Source code for picos.expressions.cone

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"""Backend for mathematical set type implementations."""

import operator
from abc import abstractmethod

from .. import glyphs
from ..apidoc import api_end, api_start
from ..constraints.uncertain import ScenarioUncertainConicConstraint
from .expression import ExpressionType
from .set import Set

_API_START = api_start(globals())
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[docs]class Cone(Set): """Abstract base class for a cone."""
[docs] def __init__(self, dim, typeStr, symbStr): """Perform basic initialization for :class:`Cone` instances. :param int or None dim: Fixed member dimensionality, or :obj:`None`. :param str typeStr: Short string denoting the set type. :param str symbStr: Algebraic string description of the set. """ if dim: typeStr = "{}-dim. {}".format(dim, typeStr) Set.__init__(self, typeStr, symbStr) if dim is not None and not isinstance(dim, int): raise TypeError( "The cone's fixed dimensionality must be an integer or None.") if dim == 0: raise ValueError("Zero-dimensional cones are not supported.") self._dim = dim
@property def dim(self): """The fixed member dimensionality, or :obj:`None`. If this is :obj:`None`, the instance represents any finite dimensional version of the cone. Such an abstract cone can not be used to define a :class:`~.cone_product.ProductCone`. """ return self._dim @property @abstractmethod def dual_cone(self): """The dual cone.""" pass def _check_dimension(self, element): if self.dim and self.dim != len(element): raise TypeError("The shape {} of {} does not match the fixed " "dimensionality {} of the cone {}.".format(glyphs.shape( element.shape), element.string, self.dim, self.string)) @staticmethod def _predict_base(cls, subtype, relation, other): """Base :meth:`_predict` method for all cone types.""" from .uncertain.pert_scenario import ScenarioPerturbationSet from .uncertain.uexp_affine import UncertainAffineExpression assert isinstance(subtype, cls.Subtype) cone = ExpressionType(cls, subtype) if relation == operator.__rshift__: if issubclass(other.clstype, UncertainAffineExpression) \ and not subtype.dim or subtype.dim == other.subtype.dim: universe = other.subtype.universe_type if issubclass(universe.clstype, ScenarioPerturbationSet): return ScenarioUncertainConicConstraint.make_type( dim=other.subtype.dim, scenario_count=universe.subtype.scenario_count, cone_type=cone) return NotImplemented @staticmethod def _rshift_base(self, element): """Base :meth:`__rshift__` method for all cone types.""" from .uncertain.pert_scenario import ScenarioPerturbationSet from .uncertain.uexp_affine import UncertainAffineExpression if isinstance(element, UncertainAffineExpression): self._check_dimension(element) if isinstance(element.universe, ScenarioPerturbationSet): return ScenarioUncertainConicConstraint(element, self) return NotImplemented
# -------------------------------------- __all__ = api_end(_API_START, globals())