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# omrijsharon / torchlex

Complex tensor and complex functions for pytorch.

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# torchlex

Pytorch extension for Complex tensors and complex functions.

Based on the papers:

## Table of Content:

• exp(z)
• log(z)
• sin(z)
• cos(z)
• tan(z)
• tanh(z)
• sigmoid(z)
• softmax(z)

### ReLU function versions for complex numbers

• CReLU(z)
• zReLU(z)
• modReLU(z, bias)

### ComplexTensor Operation

• addition (z + other and other + z)
• subtraction (z - other and other - z)
• multiplication (z * other and other * z)
• matrix multiplication (z @ other and other @ z)
• division (z / other and other / z)

### Examples

• Defaults
• 5 ways to create a ComplexTensor
• Using torchlex functions
• Euler representation

### Quantum Learning:

• Probability density function
• Wave function

### Probability density function

z.PDF(dim)


dim plays the same roll as in torch.softmax function. This function returns the probability density function of your ComplexTensor which is the equivalent of the expectation value in quantum mechanics. The function divides (normalizes) the ComplexTensor by the sum of abs(z) in dimension dim and takes the abs of the result. If left empty or dim=None, the ComplexTensor will be divided by the sum of abs(z) in all dimensions.

### Wave function

z.wave(dim)


dim plays the same roll as in torch.softmax function. This function returns a normalized ComplexTensor which is the equivalent of a quantum wave function. The function divides the ComplexTensor by the sum of abs(z) in dimension dim. If left empty or dim=None, the ComplexTensor will be divided by the sum of abs(z) in all dimensions.

### Softmax

Eq.(36) in the paper Complex-valued Neural Networks with Non-parametric Activation Functions

https://arxiv.org/pdf/1802.08026.pdf

Simone Scardapane, Steven Van Vaerenbergh, Amir Hussain and Aurelio Uncini

### ReLU function versions for complex numbers

#### CReLU(z)

Deep Complex Networks Eq.(5).

https://arxiv.org/pdf/1705.09792.pdf

Chiheb Trabelsi, Olexa Bilaniuk, Ying Zhang, Dmitriy Serdyuk, Sandeep Subramanian, João Felipe Santos, Soroush Mehri, Negar Rostamzadeh, Yoshua Bengio & Christopher J Pal

#### zReLU(z)

Pages 15-16 in the dissertation: On complex valued convolutional neural networks.

https://arxiv.org/pdf/1602.09046.pdf

Nitzan Guberman, Amnon Shashua.

Also refered as Guberman ReLU in Deep Complex Networks Eq.(5) (https://arxiv.org/pdf/1705.09792.pdf).

#### modReLU(z, bias)

Eq.(8) in the paper: Unitary Evolution Recurrent Neural Networks

https://arxiv.org/pdf/1511.06464.pdf

Martin Arjovsky, Amar Shah, and Yoshua Bengio.

Notice that |z| (z.magnitude) is always positive, so if b > 0 then |z| + b > = 0 always. In order to have any non-linearity effect, b must be smaller than 0 (b<0).

## Examples

In the begining of the code you must import the library:

import torchlex


### Defaults:

• ComplexTensor default is complex=True. See explanation in 4.a.

### 5 ways to create a ComplexTensor

1. Inserting a tuple of torch tensors or numpy arrays with the same size and dimensions. The first tensor/array will be the real part of the new ComplexTensor and the second tensor/array will be the imaginary part.
a = torch.randn(3,5)
b = torch.randn(3,5)
z = torchlex.ComplexTensor((a,b))

1. Converting a complex numpy array to a ComplexTensor:
z_array = np.random.randn(3,5) + 1j*np.random.randn(3,5)
z = torchlex.ComplexTensor(z_array)

1. Inserting a ComplexTensor into ComplexTensor. Completely redundant operation. A waste of computation power. Comes with a warning.
z_array = np.random.randn(3,5) + 1j*np.random.randn(3,5)
z_complex = torchlex.ComplexTensor(z_array)
z = torchlex.ComplexTensor(z)

1. a. Inserting a torch tensor / numpy array which contains only the real part of the ComplexTensor:
x = np.random.randn(3,5)
#or
x = torch.randn(3,5)
z = torchlex.ComplexTensor(x, complex=False)

1. b. Inserting a torch tensor which contains the real and the imaginary parts of the ComplexTensor. Last dimension size must be 2. Does not work with numpy arrays.
x = np.random.randn(3,5,2)
z = torchlex.ComplexTensor(x, complex=True)

1. Inserting a list of complex numbers to ComplexTensor:
x = [1, 1j, -1-1j]
z = torchlex.ComplexTensor(x)


### Using torchlex functions

exp(log(z)) should be equal to z:

x = [1,1j,-1-1j]
log_z = torchlex.log(z)
exp_log_z = torchlex.exp(log_z)


we get:

ComplexTensor([ 1.000000e+00+0.j       , -4.371139e-08+1.j       ,
-9.999998e-01-1.0000001j], dtype=complex64)


which is the original [1,1j,-1-1j] with a small numerical error.

### euler representation

We can get r and of Euler's representation. Lets compare ComplexTensor with Numpy:

x = [1,1j,-1-1j]
r, theta = z.euler()
print("ComplexTensor\nr = ", r, '\ntheta = ', theta)
z_np = np.array(x)
print("\nNumpy\nr = ", abs(z_np), '\ntheta = ', np.angle(z_np))


we get:

ComplexTensor
r =  tensor([1.0000, 1.0000, 1.4142])
theta =  tensor([0.0000, 1.5708, 3.9270])

Numpy
r =  [1.         1.         1.41421356]
theta =  [ 0.          1.57079633 -2.35619449]


the last element of theta seems to be different, yet the difference between the two outputs is , which means it is the same angle.

## Quantum Learning

### Probability density function

If z is 2x2 ComplexTensor, then

abs_psi = z.PDF()


returns a probabilities/Categorical tensor of measuring the ij's state . This Categorical can be samples at will by:

abs_psi.sample()


### Wave function

If z is 100x5 ComplexTensor, then

psi = z.PDF(dim=0)


is a collection of 5 wave functions with 100 states each. This ComplexTensor can be used with Quantum Operators: where P is an operator at your choice. For instance, In 1D, will be a (1D) vector and P will be a (2D) matrix.

Complex tensor and complex functions for pytorch.

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