Source code for fastoad.openmdao.validity_checker

"""For checking validity domain of OpenMDAO variables."""
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import inspect
import logging
import uuid
from collections import namedtuple
from dataclasses import dataclass
from enum import IntEnum
from typing import Dict, List
from uuid import UUID

import numpy as np
import openmdao.api as om
from openmdao.utils.units import convert_units

from fastoad.openmdao.variables import VariableList

CheckRecord = namedtuple(
A namedtuple that contains result of one variable check

[docs]class ValidityStatus(IntEnum): """ Simple enumeration for validity status. """ OK = 0 TOO_LOW = -1 TOO_HIGH = 1
[docs]class ValidityDomainChecker: """ Decorator class that checks variable values against limit bounds This class aims at producing a status of out of limits variables at the end of an OpenMDAO computation. The point is to allow to define limit bounds when defining an OpenMDAO system, but to make the check on the OpenMDAO problem after the run. When defining an OpenMDAO system, use this class as Python decorator to define validity domains: .. code-block:: @ValidityDomainChecker class MyComponent(om.explicitComponent): ... The above code will check values against lower and upper bounds that have been defined when adding OpenMDAO outputs. Next code shows how to define lower and upper bounds, for inputs and/or outputs. .. code-block:: @ValidityDomainChecker( { "a:variable:with:two:bounds": (-10.0, 1.0), "a:variable:with:lower:bound:only": (0.0, None), "a:variable:with:upper:bound:only": (None, 4.2), }, ) class MyComponent(om.explicitComponent): ... The defined domain limits supersedes lower and upper bounds from OpenMDAO output definitions, but only in the frame of ValidityDomainChecker. In any case, OpenMDAO process is not affected by usage of ValidityDomainChecker. Validity status can be obtained through log messages from Python logging module after problem has been run with: .. code-block:: ... problem.run_model() ValidityDomainChecker.check_problem_variables(problem) **Warnings**: - Units of limit values defined in ValidityDomainChecker are assumed to be the same as in add_input() and add_output() statements of decorated class - Validity check currently only applies to scalar values """ _limit_definitions: Dict[UUID, "_LimitDefinitions"] = {} def __init__(self, limits: Dict[str, tuple] = None, logger_name: str = None): """ :param limits: a dictionary where keys are variable names and values are two-values tuples that give lower and upper bound. One bound can be set to None. :param logger_name: The named of the logger that will be used. If not provided, name of current module (i.e. "__name__"") will be used. """ self._uuid = uuid.uuid4() # use given logger name for now. If it is None, it will be replaced by # calling module name in __call__ (because I could not find a way to get # this module name here with inspect, though it is very easy when we # have the decorated class) limit_definitions = _LimitDefinitions(self._get_caller_filename(), logger_name) for var_name, bounds in limits.items(): lower = bounds[0] if bounds[0] is not None else -np.inf upper = bounds[1] if bounds[1] is not None else np.inf limit_definitions[var_name] = _LimitDefinition(lower, upper) self._limit_definitions[self._uuid] = limit_definitions def __call__(self, om_class: type): # Update logger name if needed: if it was not given, module name of # decorated class is used. if not self._limit_definitions[self._uuid].logger_name: self._limit_definitions[self._uuid].logger_name = om_class.__module__ # We add to the OpenMDAO class a reference to self._limit_definitions[self._uuid] # to be able to update it with OpenMDAO declarations after problem setup. # See _update_problem_limit_definitions() om_class._fastoad_limit_definitions = self._limit_definitions[ self._uuid ] # pylint: disable=protected-access # We create it return om_class
[docs] @classmethod def check_problem_variables(cls, problem: om.Problem) -> List[CheckRecord]: """ Checks variable values in provided problem. Logs warnings for each variable that is out of registered limits. problem.setup() must have been run. :param problem: :return: the list of checks """ cls._update_problem_limit_definitions(problem) variables = VariableList.from_problem(problem) records = cls.check_variables(variables) cls.log_records(records) return records
[docs] @classmethod def check_variables(cls, variables: VariableList) -> List[CheckRecord]: """ Check values of provided variables against registered limits. :param variables: :return: the list of checks """ records: List[CheckRecord] = [] for var in variables: for limit_definitions in cls._limit_definitions.values(): if in limit_definitions: limit_def = limit_definitions[] value = convert_units(var.value, var.units, limit_def.units) if value < limit_def.lower: status = ValidityStatus.TOO_LOW limit = limit_def.lower elif value > limit_def.upper: status = ValidityStatus.TOO_HIGH limit = limit_def.upper else: status = ValidityStatus.OK limit = None records.append( CheckRecord(, status, limit, limit_def.units, var.value, var.units, limit_definitions.source_file, limit_definitions.logger_name, ) ) return records
[docs] @staticmethod def log_records(records: List[CheckRecord]): """ Logs warnings through Python logging module for each CheckRecord in provided list if it is not OK. :param records: :return: """ for record in records: if record.status != ValidityStatus.OK: logger = logging.getLogger(record.logger_name) limit_text = "under lower" if record.value < record.limit_value else "over upper" logger.warning( 'Variable "%s" out of bound: value %s%s is %s limit ( %s%s ) in file %s', record.variable_name, record.value, " " + record.value_units if record.value_units else "", limit_text, record.limit_value, " " + record.limit_units if record.limit_units else "", record.source_file, )
@classmethod def _update_problem_limit_definitions(cls, problem: om.Problem): """ Updates limit definitions using variable declarations of provided OpenMDAO system. problem.setup() must have been run. :param problem: """ variables = VariableList.from_problem( problem, get_promoted_names=False, promoted_only=False ) for var in variables: system_path =".") system = problem.model for system_name in system_path[:-1]: system = getattr(system, system_name) var_name = system_path[-1] if hasattr(system, "_fastoad_limit_definitions"): limit_definitions = system._fastoad_limit_definitions if var_name in limit_definitions: # Get units for already defined limits limit_def = limit_definitions[var_name] if limit_def.units is None and var.units is not None: limit_def.units = var.units elif "lower" in var.metadata or "upper" in var.metadata: # Get bounds if defined in add_output. lower = var.metadata.get("lower") # lower can be None if it is not found OR if it defined and set to None if lower is None: lower = -np.inf upper = var.metadata.get("upper") # upper can be None if it is not found OR if it defined and set to None if upper is None: upper = np.inf units = var.metadata.get("units") if lower > -np.inf or upper < np.inf: limit_definitions[var_name] = _LimitDefinition(lower, upper, units) @staticmethod def _get_caller_filename(): current_frame = inspect.currentframe() try: frame = inspect.getouterframes(current_frame)[2] filename = frame[1] finally: del current_frame del frame return filename
@dataclass class _LimitDefinitions(dict): """ Definition of validity check for one variable. """ source_file: str logger_name: str @dataclass class _LimitDefinition: """ Definition of one validity domain. namedtuple would not do, as we need the possibility to set values (especially units) after instantiation. """ lower: float upper: float units: str = None