Source code for gpytorch.lazy.sum_batch_lazy_tensor

#!/usr/bin/env python3

import torch
from .block_lazy_tensor import BlockLazyTensor
from ..utils.broadcasting import _pad_with_singletons
from ..utils.getitem import _noop_index


[docs]class SumBatchLazyTensor(BlockLazyTensor): """ Represents a lazy tensor that is actually the sum of several lazy tensors blocks. The :attr:`block_dim` attribute specifies which dimension of the base LazyTensor specifies the blocks. For example, (with `block_dim=-3` a `k x n x n` tensor represents `k` `n x n` blocks (a `n x n` matrix). A `b x k x n x n` tensor represents `k` `b x n x n` blocks (a `b x n x n` batch matrix). Args: :attr:`base_lazy_tensor` (LazyTensor): A `k x n x n` LazyTensor, or a `b x k x n x n` LazyTensor. :attr:`block_dim` (int): The dimension that specifies the blocks. """ def _add_batch_dim(self, other): shape = list(other.shape) expand_shape = list(other.shape) shape.insert(-2, 1) expand_shape.insert(-2, self.base_lazy_tensor.size(-3)) other = other.reshape(*shape).expand(*expand_shape) return other def _get_indices(self, row_index, col_index, *batch_indices): # Create an extra index for the summed dimension sum_index = torch.arange(0, self.base_lazy_tensor.size(-3), device=self.device) sum_index = _pad_with_singletons(sum_index, row_index.dim(), 0) row_index = row_index.unsqueeze(-1) col_index = col_index.unsqueeze(-1) batch_indices = [index.unsqueeze(-1) for index in batch_indices] res = self.base_lazy_tensor._get_indices(row_index, col_index, *batch_indices, sum_index) return res.sum(-1) def _getitem(self, row_index, col_index, *batch_indices): res = self.base_lazy_tensor._getitem(row_index, col_index, *batch_indices, _noop_index) return self.__class__(res, **self._kwargs) def _remove_batch_dim(self, other): return other.sum(-3) def _size(self): shape = list(self.base_lazy_tensor.shape) del shape[-3] return torch.Size(shape) def diag(self): diag = self.base_lazy_tensor.diag().sum(-2) return diag def evaluate(self): return self.base_lazy_tensor.evaluate().sum(dim=-3) # BlockLazyTensors always use dim3 for the block_dim