- Short Description:
- This PYADOLC, a Python module to differentiate complex algorithms written in Python. It wraps the functionality of the library ADOL-C (C++).
- Sebastian F. Walter
- Licence (new BSD):
Copyright (c) 2008, Sebastian F. Walter All rights reserved. Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met: * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer. * Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution. * Neither the name of the HU Berlin nor the names of its contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from this software without specific prior written permission.
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import numpy from adolc import * N = M = 10 A = numpy.zeros((M,N)) A[:] = [[ 1./N +(n==m) for n in range(N)] for m in range(M)] def f(x): return numpy.dot(A,x) # tape a function evaluation ax = numpy.array([adouble(0) for n in range(N)]) trace_on(1) independent(ax) ay = f(ax) dependent(ay) trace_off() x = numpy.array([n+1 for n in range(N)]) # compute jacobian of f at x J = jacobian(1,x) # compute gradient of f at x if M==1: g = gradient(1,x)
- OPTIONAL REQUIREMENTS:
- For sparse Jacobians and Hessians: ColPack 1.0.0 http://www.cscapes.org/coloringpage/software.htm
- scons build tool (makes things easier if you need to recompile pyadolc)
CHECK REQUIREMENTS: Make sure you have ADOL-C (version 2.1 and above), ColPack (version 1.0.0 and above) the boost libraries and numpy installed. All with header files.
- BUILD COLPACK
- run make
- this should generate ~workspace/ColPack/build/lib/libColPack.so.
- BUILD ADOL-C:
- run ./configure --enable-sparse --with-colpack=/home/b45ch1/workspace/ColPack/build
- REMARK: the option --enable-sparse is used in ADOLC-2.2.1. In ADOLC-2.1.0 it is called --with-sparse.
- run make
- You don't have to run make install.
- You should then have a folder ~/workspace/ADOL-C-2.1.0/ADOL-C with adolc/adolc.h in it.
DOWNLAD PYADOLC: cd ~ and then git clone git://github.com/b45ch1/pyadolc.git
- BUILD PYADOLC:
- change to the folder ~/pyadolc and rename the file setup.py.EXAMPLE to setup.py.
- Adapt setup.py to fit your system. In particular, you have to set the paths to your ADOL-C installation and boost python.
- run python setup.py build. A new folder with a name similar to ~/pyadolc/build/lib.linux-x86_64-2.6 should be generated.
- run python setup.py install to install pyadolc to your system.
- TEST YOUR INSTALLATION:
- Change directory to ~/pyadolc/build/lib.linux-x86_64-2.6
- run python -c "import adolc; adolc.test()". All tests should pass.
You can also use scons (if you have it) instead of using setup.py
If anything goes wrong, please file a bug report.