient of neg_log_dens and the third the value of neg_log_dens, all evaluated at the passed position array. If None is passed (the default) an automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt to construct a function which calculates the Hessian (and gradient and value) of neg_log_dens automatically.

mtp_neg_log_dens : None or
Callable[[array], Callable[[array], array]] or
Callable[[array], Tuple[Callable, array, array, float]]

Function which given a position array returns another function which takes a 2D array (matrix) as an argument and returns the matrix-Tressian-product (MTP) of neg_log_dens with respect to the position array argument. The MTP is here defined as a function of a matrix m corresponding to

mtp(m) = sum(m[:, :, None] * tress[:, :, :], axis=(0, 1))


where tress is the 'Tressian' of f = neg_log_dens(q) wrt q i.e. the 3D array of third-order partial derivatives of the scalar-valued function such that

tress[i, j, k] = ∂³f / (∂q[i] ∂q[j] ∂q[k])


Optionally the function may instead return a 4-tuple of values with the first a function to compute a MTP of neg_log_dens, the second a 2D array containing the Hessian of neg_log_dens, the third a 1D array containing the gradient of neg_log_dens and the fourth the value of neg_log_dens, all evaluated at the passed position array. If None is passed (the default) an automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt to construct a function which calculates the MTP (and Hesisan and gradient and value) of neg_log_dens automatically.

softabs_coeff : float
Positive regularisation coefficient for smooth approximation to absolute value used to regularize Hessian eigenvalues in metric matrix representation. As the value tends to infinity the approximation becomes increasingly close to the absolute function.
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class SoftAbsRiemannianMetricSystem(RiemannianMetricSystem):
"""SoftAbs Riemmanian metric Hamiltonian system.

Hamiltonian system with a position dependent metric matrix representation
which is specified to be a dense matrix function metric_func of the
position q which is guaranteed to be positive definite almost-everywhere,
with M = metric_func(q) then the metric matrix representation.

Hamiltonian system with a position dependent metric matrix representation
which is specified to be an eigenvalue-regularized transformation of the
Hessian of the negative log density function (the symmetric matrix of
second derivatives the negative log density function with respect to the
position array components. Specifically if hess_neg_log_dens is a
symmetric 2D square array valued function of the position q, with
H = hess_neg_log_dens(q) then if an eigenvalue decomposition of H is
computed, i.e. eigval, eigvec = eigh(H), with eigval a 1D array of
real eigenvalues, and eigvec the corresponding 2D array (orthogonal
matrix) with eigenvectors as columns, then the resulting positive-definite
metric matrix representation M is computed as

M = eigvec @ diag(softabs(eigval, softabs_coeff)) @ eigvec.T

with softabs(x, softabs_coeff) = x / tanh(x * softabs_coeff) an
elementwise function which acts as a smooth approximation to the absolute
function (ensuring all the eigenvalues of M are strictly positive) with
the additional scalar parameter softabs_coeff controlling the smoothness
of the approximation, with softabs tending to the piecewise linear abs
function as softabs_coeff tends to infinity, and becoming increasingly
smooth as softabs_coeff tends to zero.

See documentation of RiemannianMetricSystem for more general details

References:

1. Betancourt, M., 2013. A general metric for Riemannian manifold
Hamiltonian Monte Carlo. In Geometric science of information
(pp. 327-334).
"""

def __init__(
self,
neg_log_dens,
hess_neg_log_dens=None,
mtp_neg_log_dens=None,
softabs_coeff=1.0,
):
"""
Args:
neg_log_dens (Callable[[array], float]): Function which given a
position array returns the negative logarithm of an
unnormalized probability density on the position space with
respect to the Lebesgue measure, with the corresponding
distribution on the position space being the target
distribution it is wished to draw approximate samples from.
None or Callable[[array], array or Tuple[array, float]]):
Function which given a position array returns the derivative of
neg_log_dens with respect to the position array argument.
Optionally the function may instead return a 2-tuple of values
with the first being the array corresponding to the derivative
and the second being the value of the neg_log_dens evaluated
at the passed position array. If None is passed (the default)
an automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt
to construct the derivative of neg_log_dens automatically.
hess_neg_log_dens (None or
Callable[[array], array or Tuple[array, array, float]]):
Function which given a position array returns the Hessian of
neg_log_dens with respect to the position array argument as a
2D array. Optionally the function may instead return a 3-tuple
of values with the first a 2D array containting the Hessian of
neg_log_dens, the second a 1D array containing the gradient
of neg_log_dens and the third the value of neg_log_dens,
all evaluated at the passed position array. If None is passed
(the default) an automatic differentiation fallback will be
used to attempt to construct a function which calculates the
Hessian (and gradient and value) of neg_log_dens
automatically.
mtp_neg_log_dens (None or
Callable[[array], Callable[[array], array]] or
Callable[[array], Tuple[Callable, array, array, float]]):
Function which given a position array returns another function
which takes a 2D array (matrix) as an argument and returns the
*matrix-Tressian-product* (MTP) of neg_log_dens with respect
to the position array argument. The MTP is here defined as a
function of a matrix m corresponding to

mtp(m) = sum(m[:, :, None] * tress[:, :, :], axis=(0, 1))

where tress is the 'Tressian' of f = neg_log_dens(q) wrt
q i.e. the 3D array of third-order partial derivatives of the
scalar-valued function such that

tress[i, j, k] = ∂³f / (∂q[i] ∂q[j] ∂q[k])

Optionally the function may instead return a 4-tuple of values
with the first a function to compute a MTP of neg_log_dens,
the second a 2D array containing the Hessian of neg_log_dens,
the third a 1D array containing the gradient of neg_log_dens
and the fourth the value of neg_log_dens, all evaluated at
the passed position array. If None is passed (the default) an
automatic differentiation fallback will be used to attempt to
construct a function which calculates the MTP (and Hesisan and
gradient and value) of neg_log_dens automatically.
softabs_coeff (float): Positive regularisation coefficient for
smooth approximation to absolute value used to regularize
Hessian eigenvalues in metric matrix representation. As the
value tends to infinity the approximation becomes increasingly
close to the absolute function.
"""
self._hess_neg_log_dens = autodiff_fallback(
)
self._mtp_neg_log_dens = autodiff_fallback(
mtp_neg_log_dens,
neg_log_dens,
"mtp_neg_log_dens",
)
super().__init__(
neg_log_dens,
matrices.SoftAbsRegularizedPositiveDefiniteMatrix,
self._hess_neg_log_dens,
self._mtp_neg_log_dens,
metric_kwargs={"softabs_coeff": softabs_coeff},
)

def metric_func(self, state):
return self.hess_neg_log_dens(state)

def vjp_metric_func(self, state):
return self.mtp_neg_log_dens(state)

def hess_neg_log_dens(self, state):
"""Hessian of negative log density with respect to position.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute value at.

Returns:
hessian (array): 2D array of neg_log_dens(state) second
derivatives with respect to state.pos, with hessian[i, j]
the second derivative of neg_log_dens(state) with respect to
state.pos[i] and state.pos[j].
"""
return self._hess_neg_log_dens(state.pos)

@cache_in_state_with_aux(
)
def mtp_neg_log_dens(self, state):
"""Generate MTP of negative log density with respect to position.

The matrix-Tressian-product (MTP) is here defined as a function of a
matrix m corresponding to

mtp(m) = sum(m[:, :, None] * tress[:, :, :], axis=(0, 1))

where tress is the 'Tressian' of f = neg_log_dens(q) with respect
to q = state.pos i.e. the 3D array of third-order partial derivatives
of the scalar-valued function such that

tress[i, j, k] = ∂³f / (∂q[i] ∂q[j] ∂q[k])

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute value at.

Returns:
mtp (Callable[[array], array]): Function which accepts a 2D array
of shape (state.pos.shape, state.pos.shape) as an
argument and returns an array of shape state.pos.shape
containing the computed MTP value.
"""
return self._mtp_neg_log_dens(state.pos)

### Methods

 def metric_func(self, state) 

Function computing the parameter of the metric matrix representation.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of metric_func(state.pos).
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def metric_func(self, state):
return self.hess_neg_log_dens(state)
 def vjp_metric_func(self, state) 

Function constructing a vector-Jacobian-product for metric_func.

The vector-Jacobian-product is here defined as a function of an array v (of the same shape as the output of metric_func) corresponding to

vjp(v) = sum(v[..., None] * jacob, axis=tuple(range(v.ndim))


where jacob is the Jacobian of m = metric_func(q) wrt q i.e. the array of partial derivatives of the function such that

jacob[..., i] = ∂m[...] / ∂q[i]


## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute VJP at.

## Returns

Callable[[array], array]: Vector-Jacobian-product function.

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def vjp_metric_func(self, state):
return self.mtp_neg_log_dens(state)
 def hess_neg_log_dens(self, state) 

Hessian of negative log density with respect to position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

hessian : array
2D array of neg_log_dens(state) second derivatives with respect to state.pos, with hessian[i, j] the second derivative of neg_log_dens(state) with respect to state.pos[i] and state.pos[j].
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@cache_in_state_with_aux("pos", ("grad_neg_log_dens", "neg_log_dens"))
def hess_neg_log_dens(self, state):
"""Hessian of negative log density with respect to position.

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute value at.

Returns:
hessian (array): 2D array of neg_log_dens(state) second
derivatives with respect to state.pos, with hessian[i, j]
the second derivative of neg_log_dens(state) with respect to
state.pos[i] and state.pos[j].
"""
return self._hess_neg_log_dens(state.pos)
 def mtp_neg_log_dens(self, state) 

Generate MTP of negative log density with respect to position.

The matrix-Tressian-product (MTP) is here defined as a function of a matrix m corresponding to

mtp(m) = sum(m[:, :, None] * tress[:, :, :], axis=(0, 1))


where tress is the 'Tressian' of f = neg_log_dens(q) with respect to q = state.pos i.e. the 3D array of third-order partial derivatives of the scalar-valued function such that

tress[i, j, k] = ∂³f / (∂q[i] ∂q[j] ∂q[k])


## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

mtp : Callable[[array], array]
Function which accepts a 2D array of shape (state.pos.shape, state.pos.shape) as an argument and returns an array of shape state.pos.shape containing the computed MTP value.
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@cache_in_state_with_aux(
)
def mtp_neg_log_dens(self, state):
"""Generate MTP of negative log density with respect to position.

The matrix-Tressian-product (MTP) is here defined as a function of a
matrix m corresponding to

mtp(m) = sum(m[:, :, None] * tress[:, :, :], axis=(0, 1))

where tress is the 'Tressian' of f = neg_log_dens(q) with respect
to q = state.pos i.e. the 3D array of third-order partial derivatives
of the scalar-valued function such that

tress[i, j, k] = ∂³f / (∂q[i] ∂q[j] ∂q[k])

Args:
state (mici.states.ChainState): State to compute value at.

Returns:
mtp (Callable[[array], array]): Function which accepts a 2D array
of shape (state.pos.shape, state.pos.shape) as an
argument and returns an array of shape state.pos.shape
containing the computed MTP value.
"""
return self._mtp_neg_log_dens(state.pos)
 def metric(self, state) 

Function computing the metric matrix representation.

The returned type of this function is that specified by the metric_matrix_class argument to the initializer.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

mici.matrices.PositiveDefiniteMatrix: Metric matrix representation.

 def h(self, state) 

Hamiltonian function for system.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

float
Value of Hamiltonian.
 def h1(self, state) 

Hamiltonian component depending only on position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

float
Value of h1 Hamiltonian component.
 def dh1_dpos(self, state) 

Derivative of h1 Hamiltonian component with respect to position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of computed h1 derivative.
 def h2(self, state) 

Hamiltonian component depending on momentum and optionally position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

float
Value of h2 Hamiltonian component.
 def dh2_dmom(self, state) 

Derivative of h2 Hamiltonian component with respect to momentum.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of h2(state) derivative with respect to state.pos.
 def sample_momentum(self, state, rng) 

Sample a momentum from its conditional distribution given a position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State defining position to condition on.

## Returns

mom : array
Sampled momentum.
 def neg_log_dens(self, state) 

Negative logarithm of unnormalized density of target distribution.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

float
Value of computed negative log density.
 def grad_neg_log_dens(self, state) 

Derivative of negative log density with respect to position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of neg_log_dens(state) derivative with respect to state.pos.
 def h1_flow(self, state, dt) 

Apply exact flow map corresponding to h1 Hamiltonian component.

state argument is modified in place.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to start flow at.
dt : float
Time interval to simulate flow for.
 def dh_dpos(self, state) 

Derivative of Hamiltonian with respect to position.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of h(state) derivative with respect to state.pos.
 def dh_dmom(self, state) 

Derivative of Hamiltonian with respect to momentum.

## Args

state : ChainState
State to compute value at.

## Returns

array
Value of h(state) derivative with respect to state.mom.