botorch.acquisition¶
Acquisition Function APIs¶
Abstract Acquisition Function APIs¶
Abstract base module for all botorch acquisition functions.
Analytic Acquisition Function API¶
- class botorch.acquisition.analytic.AnalyticAcquisitionFunction(model, posterior_transform=None, **kwargs)[source]¶
Bases:
AcquisitionFunction
,ABC
Base class for analytic acquisition functions.
- Parameters:
model (Model) –
posterior_transform (Optional[PosteriorTransform]) –
Base constructor for analytic acquisition functions.
- Parameters:
model (Model) – A fitted single-outcome model.
posterior_transform (Optional[PosteriorTransform]) – A PosteriorTransform. If using a multi-output model, a PosteriorTransform that transforms the multi-output posterior into a single-output posterior is required.
- set_X_pending(X_pending=None)[source]¶
Informs the acquisition function about pending design points.
- Parameters:
X_pending (Optional[Tensor]) – n x d Tensor with n d-dim design points that have been submitted for evaluation but have not yet been evaluated.
- Return type:
None
- training: bool¶
Cached Cholesky Acquisition Function API¶
Abstract class for acquisition functions leveraging a cached Cholesky decomposition of the posterior covaiance over f(X_baseline).
Monte-Carlo Acquisition Function API¶
- class botorch.acquisition.monte_carlo.MCAcquisitionFunction(model, sampler=None, objective=None, posterior_transform=None, X_pending=None)[source]¶
Bases:
AcquisitionFunction
,MCSamplerMixin
,ABC
Abstract base class for Monte-Carlo based batch acquisition functions.
- Parameters:
model (Model) – A fitted model.
sampler (Optional[MCSampler]) – The sampler used to draw base samples. If not given, a sampler is generated using get_sampler. NOTE: For posteriors that do not support base samples, a sampler compatible with intended use case must be provided. See ForkedRNGSampler and StochasticSampler as examples.
objective (Optional[MCAcquisitionObjective]) – The MCAcquisitionObjective under which the samples are evaluated. Defaults to IdentityMCObjective().
posterior_transform (Optional[PosteriorTransform]) – A PosteriorTransform (optional).
X_pending (Optional[Tensor]) – A batch_shape, m x d-dim Tensor of m design points that have points that have been submitted for function evaluation but have not yet been evaluated.
- abstract forward(X)[source]¶
Takes in a batch_shape x q x d X Tensor of t-batches with q d-dim design points each, and returns a Tensor with shape batch_shape’, where batch_shape’ is the broadcasted batch shape of model and input X. Should utilize the result of set_X_pending as needed to account for pending function evaluations.
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) –
- Return type:
Tensor
- training: bool¶
Multi-Objective Analytic Acquisition Function API¶
- class botorch.acquisition.multi_objective.analytic.MultiObjectiveAnalyticAcquisitionFunction(model, objective=None)[source]¶
Bases:
AcquisitionFunction
Abstract base class for Multi-Objective batch acquisition functions.
Constructor for the MultiObjectiveAnalyticAcquisitionFunction base class.
- Parameters:
model (Model) – A fitted model.
objective (Optional[AnalyticMultiOutputObjective]) – An AnalyticMultiOutputObjective (optional).
- abstract forward(X)[source]¶
Takes in a batch_shape x 1 x d X Tensor of t-batches with 1 d-dim design point each, and returns a Tensor with shape batch_shape’, where batch_shape’ is the broadcasted batch shape of model and input X.
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) –
- Return type:
Tensor
- set_X_pending(X_pending=None)[source]¶
Informs the acquisition function about pending design points.
- Parameters:
X_pending (Optional[Tensor]) – n x d Tensor with n d-dim design points that have been submitted for evaluation but have not yet been evaluated.
- Return type:
None
- training: bool¶
Multi-Objective Monte-Carlo Acquisition Function API¶
- class botorch.acquisition.multi_objective.monte_carlo.MultiObjectiveMCAcquisitionFunction(model, sampler=None, objective=None, constraints=None, eta=0.001, X_pending=None)[source]¶
Bases:
AcquisitionFunction
,MCSamplerMixin
,ABC
Abstract base class for Multi-Objective batch acquisition functions.
NOTE: This does not inherit from MCAcquisitionFunction to avoid circular imports.
- Parameters:
_default_sample_shape – The sample_shape for the default sampler.
model (Model) –
sampler (Optional[MCSampler]) –
objective (Optional[MCMultiOutputObjective]) –
constraints (Optional[List[Callable[[Tensor], Tensor]]]) –
eta (Optional[Union[Tensor, float]]) –
X_pending (Optional[Tensor]) –
Constructor for the MCAcquisitionFunction base class.
- Parameters:
model (Model) – A fitted model.
sampler (Optional[MCSampler]) – The sampler used to draw base samples. If not given, a sampler is generated using get_sampler. NOTE: For posteriors that do not support base samples, a sampler compatible with intended use case must be provided. See ForkedRNGSampler and StochasticSampler as examples.
objective (Optional[MCMultiOutputObjective]) – The MCMultiOutputObjective under which the samples are evaluated. Defaults to IdentityMultiOutputObjective().
constraints (Optional[List[Callable[[Tensor], Tensor]]]) – A list of callables, each mapping a Tensor of dimension sample_shape x batch-shape x q x m to a Tensor of dimension sample_shape x batch-shape x q, where negative values imply feasibility.
eta (Optional[Union[Tensor, float]]) – The temperature parameter for the sigmoid function used for the differentiable approximation of the constraints. In case of a float the same eta is used for every constraint in constraints. In case of a tensor the length of the tensor must match the number of provided constraints. The i-th constraint is then estimated with the i-th eta value.
X_pending (Optional[Tensor]) – A m x d-dim Tensor of m design points that have points that have been submitted for function evaluation but have not yet been evaluated.
- abstract forward(X)[source]¶
Takes in a batch_shape x q x d X Tensor of t-batches with q d-dim design points each, and returns a Tensor with shape batch_shape’, where batch_shape’ is the broadcasted batch shape of model and input X. Should utilize the result of set_X_pending as needed to account for pending function evaluations.
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) –
- Return type:
Tensor
- training: bool¶
Acquisition Functions¶
Analytic Acquisition Functions¶
Analytic Acquisition Functions that evaluate the posterior without performing Monte-Carlo sampling.
- class botorch.acquisition.analytic.LogProbabilityOfImprovement(model, best_f, posterior_transform=None, maximize=True, **kwargs)[source]¶
Bases:
AnalyticAcquisitionFunction
Single-outcome Log Probability of Improvement.
Logarithm of the probability of improvement over the current best observed value, computed using the analytic formula under a Normal posterior distribution. Only supports the case of q=1. Requires the posterior to be Gaussian. The model must be single-outcome.
The logarithm of the probability of improvement is numerically better behaved than the original function, which can lead to significantly improved optimization of the acquisition function. This is analogous to the common practice of optimizing the log likelihood of a probabilistic model - rather the likelihood - for the sake of maximium likelihood estimation.
logPI(x) = log(P(y >= best_f)), y ~ f(x)
Example
>>> model = SingleTaskGP(train_X, train_Y) >>> LogPI = LogProbabilityOfImprovement(model, best_f=0.2) >>> log_pi = LogPI(test_X)
Single-outcome Probability of Improvement.
- Parameters:
model (Model) – A fitted single-outcome model.
best_f (Union[float, Tensor]) – Either a scalar or a b-dim Tensor (batch mode) representing the best function value observed so far (assumed noiseless).
posterior_transform (Optional[PosteriorTransform]) – A PosteriorTransform. If using a multi-output model, a PosteriorTransform that transforms the multi-output posterior into a single-output posterior is required.
maximize (bool) – If True, consider the problem a maximization problem.
- forward(X)[source]¶
Evaluate the Log Probability of Improvement on the candidate set X.
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) – A (b1 x … bk) x 1 x d-dim batched tensor of d-dim design points.
- Returns:
A (b1 x … bk)-dim tensor of Log Probability of Improvement values at the given design points X.
- Return type:
Tensor
- training: bool¶
- class botorch.acquisition.analytic.ProbabilityOfImprovement(model, best_f, posterior_transform=None, maximize=True, **kwargs)[source]¶
Bases:
AnalyticAcquisitionFunction
Single-outcome Probability of Improvement.
Probability of improvement over the current best observed value, computed using the analytic formula under a Normal posterior distribution. Only supports the case of q=1. Requires the posterior to be Gaussian. The model must be single-outcome.
PI(x) = P(y >= best_f), y ~ f(x)
Example
>>> model = SingleTaskGP(train_X, train_Y) >>> PI = ProbabilityOfImprovement(model, best_f=0.2) >>> pi = PI(test_X)
Single-outcome Probability of Improvement.
- Parameters:
model (Model) – A fitted single-outcome model.
best_f (Union[float, Tensor]) – Either a scalar or a b-dim Tensor (batch mode) representing the best function value observed so far (assumed noiseless).
posterior_transform (Optional[PosteriorTransform]) – A PosteriorTransform. If using a multi-output model, a PosteriorTransform that transforms the multi-output posterior into a single-output posterior is required.
maximize (bool) – If True, consider the problem a maximization problem.
- forward(X)[source]¶
Evaluate the Probability of Improvement on the candidate set X.
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) – A (b1 x … bk) x 1 x d-dim batched tensor of d-dim design points.
- Returns:
A (b1 x … bk)-dim tensor of Probability of Improvement values at the given design points X.
- Return type:
Tensor
- training: bool¶
- class botorch.acquisition.analytic.qAnalyticProbabilityOfImprovement(model, best_f, posterior_transform=None, maximize=True, **kwargs)[source]¶
Bases:
AnalyticAcquisitionFunction
Approximate, single-outcome batch Probability of Improvement using MVNXPB.
This implementation uses MVNXPB, a bivariate conditioning algorithm for approximating P(a <= Y <= b) for multivariate normal Y. See [Trinh2015bivariate]. This (analytic) approximate q-PI is given by approx-qPI(X) = P(max Y >= best_f) = 1 - P(Y < best_f), Y ~ f(X), X = (x_1,…,x_q), where P(Y < best_f) is estimated using MVNXPB.
qPI using an analytic approximation.
- Parameters:
model (Model) – A fitted single-outcome model.
best_f (Union[float, Tensor]) – Either a scalar or a b-dim Tensor (batch mode) representing the best function value observed so far (assumed noiseless).
posterior_transform (Optional[PosteriorTransform]) – A PosteriorTransform. If using a multi-output model, a PosteriorTransform that transforms the multi-output posterior into a single-output posterior is required.
maximize (bool) – If True, consider the problem a maximization problem.
- forward(X)[source]¶
Evaluate approximate qPI on the candidate set X.
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) – A batch_shape x q x d-dim Tensor of t-batches with q d-dim design points each
- Returns:
A batch_shape-dim Tensor of approximate Probability of Improvement values at the given design points X, where batch_shape’ is the broadcasted batch shape of model and input X.
- Return type:
Tensor
- training: bool¶
- class botorch.acquisition.analytic.ExpectedImprovement(model, best_f, posterior_transform=None, maximize=True, **kwargs)[source]¶
Bases:
AnalyticAcquisitionFunction
Single-outcome Expected Improvement (analytic).
Computes classic Expected Improvement over the current best observed value, using the analytic formula for a Normal posterior distribution. Unlike the MC-based acquisition functions, this relies on the posterior at single test point being Gaussian (and require the posterior to implement mean and variance properties). Only supports the case of q=1. The model must be single-outcome.
EI(x) = E(max(f(x) - best_f, 0)),
where the expectation is taken over the value of stochastic function f at x.
Example
>>> model = SingleTaskGP(train_X, train_Y) >>> EI = ExpectedImprovement(model, best_f=0.2) >>> ei = EI(test_X)
NOTE: It is strongly recommended to use LogExpectedImprovement instead of regular EI, because it solves the vanishing gradient problem by taking special care of numerical computations and can lead to substantially improved BO performance.
Single-outcome Expected Improvement (analytic).
- Parameters:
model (Model) – A fitted single-outcome model.
best_f (Union[float, Tensor]) – Either a scalar or a b-dim Tensor (batch mode) representing the best function value observed so far (assumed noiseless).
posterior_transform (Optional[PosteriorTransform]) – A PosteriorTransform. If using a multi-output model, a PosteriorTransform that transforms the multi-output posterior into a single-output posterior is required.
maximize (bool) – If True, consider the problem a maximization problem.
- forward(X)[source]¶
Evaluate Expected Improvement on the candidate set X.
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) – A (b1 x … bk) x 1 x d-dim batched tensor of d-dim design points. Expected Improvement is computed for each point individually, i.e., what is considered are the marginal posteriors, not the joint.
- Returns:
A (b1 x … bk)-dim tensor of Expected Improvement values at the given design points X.
- Return type:
Tensor
- training: bool¶
- class botorch.acquisition.analytic.LogExpectedImprovement(model, best_f, posterior_transform=None, maximize=True, **kwargs)[source]¶
Bases:
AnalyticAcquisitionFunction
Logarithm of single-outcome Expected Improvement (analytic).
Computes the logarithm of the classic Expected Improvement acquisition function, in a numerically robust manner. In particular, the implementation takes special care to avoid numerical issues in the computation of the acquisition value and its gradient in regions where improvement is predicted to be virtually impossible.
LogEI(x) = log(E(max(f(x) - best_f, 0))),
where the expectation is taken over the value of stochastic function f at x.
Example
>>> model = SingleTaskGP(train_X, train_Y) >>> LogEI = LogExpectedImprovement(model, best_f=0.2) >>> ei = LogEI(test_X)
Logarithm of single-outcome Expected Improvement (analytic).
- Parameters:
model (Model) – A fitted single-outcome model.
best_f (Union[float, Tensor]) – Either a scalar or a b-dim Tensor (batch mode) representing the best function value observed so far (assumed noiseless).
posterior_transform (Optional[PosteriorTransform]) – A PosteriorTransform. If using a multi-output model, a PosteriorTransform that transforms the multi-output posterior into a single-output posterior is required.
maximize (bool) – If True, consider the problem a maximization problem.
- forward(X)[source]¶
Evaluate logarithm of Expected Improvement on the candidate set X.
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) – A (b1 x … bk) x 1 x d-dim batched tensor of d-dim design points. Expected Improvement is computed for each point individually, i.e., what is considered are the marginal posteriors, not the joint.
- Returns:
A (b1 x … bk)-dim tensor of the logarithm of the Expected Improvement values at the given design points X.
- Return type:
Tensor
- training: bool¶
- class botorch.acquisition.analytic.LogConstrainedExpectedImprovement(model, best_f, objective_index, constraints, maximize=True)[source]¶
Bases:
AnalyticAcquisitionFunction
Log Constrained Expected Improvement (feasibility-weighted).
Computes the logarithm of the analytic expected improvement for a Normal posterior distribution weighted by a probability of feasibility. The objective and constraints are assumed to be independent and have Gaussian posterior distributions. Only supports non-batch mode (i.e. q=1). The model should be multi-outcome, with the index of the objective and constraints passed to the constructor.
LogConstrainedEI(x) = log(EI(x)) + Sum_i log(P(y_i in [lower_i, upper_i])), where y_i ~ constraint_i(x) and lower_i, upper_i are the lower and upper bounds for the i-th constraint, respectively.
Example
# example where the 0th output has a non-negativity constraint and # the 1st output is the objective >>> model = SingleTaskGP(train_X, train_Y) >>> constraints = {0: (0.0, None)} >>> LogCEI = LogConstrainedExpectedImprovement(model, 0.2, 1, constraints) >>> cei = LogCEI(test_X)
Analytic Log Constrained Expected Improvement.
- Parameters:
model (Model) – A fitted multi-output model.
best_f (Union[float, Tensor]) – Either a scalar or a b-dim Tensor (batch mode) representing the best feasible function value observed so far (assumed noiseless).
objective_index (int) – The index of the objective.
constraints (Dict[int, Tuple[Optional[float], Optional[float]]]) – A dictionary of the form {i: [lower, upper]}, where i is the output index, and lower and upper are lower and upper bounds on that output (resp. interpreted as -Inf / Inf if None)
maximize (bool) – If True, consider the problem a maximization problem.
- forward(X)[source]¶
Evaluate Constrained Log Expected Improvement on the candidate set X.
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) – A (b) x 1 x d-dim Tensor of (b) t-batches of d-dim design points each.
- Returns:
A (b)-dim Tensor of Log Expected Improvement values at the given design points X.
- Return type:
Tensor
- training: bool¶
- class botorch.acquisition.analytic.ConstrainedExpectedImprovement(model, best_f, objective_index, constraints, maximize=True)[source]¶
Bases:
AnalyticAcquisitionFunction
Constrained Expected Improvement (feasibility-weighted).
Computes the analytic expected improvement for a Normal posterior distribution, weighted by a probability of feasibility. The objective and constraints are assumed to be independent and have Gaussian posterior distributions. Only supports non-batch mode (i.e. q=1). The model should be multi-outcome, with the index of the objective and constraints passed to the constructor.
Constrained_EI(x) = EI(x) * Product_i P(y_i in [lower_i, upper_i]), where y_i ~ constraint_i(x) and lower_i, upper_i are the lower and upper bounds for the i-th constraint, respectively.
Example
# example where the 0th output has a non-negativity constraint and # 1st output is the objective >>> model = SingleTaskGP(train_X, train_Y) >>> constraints = {0: (0.0, None)} >>> cEI = ConstrainedExpectedImprovement(model, 0.2, 1, constraints) >>> cei = cEI(test_X)
Analytic Constrained Expected Improvement.
- Parameters:
model (Model) – A fitted multi-output model.
best_f (Union[float, Tensor]) – Either a scalar or a b-dim Tensor (batch mode) representing the best feasible function value observed so far (assumed noiseless).
objective_index (int) – The index of the objective.
constraints (Dict[int, Tuple[Optional[float], Optional[float]]]) – A dictionary of the form {i: [lower, upper]}, where i is the output index, and lower and upper are lower and upper bounds on that output (resp. interpreted as -Inf / Inf if None)
maximize (bool) – If True, consider the problem a maximization problem.
- forward(X)[source]¶
Evaluate Constrained Expected Improvement on the candidate set X.
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) – A (b) x 1 x d-dim Tensor of (b) t-batches of d-dim design points each.
- Returns:
A (b)-dim Tensor of Expected Improvement values at the given design points X.
- Return type:
Tensor
- training: bool¶
- class botorch.acquisition.analytic.LogNoisyExpectedImprovement(model, X_observed, num_fantasies=20, maximize=True, posterior_transform=None, **kwargs)[source]¶
Bases:
AnalyticAcquisitionFunction
Single-outcome Log Noisy Expected Improvement (via fantasies).
This computes Log Noisy Expected Improvement by averaging over the Expected Improvement values of a number of fantasy models. Only supports the case q=1. Assumes that the posterior distribution of the model is Gaussian. The model must be single-outcome.
LogNEI(x) = log(E(max(y - max Y_base), 0))), (y, Y_base) ~ f((x, X_base)), where X_base are previously observed points.
Note: This acquisition function currently relies on using a FixedNoiseGP (required for noiseless fantasies).
Example
>>> model = FixedNoiseGP(train_X, train_Y, train_Yvar=train_Yvar) >>> LogNEI = LogNoisyExpectedImprovement(model, train_X) >>> nei = LogNEI(test_X)
Single-outcome Noisy Log Expected Improvement (via fantasies).
- Parameters:
model (GPyTorchModel) – A fitted single-outcome model.
X_observed (Tensor) – A n x d Tensor of observed points that are likely to be the best observed points so far.
num_fantasies (int) – The number of fantasies to generate. The higher this number the more accurate the model (at the expense of model complexity and performance).
maximize (bool) – If True, consider the problem a maximization problem.
posterior_transform (Optional[PosteriorTransform]) –
- forward(X)[source]¶
Evaluate logarithm of the mean Expected Improvement on the candidate set X.
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) – A b1 x … bk x 1 x d-dim batched tensor of d-dim design points.
- Returns:
A b1 x … bk-dim tensor of Log Noisy Expected Improvement values at the given design points X.
- Return type:
Tensor
- training: bool¶
- class botorch.acquisition.analytic.NoisyExpectedImprovement(model, X_observed, num_fantasies=20, maximize=True)[source]¶
Bases:
ExpectedImprovement
Single-outcome Noisy Expected Improvement (via fantasies).
This computes Noisy Expected Improvement by averaging over the Expected Improvement values of a number of fantasy models. Only supports the case q=1. Assumes that the posterior distribution of the model is Gaussian. The model must be single-outcome.
NEI(x) = E(max(y - max Y_baseline), 0)), (y, Y_baseline) ~ f((x, X_baseline)), where X_baseline are previously observed points.
Note: This acquisition function currently relies on using a FixedNoiseGP (required for noiseless fantasies).
Example
>>> model = FixedNoiseGP(train_X, train_Y, train_Yvar=train_Yvar) >>> NEI = NoisyExpectedImprovement(model, train_X) >>> nei = NEI(test_X)
Single-outcome Noisy Expected Improvement (via fantasies).
- Parameters:
model (GPyTorchModel) – A fitted single-outcome model.
X_observed (Tensor) – A n x d Tensor of observed points that are likely to be the best observed points so far.
num_fantasies (int) – The number of fantasies to generate. The higher this number the more accurate the model (at the expense of model complexity and performance).
maximize (bool) – If True, consider the problem a maximization problem.
- forward(X)[source]¶
Evaluate Expected Improvement on the candidate set X.
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) – A b1 x … bk x 1 x d-dim batched tensor of d-dim design points.
- Returns:
A b1 x … bk-dim tensor of Noisy Expected Improvement values at the given design points X.
- Return type:
Tensor
- training: bool¶
- class botorch.acquisition.analytic.UpperConfidenceBound(model, beta, posterior_transform=None, maximize=True, **kwargs)[source]¶
Bases:
AnalyticAcquisitionFunction
Single-outcome Upper Confidence Bound (UCB).
Analytic upper confidence bound that comprises of the posterior mean plus an additional term: the posterior standard deviation weighted by a trade-off parameter, beta. Only supports the case of q=1 (i.e. greedy, non-batch selection of design points). The model must be single-outcome.
UCB(x) = mu(x) + sqrt(beta) * sigma(x), where mu and sigma are the posterior mean and standard deviation, respectively.
Example
>>> model = SingleTaskGP(train_X, train_Y) >>> UCB = UpperConfidenceBound(model, beta=0.2) >>> ucb = UCB(test_X)
Single-outcome Upper Confidence Bound.
- Parameters:
model (Model) – A fitted single-outcome GP model (must be in batch mode if candidate sets X will be)
beta (Union[float, Tensor]) – Either a scalar or a one-dim tensor with b elements (batch mode) representing the trade-off parameter between mean and covariance
posterior_transform (Optional[PosteriorTransform]) – A PosteriorTransform. If using a multi-output model, a PosteriorTransform that transforms the multi-output posterior into a single-output posterior is required.
maximize (bool) – If True, consider the problem a maximization problem.
- forward(X)[source]¶
Evaluate the Upper Confidence Bound on the candidate set X.
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) – A (b1 x … bk) x 1 x d-dim batched tensor of d-dim design points.
- Returns:
A (b1 x … bk)-dim tensor of Upper Confidence Bound values at the given design points X.
- Return type:
Tensor
- training: bool¶
- class botorch.acquisition.analytic.PosteriorMean(model, posterior_transform=None, maximize=True)[source]¶
Bases:
AnalyticAcquisitionFunction
Single-outcome Posterior Mean.
Only supports the case of q=1. Requires the model’s posterior to have a mean property. The model must be single-outcome.
Example
>>> model = SingleTaskGP(train_X, train_Y) >>> PM = PosteriorMean(model) >>> pm = PM(test_X)
Single-outcome Posterior Mean.
- Parameters:
model (Model) – A fitted single-outcome GP model (must be in batch mode if candidate sets X will be)
posterior_transform (Optional[PosteriorTransform]) – A PosteriorTransform. If using a multi-output model, a PosteriorTransform that transforms the multi-output posterior into a single-output posterior is required.
maximize (bool) – If True, consider the problem a maximization problem. Note that if maximize=False, the posterior mean is negated. As a consequence optimize_acqf(PosteriorMean(gp, maximize=False)) actually returns -1 * minimum of the posterior mean.
- forward(X)[source]¶
Evaluate the posterior mean on the candidate set X.
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) – A (b1 x … bk) x 1 x d-dim batched tensor of d-dim design points.
- Returns:
A (b1 x … bk)-dim tensor of Posterior Mean values at the given design points X.
- Return type:
Tensor
- training: bool¶
- class botorch.acquisition.analytic.ScalarizedPosteriorMean(model, weights, posterior_transform=None, **kwargs)[source]¶
Bases:
AnalyticAcquisitionFunction
Scalarized Posterior Mean.
This acquisition function returns a scalarized (across the q-batch) posterior mean given a vector of weights.
Scalarized Posterior Mean.
- Parameters:
model (Model) – A fitted single-outcome model.
weights (Tensor) – A tensor of shape q for scalarization. In order to minimize the scalarized posterior mean, pass -weights.
posterior_transform (Optional[PosteriorTransform]) – A PosteriorTransform. If using a multi-output model, a PosteriorTransform that transforms the multi-output posterior into a single-output posterior is required.
- forward(X)[source]¶
Evaluate the scalarized posterior mean on the candidate set X.
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) – A (b) x q x d-dim Tensor of (b) t-batches of d-dim design points each.
- Returns:
A (b)-dim Tensor of Posterior Mean values at the given design points X.
- Return type:
Tensor
- training: bool¶
Monte-Carlo Acquisition Functions¶
Batch acquisition functions using the reparameterization trick in combination with (quasi) Monte-Carlo sampling. See [Rezende2014reparam], [Wilson2017reparam] and [Balandat2020botorch].
D. J. Rezende, S. Mohamed, and D. Wierstra. Stochastic backpropagation and approximate inference in deep generative models. ICML 2014.
J. T. Wilson, R. Moriconi, F. Hutter, and M. P. Deisenroth. The reparameterization trick for acquisition functions. ArXiv 2017.
- class botorch.acquisition.monte_carlo.qExpectedImprovement(model, best_f, sampler=None, objective=None, posterior_transform=None, X_pending=None, **kwargs)[source]¶
Bases:
MCAcquisitionFunction
MC-based batch Expected Improvement.
This computes qEI by (1) sampling the joint posterior over q points (2) evaluating the improvement over the current best for each sample (3) maximizing over q (4) averaging over the samples
qEI(X) = E(max(max Y - best_f, 0)), Y ~ f(X), where X = (x_1,…,x_q)
Example
>>> model = SingleTaskGP(train_X, train_Y) >>> best_f = train_Y.max()[0] >>> sampler = SobolQMCNormalSampler(1024) >>> qEI = qExpectedImprovement(model, best_f, sampler) >>> qei = qEI(test_X)
q-Expected Improvement.
- Parameters:
model (Model) – A fitted model.
best_f (Union[float, Tensor]) – The best objective value observed so far (assumed noiseless). Can be a batch_shape-shaped tensor, which in case of a batched model specifies potentially different values for each element of the batch.
sampler (Optional[MCSampler]) – The sampler used to draw base samples. See MCAcquisitionFunction more details.
objective (Optional[MCAcquisitionObjective]) – The MCAcquisitionObjective under which the samples are evaluated. Defaults to IdentityMCObjective().
posterior_transform (Optional[PosteriorTransform]) – A PosteriorTransform (optional).
X_pending (Optional[Tensor]) – A m x d-dim Tensor of m design points that have been submitted for function evaluation but have not yet been evaluated. Concatenated into X upon forward call. Copied and set to have no gradient.
kwargs (Any) –
- forward(X)[source]¶
Evaluate qExpectedImprovement on the candidate set X.
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) – A batch_shape x q x d-dim Tensor of t-batches with q d-dim design points each.
- Returns:
A batch_shape’-dim Tensor of Expected Improvement values at the given design points X, where batch_shape’ is the broadcasted batch shape of model and input X.
- Return type:
Tensor
- training: bool¶
- objective: MCAcquisitionObjective¶
- class botorch.acquisition.monte_carlo.qNoisyExpectedImprovement(model, X_baseline, sampler=None, objective=None, posterior_transform=None, X_pending=None, prune_baseline=False, cache_root=True, **kwargs)[source]¶
Bases:
MCAcquisitionFunction
,CachedCholeskyMCAcquisitionFunction
MC-based batch Noisy Expected Improvement.
This function does not assume a best_f is known (which would require noiseless observations). Instead, it uses samples from the joint posterior over the q test points and previously observed points. The improvement over previously observed points is computed for each sample and averaged.
qNEI(X) = E(max(max Y - max Y_baseline, 0)), where (Y, Y_baseline) ~ f((X, X_baseline)), X = (x_1,…,x_q)
Example
>>> model = SingleTaskGP(train_X, train_Y) >>> sampler = SobolQMCNormalSampler(1024) >>> qNEI = qNoisyExpectedImprovement(model, train_X, sampler) >>> qnei = qNEI(test_X)
q-Noisy Expected Improvement.
- Parameters:
model (Model) – A fitted model.
X_baseline (Tensor) – A batch_shape x r x d-dim Tensor of r design points that have already been observed. These points are considered as the potential best design point.
sampler (Optional[MCSampler]) – The sampler used to draw base samples. See MCAcquisitionFunction more details.
objective (Optional[MCAcquisitionObjective]) – The MCAcquisitionObjective under which the samples are evaluated. Defaults to IdentityMCObjective().
posterior_transform (Optional[PosteriorTransform]) – A PosteriorTransform (optional).
X_pending (Optional[Tensor]) – A batch_shape x m x d-dim Tensor of m design points that have points that have been submitted for function evaluation but have not yet been evaluated. Concatenated into X upon forward call. Copied and set to have no gradient.
prune_baseline (bool) – If True, remove points in X_baseline that are highly unlikely to be the best point. This can significantly improve performance and is generally recommended. In order to customize pruning parameters, instead manually call botorch.acquisition.utils.prune_inferior_points on X_baseline before instantiating the acquisition function.
cache_root (bool) – A boolean indicating whether to cache the root decomposition over X_baseline and use low-rank updates.
kwargs (Any) –
TODO: similar to qNEHVI, when we are using sequential greedy candidate selection, we could incorporate pending points X_baseline and compute the incremental qNEI from the new point. This would greatly increase efficiency for large batches.
- forward(X)[source]¶
Evaluate qNoisyExpectedImprovement on the candidate set X.
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) – A batch_shape x q x d-dim Tensor of t-batches with q d-dim design points each.
- Returns:
A batch_shape’-dim Tensor of Noisy Expected Improvement values at the given design points X, where batch_shape’ is the broadcasted batch shape of model and input X.
- Return type:
Tensor
- training: bool¶
- objective: MCAcquisitionObjective¶
- class botorch.acquisition.monte_carlo.qProbabilityOfImprovement(model, best_f, sampler=None, objective=None, posterior_transform=None, X_pending=None, tau=0.001)[source]¶
Bases:
MCAcquisitionFunction
MC-based batch Probability of Improvement.
Estimates the probability of improvement over the current best observed value by sampling from the joint posterior distribution of the q-batch. MC-based estimates of a probability involves taking expectation of an indicator function; to support auto-differntiation, the indicator is replaced with a sigmoid function with temperature parameter tau.
qPI(X) = P(max Y >= best_f), Y ~ f(X), X = (x_1,…,x_q)
Example
>>> model = SingleTaskGP(train_X, train_Y) >>> best_f = train_Y.max()[0] >>> sampler = SobolQMCNormalSampler(1024) >>> qPI = qProbabilityOfImprovement(model, best_f, sampler) >>> qpi = qPI(test_X)
q-Probability of Improvement.
- Parameters:
model (Model) – A fitted model.
best_f (Union[float, Tensor]) – The best objective value observed so far (assumed noiseless). Can be a batch_shape-shaped tensor, which in case of a batched model specifies potentially different values for each element of the batch.
sampler (Optional[MCSampler]) – The sampler used to draw base samples. See MCAcquisitionFunction more details.
objective (Optional[MCAcquisitionObjective]) – The MCAcquisitionObjective under which the samples are evaluated. Defaults to IdentityMCObjective().
posterior_transform (Optional[PosteriorTransform]) – A PosteriorTransform (optional).
X_pending (Optional[Tensor]) – A m x d-dim Tensor of m design points that have points that have been submitted for function evaluation but have not yet been evaluated. Concatenated into X upon forward call. Copied and set to have no gradient.
tau (float) – The temperature parameter used in the sigmoid approximation of the step function. Smaller values yield more accurate approximations of the function, but result in gradients estimates with higher variance.
- forward(X)[source]¶
Evaluate qProbabilityOfImprovement on the candidate set X.
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) – A batch_shape x q x d-dim Tensor of t-batches with q d-dim design points each.
- Returns:
A batch_shape’-dim Tensor of Probability of Improvement values at the given design points X, where batch_shape’ is the broadcasted batch shape of model and input X.
- Return type:
Tensor
- training: bool¶
- objective: MCAcquisitionObjective¶
- class botorch.acquisition.monte_carlo.qSimpleRegret(model, sampler=None, objective=None, posterior_transform=None, X_pending=None)[source]¶
Bases:
MCAcquisitionFunction
MC-based batch Simple Regret.
Samples from the joint posterior over the q-batch and computes the simple regret.
qSR(X) = E(max Y), Y ~ f(X), X = (x_1,…,x_q)
Example
>>> model = SingleTaskGP(train_X, train_Y) >>> sampler = SobolQMCNormalSampler(1024) >>> qSR = qSimpleRegret(model, sampler) >>> qsr = qSR(test_X)
- Parameters:
model (Model) – A fitted model.
sampler (Optional[MCSampler]) – The sampler used to draw base samples. If not given, a sampler is generated using get_sampler. NOTE: For posteriors that do not support base samples, a sampler compatible with intended use case must be provided. See ForkedRNGSampler and StochasticSampler as examples.
objective (Optional[MCAcquisitionObjective]) – The MCAcquisitionObjective under which the samples are evaluated. Defaults to IdentityMCObjective().
posterior_transform (Optional[PosteriorTransform]) – A PosteriorTransform (optional).
X_pending (Optional[Tensor]) – A batch_shape, m x d-dim Tensor of m design points that have points that have been submitted for function evaluation but have not yet been evaluated.
- forward(X)[source]¶
Evaluate qSimpleRegret on the candidate set X.
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) – A batch_shape x q x d-dim Tensor of t-batches with q d-dim design points each.
- Returns:
A batch_shape’-dim Tensor of Simple Regret values at the given design points X, where batch_shape’ is the broadcasted batch shape of model and input X.
- Return type:
Tensor
- training: bool¶
- objective: MCAcquisitionObjective¶
- class botorch.acquisition.monte_carlo.qUpperConfidenceBound(model, beta, sampler=None, objective=None, posterior_transform=None, X_pending=None)[source]¶
Bases:
MCAcquisitionFunction
MC-based batch Upper Confidence Bound.
Uses a reparameterization to extend UCB to qUCB for q > 1 (See Appendix A of [Wilson2017reparam].)
qUCB = E(max(mu + |Y_tilde - mu|)), where Y_tilde ~ N(mu, beta pi/2 Sigma) and f(X) has distribution N(mu, Sigma).
Example
>>> model = SingleTaskGP(train_X, train_Y) >>> sampler = SobolQMCNormalSampler(1024) >>> qUCB = qUpperConfidenceBound(model, 0.1, sampler) >>> qucb = qUCB(test_X)
q-Upper Confidence Bound.
- Parameters:
model (Model) – A fitted model.
beta (float) – Controls tradeoff between mean and standard deviation in UCB.
sampler (Optional[MCSampler]) – The sampler used to draw base samples. See MCAcquisitionFunction more details.
objective (Optional[MCAcquisitionObjective]) – The MCAcquisitionObjective under which the samples are evaluated. Defaults to IdentityMCObjective().
posterior_transform (Optional[PosteriorTransform]) – A PosteriorTransform (optional).
X_pending (Optional[Tensor]) – A batch_shape x m x d-dim Tensor of m design points that have points that have been submitted for function evaluation but have not yet been evaluated. Concatenated into X upon forward call. Copied and set to have no gradient.
- forward(X)[source]¶
Evaluate qUpperConfidenceBound on the candidate set X.
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) – A batch_sahpe x q x d-dim Tensor of t-batches with q d-dim design points each.
- Returns:
A batch_shape’-dim Tensor of Upper Confidence Bound values at the given design points X, where batch_shape’ is the broadcasted batch shape of model and input X.
- Return type:
Tensor
- training: bool¶
- objective: MCAcquisitionObjective¶
Multi-Objective Analytic Acquisition Functions¶
Analytic Acquisition Functions for Multi-objective Bayesian optimization.
References
- class botorch.acquisition.multi_objective.analytic.ExpectedHypervolumeImprovement(model, ref_point, partitioning, objective=None)[source]¶
Bases:
MultiObjectiveAnalyticAcquisitionFunction
Expected Hypervolume Improvement supporting m>=2 outcomes.
This implements the computes EHVI using the algorithm from [Yang2019], but additionally computes gradients via auto-differentiation as proposed by [Daulton2020qehvi].
Note: this is currently inefficient in two ways due to the binary partitioning algorithm that we use for the box decomposition:
We have more boxes in our decomposition
- If we used a box decomposition that used inf as the upper bound for
the last dimension in all hypercells, then we could reduce the number of terms we need to compute from 2^m to 2^(m-1). [Yang2019] do this by using DKLV17 and LKF17 for the box decomposition.
TODO: Use DKLV17 and LKF17 for the box decomposition as in [Yang2019] for greater efficiency.
TODO: Add support for outcome constraints.
Example
>>> model = SingleTaskGP(train_X, train_Y) >>> ref_point = [0.0, 0.0] >>> EHVI = ExpectedHypervolumeImprovement(model, ref_point, partitioning) >>> ehvi = EHVI(test_X)
- Parameters:
model (Model) – A fitted model.
ref_point (List[float]) – A list with m elements representing the reference point (in the outcome space) w.r.t. to which compute the hypervolume. This is a reference point for the objective values (i.e. after applying objective to the samples).
partitioning (NondominatedPartitioning) – A NondominatedPartitioning module that provides the non- dominated front and a partitioning of the non-dominated space in hyper- rectangles.
objective (Optional[AnalyticMultiOutputObjective]) – An AnalyticMultiOutputObjective.
- psi(lower, upper, mu, sigma)[source]¶
Compute Psi function.
For each cell i and outcome k:
Psi(lower_{i,k}, upper_{i,k}, mu_k, sigma_k) = ( sigma_k * PDF((upper_{i,k} - mu_k) / sigma_k) + ( mu_k - lower_{i,k} ) * (1 - CDF(upper_{i,k} - mu_k) / sigma_k) )
See Equation 19 in [Yang2019] for more details.
- Parameters:
lower (Tensor) – A num_cells x m-dim tensor of lower cell bounds
upper (Tensor) – A num_cells x m-dim tensor of upper cell bounds
mu (Tensor) – A batch_shape x 1 x m-dim tensor of means
sigma (Tensor) – A batch_shape x 1 x m-dim tensor of standard deviations (clamped).
- Returns:
A batch_shape x num_cells x m-dim tensor of values.
- Return type:
None
- nu(lower, upper, mu, sigma)[source]¶
Compute Nu function.
For each cell i and outcome k:
nu(lower_{i,k}, upper_{i,k}, mu_k, sigma_k) = ( upper_{i,k} - lower_{i,k} ) * (1 - CDF((upper_{i,k} - mu_k) / sigma_k))
See Equation 25 in [Yang2019] for more details.
- Parameters:
lower (Tensor) – A num_cells x m-dim tensor of lower cell bounds
upper (Tensor) – A num_cells x m-dim tensor of upper cell bounds
mu (Tensor) – A batch_shape x 1 x m-dim tensor of means
sigma (Tensor) – A batch_shape x 1 x m-dim tensor of standard deviations (clamped).
- Returns:
A batch_shape x num_cells x m-dim tensor of values.
- Return type:
None
- forward(X)[source]¶
Takes in a batch_shape x 1 x d X Tensor of t-batches with 1 d-dim design point each, and returns a Tensor with shape batch_shape’, where batch_shape’ is the broadcasted batch shape of model and input X.
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) –
- Return type:
Tensor
- training: bool¶
Multi-Objective Joint Entropy Search Acquisition Functions¶
Acquisition functions for joint entropy search for Bayesian optimization (JES).
References:
- class botorch.acquisition.multi_objective.joint_entropy_search.LowerBoundMultiObjectiveEntropySearch(model, pareto_sets, pareto_fronts, hypercell_bounds, X_pending=None, estimation_type='LB', num_samples=64, **kwargs)[source]¶
Bases:
AcquisitionFunction
,MCSamplerMixin
Abstract base class for the lower bound multi-objective entropy search acquisition functions.
Lower bound multi-objective entropy search acquisition function.
- Parameters:
model (Model) – A fitted batch model with ‘M’ number of outputs.
pareto_sets (Tensor) – A num_pareto_samples x num_pareto_points x d-dim Tensor containing the sampled Pareto optimal sets of inputs.
pareto_fronts (Tensor) – A num_pareto_samples x num_pareto_points x M-dim Tensor containing the sampled Pareto optimal sets of outputs.
hypercell_bounds (Tensor) – A num_pareto_samples x 2 x J x M-dim Tensor containing the hyper-rectangle bounds for integration, where J is the number of hyper-rectangles. In the unconstrained case, this gives the partition of the dominated space. In the constrained case, this gives the partition of the feasible dominated space union the infeasible space.
X_pending (Optional[Tensor]) – A m x d-dim Tensor of m design points that have been submitted for function evaluation, but have not yet been evaluated.
estimation_type (str) – A string to determine which entropy estimate is computed: “0”, “LB”, “LB2”, or “MC”.
num_samples (int) – The number of Monte Carlo samples for the Monte Carlo estimate.
kwargs (Any) –
- abstract forward(X)[source]¶
Compute lower bound multi-objective entropy search at the design points X.
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) – A batch_shape x q x d-dim Tensor of batch_shape t-batches with q
each. (d-dim design points) –
- Returns:
A batch_shape-dim Tensor of acquisition values at the given design points X.
- Return type:
Tensor
- training: bool¶
- class botorch.acquisition.multi_objective.joint_entropy_search.qLowerBoundMultiObjectiveJointEntropySearch(model, pareto_sets, pareto_fronts, hypercell_bounds, X_pending=None, estimation_type='LB', num_samples=64, **kwargs)[source]¶
Bases:
LowerBoundMultiObjectiveEntropySearch
The acquisition function for the multi-objective joint entropy search, where the batches q > 1 are supported through the lower bound formulation.
This acquisition function computes the mutual information between the observation at a candidate point X and the Pareto optimal input-output pairs.
See [Tu2022] for a discussion on the estimation procedure.
NOTES: (i) The estimated acquisition value could be negative.
(ii) The lower bound batch acquisition function might not be monotone in the sense that adding more elements to the batch does not necessarily increase the acquisition value. Specifically, the acquisition value can become smaller when more inputs are added.
Lower bound multi-objective joint entropy search acquisition function.
- Parameters:
model (Model) – A fitted batch model with ‘M’ number of outputs.
pareto_sets (Tensor) – A num_pareto_samples x num_pareto_points x d-dim Tensor containing the sampled Pareto optimal sets of inputs.
pareto_fronts (Tensor) – A num_pareto_samples x num_pareto_points x M-dim Tensor containing the sampled Pareto optimal sets of outputs.
hypercell_bounds (Tensor) – A num_pareto_samples x 2 x J x M-dim Tensor containing the hyper-rectangle bounds for integration. In the unconstrained case, this gives the partition of the dominated space. In the constrained case, this gives the partition of the feasible dominated space union the infeasible space.
X_pending (Optional[Tensor]) – A m x d-dim Tensor of m design points that have been submitted for function evaluation, but have not yet been evaluated.
estimation_type (str) – A string to determine which entropy estimate is computed: “0”, “LB”, “LB2”, or “MC”.
num_samples (int) – The number of Monte Carlo samples used for the Monte Carlo estimate.
kwargs (Any) –
- forward(X)[source]¶
Evaluates qLowerBoundMultiObjectiveJointEntropySearch at the design points X.
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) – A batch_shape x q x d-dim Tensor of batch_shape t-batches with q
each. (d-dim design points) –
- Returns:
A batch_shape-dim Tensor of acquisition values at the given design points X.
- Return type:
Tensor
- training: bool¶
Multi-Objective Max-value Entropy Search Acquisition Functions¶
Acquisition functions for max-value entropy search for multi-objective Bayesian optimization (MESMO).
References
S. Belakaria, A. Deshwal, J. R. Doppa. Max-value Entropy Search for Multi-Objective Bayesian Optimization. Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems, 32. 2019.
- class botorch.acquisition.multi_objective.max_value_entropy_search.qMultiObjectiveMaxValueEntropy(model, sample_pareto_frontiers, num_fantasies=16, X_pending=None, sampler=None, **kwargs)[source]¶
Bases:
qMaxValueEntropy
,MultiObjectiveMCAcquisitionFunction
The acquisition function for MESMO.
This acquisition function computes the mutual information of Pareto frontier and a candidate point. See [Belakaria2019] for a detailed discussion.
q > 1 is supported through cyclic optimization and fantasies.
Noisy observations are support by computing information gain with observation noise as in Appendix C in [Takeno2020mfmves].
Note: this only supports maximization.
- _default_sample_shape¶
The sample_shape for the default sampler.
Example
>>> model = SingleTaskGP(train_X, train_Y) >>> MESMO = qMultiObjectiveMaxValueEntropy(model, sample_pfs) >>> mesmo = MESMO(test_X)
Multi-objective max-value entropy search acquisition function.
- Parameters:
model (Model) – A fitted multi-output model.
sample_pareto_frontiers (Callable[[Model], Tensor]) – A callable that takes a model and returns a num_samples x n’ x m-dim tensor of outcomes to use for constructing num_samples sampled Pareto frontiers.
num_fantasies (int) – Number of fantasies to generate. The higher this number the more accurate the model (at the expense of model complexity, wall time and memory). Ignored if X_pending is None.
X_pending (Optional[Tensor]) – A m x d-dim Tensor of m design points that have been submitted for function evaluation, but have not yet been evaluated.
sampler (Optional[MCSampler]) –
kwargs (Any) –
- set_X_pending(X_pending=None)[source]¶
Set pending points.
Informs the acquisition function about pending design points, fantasizes the model on the pending points and draws max-value samples from the fantasized model posterior.
- Parameters:
X_pending (Optional[Tensor]) – m x d Tensor with m d-dim design points that have been submitted for evaluation but have not yet been evaluated.
- Return type:
None
- forward(X)[source]¶
Compute max-value entropy at the design points X.
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) – A batch_shape x 1 x d-dim Tensor of batch_shape t-batches with 1 d-dim design points each.
- Returns:
A batch_shape-dim Tensor of MVE values at the given design points X.
- Return type:
Tensor
- training: bool¶
- class botorch.acquisition.multi_objective.max_value_entropy_search.qLowerBoundMultiObjectiveMaxValueEntropySearch(model, hypercell_bounds, X_pending=None, estimation_type='LB', num_samples=64, **kwargs)[source]¶
Bases:
LowerBoundMultiObjectiveEntropySearch
The acquisition function for the multi-objective Max-value Entropy Search, where the batches q > 1 are supported through the lower bound formulation.
This acquisition function computes the mutual information between the observation at a candidate point X and the Pareto optimal outputs.
See [Tu2022] for a discussion on the estimation procedure.
NOTES: (i) The estimated acquisition value could be negative.
(ii) The lower bound batch acquisition function might not be monotone in the sense that adding more elements to the batch does not necessarily increase the acquisition value. Specifically, the acquisition value can become smaller when more inputs are added.
Lower bound multi-objective max-value entropy search acquisition function.
- Parameters:
model (Model) – A fitted batch model with ‘M’ number of outputs.
hypercell_bounds (Tensor) – A num_pareto_samples x 2 x J x M-dim Tensor containing the hyper-rectangle bounds for integration, where J is the number of hyper-rectangles. In the unconstrained case, this gives the partition of the dominated space. In the constrained case, this gives the partition of the feasible dominated space union the infeasible space.
X_pending (Optional[Tensor]) – A m x d-dim Tensor of m design points that have been submitted for function evaluation, but have not yet been evaluated.
estimation_type (str) – A string to determine which entropy estimate is computed: “0”, “LB”, “LB2”, or “MC”.
num_samples (int) – The number of Monte Carlo samples for the Monte Carlo estimate.
kwargs (Any) –
- forward(X)[source]¶
Evaluates qLowerBoundMultiObjectiveMaxValueEntropySearch at the design points X.
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) – A batch_shape x q x d-dim Tensor of batch_shape t-batches with q
each. (d-dim design points) –
- Returns:
A batch_shape-dim Tensor of acquisition values at the given design points X.
- Return type:
Tensor
- training: bool¶
Multi-Objective Monte-Carlo Acquisition Functions¶
Monte-Carlo Acquisition Functions for Multi-objective Bayesian optimization.
References
S. Daulton, M. Balandat, and E. Bakshy. Differentiable Expected Hypervolume Improvement for Parallel Multi-Objective Bayesian Optimization. Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 33, 2020.
S. Daulton, M. Balandat, and E. Bakshy. Parallel Bayesian Optimization of Multiple Noisy Objectives with Expected Hypervolume Improvement. Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 34, 2021.
- class botorch.acquisition.multi_objective.monte_carlo.qExpectedHypervolumeImprovement(model, ref_point, partitioning, sampler=None, objective=None, constraints=None, X_pending=None, eta=0.001)[source]¶
Bases:
MultiObjectiveMCAcquisitionFunction
q-Expected Hypervolume Improvement supporting m>=2 outcomes.
See [Daulton2020qehvi] for details.
Example
>>> model = SingleTaskGP(train_X, train_Y) >>> ref_point = [0.0, 0.0] >>> qEHVI = qExpectedHypervolumeImprovement(model, ref_point, partitioning) >>> qehvi = qEHVI(test_X)
- Parameters:
model (Model) – A fitted model.
ref_point (Union[List[float], Tensor]) – A list or tensor with m elements representing the reference point (in the outcome space) w.r.t. to which compute the hypervolume. This is a reference point for the objective values (i.e. after applying`objective` to the samples).
partitioning (NondominatedPartitioning) – A NondominatedPartitioning module that provides the non- dominated front and a partitioning of the non-dominated space in hyper- rectangles. If constraints are present, this partitioning must only include feasible points.
sampler (Optional[MCSampler]) – The sampler used to draw base samples. If not given, a sampler is generated using get_sampler.
objective (Optional[MCMultiOutputObjective]) – The MCMultiOutputObjective under which the samples are evaluated. Defaults to IdentityMultiOutputObjective().
constraints (Optional[List[Callable[[Tensor], Tensor]]]) – A list of callables, each mapping a Tensor of dimension sample_shape x batch-shape x q x m to a Tensor of dimension sample_shape x batch-shape x q, where negative values imply feasibility. The acqusition function will compute expected feasible hypervolume.
X_pending (Optional[Tensor]) – A batch_shape x m x d-dim Tensor of m design points that have points that have been submitted for function evaluation but have not yet been evaluated. Concatenated into X upon forward call. Copied and set to have no gradient.
eta (Optional[Union[Tensor, float]]) – The temperature parameter for the sigmoid function used for the differentiable approximation of the constraints. In case of a float the same eta is used for every constraint in constraints. In case of a tensor the length of the tensor must match the number of provided constraints. The i-th constraint is then estimated with the i-th eta value.
- forward(X)[source]¶
Takes in a batch_shape x q x d X Tensor of t-batches with q d-dim design points each, and returns a Tensor with shape batch_shape’, where batch_shape’ is the broadcasted batch shape of model and input X. Should utilize the result of set_X_pending as needed to account for pending function evaluations.
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) –
- Return type:
Tensor
- training: bool¶
- class botorch.acquisition.multi_objective.monte_carlo.qNoisyExpectedHypervolumeImprovement(model, ref_point, X_baseline, sampler=None, objective=None, constraints=None, X_pending=None, eta=0.001, prune_baseline=False, alpha=0.0, cache_pending=True, max_iep=0, incremental_nehvi=True, cache_root=True, **kwargs)[source]¶
Bases:
qExpectedHypervolumeImprovement
,CachedCholeskyMCAcquisitionFunction
q-Noisy Expected Hypervolume Improvement supporting m>=2 outcomes.
See [Daulton2021nehvi] for details.
Example
>>> model = SingleTaskGP(train_X, train_Y) >>> ref_point = [0.0, 0.0] >>> qNEHVI = qNoisyExpectedHypervolumeImprovement(model, ref_point, train_X) >>> qnehvi = qNEHVI(test_X)
- Parameters:
model (Model) – A fitted model.
ref_point (Union[List[float], Tensor]) – A list or tensor with m elements representing the reference point (in the outcome space) w.r.t. to which compute the hypervolume. This is a reference point for the objective values (i.e. after applying objective to the samples).
X_baseline (Tensor) – A r x d-dim Tensor of r design points that have already been observed. These points are considered as potential approximate pareto-optimal design points.
sampler (Optional[MCSampler]) – The sampler used to draw base samples. If not given, a sampler is generated using get_sampler. Note: a pareto front is created for each mc sample, which can be computationally intensive for m > 2.
objective (Optional[MCMultiOutputObjective]) – The MCMultiOutputObjective under which the samples are evaluated. Defaults to IdentityMultiOutputObjective().
constraints (Optional[List[Callable[[Tensor], Tensor]]]) – A list of callables, each mapping a Tensor of dimension sample_shape x batch-shape x q x m to a Tensor of dimension sample_shape x batch-shape x q, where negative values imply feasibility. The acqusition function will compute expected feasible hypervolume.
X_pending (Optional[Tensor]) – A batch_shape x m x d-dim Tensor of m design points that have points that have been submitted for function evaluation, but have not yet been evaluated.
eta (Optional[Union[Tensor, float]]) – The temperature parameter for the sigmoid function used for the differentiable approximation of the constraints. In case of a float the same eta is used for every constraint in constraints. In case of a tensor the length of the tensor must match the number of provided constraints. The i-th constraint is then estimated with the i-th eta value.
prune_baseline (bool) – If True, remove points in X_baseline that are highly unlikely to be the pareto optimal and better than the reference point. This can significantly improve computation time and is generally recommended. In order to customize pruning parameters, instead manually call prune_inferior_points_multi_objective on X_baseline before instantiating the acquisition function.
alpha (float) – The hyperparameter controlling the approximate non-dominated partitioning. The default value of 0.0 means an exact partitioning is used. As the number of objectives m increases, consider increasing this parameter in order to limit computational complexity.
cache_pending (bool) – A boolean indicating whether to use cached box decompositions (CBD) for handling pending points. This is generally recommended.
max_iep (int) – The maximum number of pending points before the box decompositions will be recomputed.
incremental_nehvi (bool) – A boolean indicating whether to compute the incremental NEHVI from the i`th point where `i=1, …, q under sequential greedy optimization, or the full qNEHVI over q points.
cache_root (bool) – A boolean indicating whether to cache the root decomposition over X_baseline and use low-rank updates.
kwargs (Any) –
- property X_baseline: Tensor¶
Return X_baseline augmented with pending points cached using CBD.
- set_X_pending(X_pending=None)[source]¶
Informs the acquisition function about pending design points.
- Parameters:
X_pending (Optional[Tensor]) – n x d Tensor with n d-dim design points that have been submitted for evaluation but have not yet been evaluated.
- Return type:
None
- training: bool¶
- forward(X)[source]¶
Takes in a batch_shape x q x d X Tensor of t-batches with q d-dim design points each, and returns a Tensor with shape batch_shape’, where batch_shape’ is the broadcasted batch shape of model and input X. Should utilize the result of set_X_pending as needed to account for pending function evaluations.
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) –
- Return type:
Tensor
Multi-Objective Multi-Fidelity Acquisition Functions¶
Multi-Fidelity Acquisition Functions for Multi-objective Bayesian optimization.
References
F. Irshad, S. Karsch, and A. Döpp. Expected hypervolume improvement for simultaneous multi-objective and multi-fidelity optimization. arXiv preprint arXiv:2112.13901, 2021.
- class botorch.acquisition.multi_objective.multi_fidelity.MOMF(model, ref_point, partitioning, sampler=None, objective=None, constraints=None, eta=0.001, X_pending=None, cost_call=None, **kwargs)[source]¶
Bases:
qExpectedHypervolumeImprovement
MOMF acquisition function supporting m>=2 outcomes. The model needs to have train_obj that has a fidelity objective appended to its end. In the following example we consider a 2-D output space but the ref_point is 3D because of fidelity objective.
See [Irshad2021MOMF] for details.
Example
>>> model = SingleTaskGP(train_X, train_Y) >>> ref_point = [0.0, 0.0, 0.0] >>> cost_func = lambda X: 5 + X[..., -1] >>> momf = MOMF(model, ref_point, partitioning, cost_func) >>> momf_val = momf(test_X)
- Parameters:
model (Model) – A fitted model. There are two default assumptions in the training data. train_X should have fidelity parameter s as the last dimension of the input and train_Y contains a trust objective as its last dimension.
ref_point (Union[List[float], Tensor]) – A list or tensor with m+1 elements representing the reference point (in the outcome space) w.r.t. to which compute the hypervolume. The ‘+1’ takes care of the trust objective appended to train_Y. This is a reference point for the objective values (i.e. after applying`objective` to the samples).
partitioning (NondominatedPartitioning) – A NondominatedPartitioning module that provides the non- dominated front and a partitioning of the non-dominated space in hyper- rectangles. If constraints are present, this partitioning must only include feasible points.
sampler (Optional[MCSampler]) – The sampler used to draw base samples. If not given, a sampler is generated using get_sampler.
objective (Optional[MCMultiOutputObjective]) – The MCMultiOutputObjective under which the samples are evaluated. Defaults to IdentityMultiOutputObjective().
constraints (Optional[List[Callable[[Tensor], Tensor]]]) – A list of callables, each mapping a Tensor of dimension sample_shape x batch-shape x q x m to a Tensor of dimension sample_shape x batch-shape x q, where negative values imply feasibility. The acquisition function will compute expected feasible hypervolume.
X_pending (Optional[Tensor]) – A batch_shape x m x d-dim Tensor of m design points that have points that have been submitted for function evaluation but have not yet been evaluated. Concatenated into X upon forward call. Copied and set to have no gradient.
cost_call (Callable[Tensor, Tensor]) – A callable cost function mapping a Tensor of dimension batch_shape x q x d to a cost Tensor of dimension batch_shape x q x m. Defaults to an AffineCostModel with C(s) = 1 + s.
eta (Optional[Union[Tensor, float]]) – The temperature parameter for the sigmoid function used for the differentiable approximation of the constraints. In case of a float the same eta is used for every constraint in constraints. In case of a tensor the length of the tensor must match the number of provided constraints. The i-th constraint is then estimated with the i-th eta value.
kwargs (Any) –
- forward(X)[source]¶
Takes in a batch_shape x q x d X Tensor of t-batches with q d-dim design points each, and returns a Tensor with shape batch_shape’, where batch_shape’ is the broadcasted batch shape of model and input X. Should utilize the result of set_X_pending as needed to account for pending function evaluations.
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) –
- Return type:
Tensor
- training: bool¶
Multi-Objective Predictive Entropy Search Acquisition Functions¶
Acquisition function for predictive entropy search for multi-objective Bayesian optimization (PES). The code does not support constraint handling.
NOTE: The PES acquisition might not be differentiable. As a result, we recommend optimizing the acquisition function using finite differences.
References:
E. Garrido-Merchan and D. Hernandez-Lobato. Predictive Entropy Search for Multi-objective Bayesian Optimization with Constraints. Neurocomputing. 2019. The computation follows the procedure described in the supplementary material: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0925231219308525
- class botorch.acquisition.multi_objective.predictive_entropy_search.qMultiObjectivePredictiveEntropySearch(model, pareto_sets, maximize=True, X_pending=None, max_ep_iterations=250, ep_jitter=0.0001, test_jitter=0.0001, threshold=0.01, **kwargs)[source]¶
Bases:
AcquisitionFunction
The acquisition function for Predictive Entropy Search. The code supports both single and multiple objectives as well as batching.
This acquisition function approximates the mutual information between the observation at a candidate point X and the Pareto optimal input using the moment-matching procedure known as expectation propagation (EP).
See the Appendix of [Garrido-Merchan2019] for the description of the EP procedure.
IMPORTANT NOTES: (i) The PES acquisition function estimated using EP is sometimes not differentiable, and therefore we advise using a finite-difference estimate of the gradient as opposed to the gradients identified using automatic differentiation, which occasionally outputs nan values.
The source of this differentiability is in the _update_damping function, which finds the damping factor a that is used to update the EP parameters a * param_new + (1 - a) * param_old. The damping factor has to ensure that the updated covariance matrices, a * cov_f_new + (1 - a) cov_f_old, is positive semi-definiteness. We follow the original paper, which identifies a via a successive halving scheme i.e. we check a=1 then a=0.5 etc. This procedure means a is a function of the test input X. This function is not differentiable in X.
EP could potentially fail for a number of reasons:
(a) When the sampled Pareto optimal points x_p is poor compared to the training or testing data x_n.
(b) When the training or testing data x_n is close the Pareto optimal points x_p.
When the convergence threshold is set too small.
Problem (a) occurs because we have to compute the variable: alpha = (mean(x_n) - mean(x_p)) / std(x_n - x_p), which becomes very large when x_n is better than x_p with high-probability. This leads to a log(0) error when we compute log(1 - cdf(alpha)). We have pre-emptively clamped some values depending on 1`alpha in order to mitigate this.
Problem (b) occurs because we have to compute matrix inverses for the two-dimensional marginals (x_n, x_p). To address this we manually add jitter to the diagonal of the covariance matrix i.e. ep_jitter when training and test_jitter when testing. The default choice is not always appropriate because the same jitter is used for the inversion of the covariance and precision matrix, which are on different scales.
TODO: come up with strategy to adaptively update the jitter.
Problem (c) occurs because a smaller threshold usually means that more EP iterations are required. Running too many EP iterations could lead to invertibility problems such as in problem (b). Setting a larger threshold or reducing the number of EP iterations could alleviate this.
The estimated acquisition value could be negative.
Multi-objective predictive entropy search acquisition function.
- Parameters:
model (Model) – A fitted batched model with M number of outputs.
pareto_sets (Tensor) – A num_pareto_samples x P x d-dim tensor containing the Pareto optimal set of inputs, where P is the number of pareto optimal points. The points in each sample have to be discrete otherwise expectation propagation will fail.
maximize (bool) – If true, we consider a maximization problem.
X_pending (Optional[Tensor]) – A m x d-dim Tensor of m design points that have been submitted for function evaluation, but have not yet been evaluated.
max_ep_iterations (int) – The maximum number of expectation propagation iterations. (The minimum number of iterations is set at 3.)
ep_jitter (float) – The amount of jitter added for the matrix inversion that occurs during the expectation propagation update during the training phase.
test_jitter (float) – The amount of jitter added for the matrix inversion that occurs during the expectation propagation update in the testing phase.
threshold (float) – The convergence threshold for expectation propagation. This assesses the relative change in the mean and covariance. We default to one percent change i.e. threshold = 1e-2.
kwargs (Any) –
- forward(X)[source]¶
Evaluate qMultiObjectivePredictiveEntropySearch on the candidate set X.
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) – A batch_shape x q x d-dim Tensor of t-batches with q d-dim design points each.
- Returns:
A batch_shape’-dim Tensor of acquisition values at the given design points X.
- Return type:
Tensor
- training: bool¶
- botorch.acquisition.multi_objective.predictive_entropy_search.log_cdf_robust(x)[source]¶
Computes the logarithm of the normal cumulative density robustly. This uses the approximation log(1-z) ~ -z when z is small:
- if x > 5:
log(cdf(x)) = log(1-cdf(-x)) approx -cdf(-x)
- else:
log(cdf(x)).
- Parameters:
x (Tensor) – a x_shape-dim Tensor.
- Return type:
Tensor
- Returns
A x_shape-dim Tensor.
The One-Shot Knowledge Gradient¶
Batch Knowledge Gradient (KG) via one-shot optimization as introduced in [Balandat2020botorch]. For broader discussion of KG see also [Frazier2008knowledge] and [Wu2016parallelkg].
M. Balandat, B. Karrer, D. R. Jiang, S. Daulton, B. Letham, A. G. Wilson, and E. Bakshy. BoTorch: A Framework for Efficient Monte-Carlo Bayesian Optimization. Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 33, 2020.
P. Frazier, W. Powell, and S. Dayanik. A Knowledge-Gradient policy for sequential information collection. SIAM Journal on Control and Optimization, 2008.
J. Wu and P. Frazier. The parallel knowledge gradient method for batch bayesian optimization. NIPS 2016.
- class botorch.acquisition.knowledge_gradient.qKnowledgeGradient(model, num_fantasies=64, sampler=None, objective=None, posterior_transform=None, inner_sampler=None, X_pending=None, current_value=None, **kwargs)[source]¶
Bases:
MCAcquisitionFunction
,OneShotAcquisitionFunction
Batch Knowledge Gradient using one-shot optimization.
This computes the batch Knowledge Gradient using fantasies for the outer expectation and either the model posterior mean or MC-sampling for the inner expectation.
In addition to the design variables, the input X also includes variables for the optimal designs for each of the fantasy models. For a fixed number of fantasies, all parts of X can be optimized in a “one-shot” fashion.
q-Knowledge Gradient (one-shot optimization).
- Parameters:
model (Model) – A fitted model. Must support fantasizing.
num_fantasies (Optional[int]) – The number of fantasy points to use. More fantasy points result in a better approximation, at the expense of memory and wall time. Unused if sampler is specified.
sampler (Optional[MCSampler]) – The sampler used to sample fantasy observations. Optional if num_fantasies is specified.
objective (Optional[MCAcquisitionObjective]) – The objective under which the samples are evaluated. If None, then the analytic posterior mean is used. Otherwise, the objective is MC-evaluated (using inner_sampler).
posterior_transform (Optional[PosteriorTransform]) – An optional PosteriorTransform. If given, this transforms the posterior before evaluation. If objective is None, then the analytic posterior mean of the transformed posterior is used. If objective is given, the inner_sampler is used to draw samples from the transformed posterior, which are then evaluated under the objective.
inner_sampler (Optional[MCSampler]) – The sampler used for inner sampling. Ignored if the objective is None.
X_pending (Optional[Tensor]) – A m x d-dim Tensor of m design points that have points that have been submitted for function evaluation but have not yet been evaluated.
current_value (Optional[Tensor]) – The current value, i.e. the expected best objective given the observed points D. If omitted, forward will not return the actual KG value, but the expected best objective given the data set D u X.
kwargs (Any) –
- objective: MCAcquisitionObjective¶
- forward(X)[source]¶
Evaluate qKnowledgeGradient on the candidate set X.
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) –
A b x (q + num_fantasies) x d Tensor with b t-batches of q + num_fantasies design points each. We split this X tensor into two parts in the q dimension (dim=-2). The first q are the q-batch of design points and the last num_fantasies are the current solutions of the inner optimization problem.
X_fantasies = X[…, -num_fantasies:, :] X_fantasies.shape = b x num_fantasies x d
X_actual = X[…, :-num_fantasies, :] X_actual.shape = b x q x d
- Returns:
- A Tensor of shape b. For t-batch b, the q-KG value of the design
X_actual[b] is averaged across the fantasy models, where X_fantasies[b, i] is chosen as the final selection for the i-th fantasy model. NOTE: If current_value is not provided, then this is not the true KG value of X_actual[b], and X_fantasies[b, : ] must be maximized at fixed X_actual[b].
- Return type:
Tensor
- evaluate(X, bounds, **kwargs)[source]¶
Evaluate qKnowledgeGradient on the candidate set X_actual by solving the inner optimization problem.
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) – A b x q x d Tensor with b t-batches of q design points each. Unlike forward(), this does not include solutions of the inner optimization problem.
bounds (Tensor) – A 2 x d tensor of lower and upper bounds for each column of the solutions to the inner problem.
kwargs (Any) – Additional keyword arguments. This includes the options for optimization of the inner problem, i.e. num_restarts, raw_samples, an options dictionary to be passed on to the optimization helpers, and a scipy_options dictionary to be passed to scipy.minimize.
- Returns:
- A Tensor of shape b. For t-batch b, the q-KG value of the design
X[b] is averaged across the fantasy models. NOTE: If current_value is not provided, then this is not the true KG value of X[b].
- Return type:
Tensor
- get_augmented_q_batch_size(q)[source]¶
Get augmented q batch size for one-shot optimization.
- Parameters:
q (int) – The number of candidates to consider jointly.
- Returns:
The augmented size for one-shot optimization (including variables parameterizing the fantasy solutions).
- Return type:
int
- extract_candidates(X_full)[source]¶
We only return X as the set of candidates post-optimization.
- Parameters:
X_full (Tensor) – A b x (q + num_fantasies) x d-dim Tensor with b t-batches of q + num_fantasies design points each.
- Returns:
A b x q x d-dim Tensor with b t-batches of q design points each.
- Return type:
Tensor
- training: bool¶
- class botorch.acquisition.knowledge_gradient.qMultiFidelityKnowledgeGradient(model, num_fantasies=64, sampler=None, objective=None, posterior_transform=None, inner_sampler=None, X_pending=None, current_value=None, cost_aware_utility=None, project=<function qMultiFidelityKnowledgeGradient.<lambda>>, expand=<function qMultiFidelityKnowledgeGradient.<lambda>>, valfunc_cls=None, valfunc_argfac=None, **kwargs)[source]¶
Bases:
qKnowledgeGradient
Batch Knowledge Gradient for multi-fidelity optimization.
A version of qKnowledgeGradient that supports multi-fidelity optimization via a CostAwareUtility and the project and expand operators. If none of these are set, this acquisition function reduces to qKnowledgeGradient. Through valfunc_cls and valfunc_argfac, this can be changed into a custom multi-fidelity acquisition function (it is only KG if the terminal value is computed using a posterior mean).
Multi-Fidelity q-Knowledge Gradient (one-shot optimization).
- Parameters:
model (Model) – A fitted model. Must support fantasizing.
num_fantasies (Optional[int]) – The number of fantasy points to use. More fantasy points result in a better approximation, at the expense of memory and wall time. Unused if sampler is specified.
sampler (Optional[MCSampler]) – The sampler used to sample fantasy observations. Optional if num_fantasies is specified.
objective (Optional[MCAcquisitionObjective]) – The objective under which the samples are evaluated. If None, then the analytic posterior mean is used. Otherwise, the objective is MC-evaluated (using inner_sampler).
posterior_transform (Optional[PosteriorTransform]) – An optional PosteriorTransform. If given, this transforms the posterior before evaluation. If objective is None, then the analytic posterior mean of the transformed posterior is used. If objective is given, the inner_sampler is used to draw samples from the transformed posterior, which are then evaluated under the objective.
inner_sampler (Optional[MCSampler]) – The sampler used for inner sampling. Ignored if the objective is None.
X_pending (Optional[Tensor]) – A m x d-dim Tensor of m design points that have points that have been submitted for function evaluation but have not yet been evaluated.
current_value (Optional[Tensor]) – The current value, i.e. the expected best objective given the observed points D. If omitted, forward will not return the actual KG value, but the expected best objective given the data set D u X.
cost_aware_utility (Optional[CostAwareUtility]) – A CostAwareUtility computing the cost-transformed utility from a candidate set and samples of increases in utility.
project (Callable[[Tensor], Tensor]) – A callable mapping a batch_shape x q x d tensor of design points to a tensor with shape batch_shape x q_term x d projected to the desired target set (e.g. the target fidelities in case of multi-fidelity optimization). For the basic case, q_term = q.
expand (Callable[[Tensor], Tensor]) – A callable mapping a batch_shape x q x d input tensor to a batch_shape x (q + q_e)’ x d-dim output tensor, where the q_e additional points in each q-batch correspond to additional (“trace”) observations.
valfunc_cls (Optional[Type[AcquisitionFunction]]) – An acquisition function class to be used as the terminal value function.
valfunc_argfac (Optional[Callable[[Model], Dict[str, Any]]]) – An argument factory, i.e. callable that maps a Model to a dictionary of kwargs for the terminal value function (e.g. best_f for ExpectedImprovement).
kwargs (Any) –
- property cost_sampler¶
- forward(X)[source]¶
Evaluate qMultiFidelityKnowledgeGradient on the candidate set X.
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) –
A b x (q + num_fantasies) x d Tensor with b t-batches of q + num_fantasies design points each. We split this X tensor into two parts in the q dimension (dim=-2). The first q are the q-batch of design points and the last num_fantasies are the current solutions of the inner optimization problem.
X_fantasies = X[…, -num_fantasies:, :] X_fantasies.shape = b x num_fantasies x d
X_actual = X[…, :-num_fantasies, :] X_actual.shape = b x q x d
In addition, X may be augmented with fidelity parameteres as part of thee d-dimension. Projecting fidelities to the target fidelity is handled by project.
- Returns:
- A Tensor of shape b. For t-batch b, the q-KG value of the design
X_actual[b] is averaged across the fantasy models, where X_fantasies[b, i] is chosen as the final selection for the i-th fantasy model. NOTE: If current_value is not provided, then this is not the true KG value of X_actual[b], and X_fantasies[b, : ] must be maximized at fixed X_actual[b].
- Return type:
Tensor
- training: bool¶
- objective: MCAcquisitionObjective¶
- X_pending: Tensor¶
- num_fantasies: int¶
- class botorch.acquisition.knowledge_gradient.ProjectedAcquisitionFunction(base_value_function, project)[source]¶
Bases:
AcquisitionFunction
Defines a wrapper around an AcquisitionFunction that incorporates the project operator. Typically used to handle value functions in look-ahead methods.
- Parameters:
base_value_function (AcquisitionFunction) – The wrapped AcquisitionFunction.
project (Callable[[Tensor], Tensor]) – A callable mapping a batch_shape x q x d tensor of design points to a tensor with shape batch_shape x q_term x d projected to the desired target set (e.g. the target fidelities in case of multi-fidelity optimization). For the basic case, q_term = q.
- forward(X)[source]¶
Evaluate the acquisition function on the candidate set X.
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) – A (b) x q x d-dim Tensor of (b) t-batches with q d-dim design points each.
- Returns:
A (b)-dim Tensor of acquisition function values at the given design points X.
- Return type:
Tensor
- training: bool¶
Multi-Step Lookahead Acquisition Functions¶
A general implementation of multi-step look-ahead acquistion function with configurable value functions. See [Jiang2020multistep].
S. Jiang, D. R. Jiang, M. Balandat, B. Karrer, J. Gardner, and R. Garnett. Efficient Nonmyopic Bayesian Optimization via One-Shot Multi-Step Trees. In Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 33, 2020.
- class botorch.acquisition.multi_step_lookahead.qMultiStepLookahead(model, batch_sizes, num_fantasies=None, samplers=None, valfunc_cls=None, valfunc_argfacs=None, objective=None, posterior_transform=None, inner_mc_samples=None, X_pending=None, collapse_fantasy_base_samples=True)[source]¶
Bases:
MCAcquisitionFunction
,OneShotAcquisitionFunction
MC-based batch Multi-Step Look-Ahead (one-shot optimization).
q-Multi-Step Look-Ahead (one-shot optimization).
Performs a k-step lookahead by means of repeated fantasizing.
Allows to specify the stage value functions by passing the respective class objects via the valfunc_cls list. Optionally, valfunc_argfacs takes a list of callables that generate additional kwargs for these constructors. By default, valfunc_cls will be chosen as [None, …, None, PosteriorMean], which corresponds to the (parallel) multi-step KnowledgeGradient. If, in addition, k=1 and q_1 = 1, this reduces to the classic Knowledge Gradient.
WARNING: The complexity of evaluating this function is exponential in the number of lookahead steps!
- Parameters:
model (Model) – A fitted model.
batch_sizes (List[int]) – A list [q_1, …, q_k] containing the batch sizes for the k look-ahead steps.
num_fantasies (Optional[List[int]]) – A list [f_1, …, f_k] containing the number of fantasy points to use for the k look-ahead steps.
samplers (Optional[List[MCSampler]]) – A list of MCSampler objects to be used for sampling fantasies in each stage.
valfunc_cls (Optional[List[Optional[Type[AcquisitionFunction]]]]) – A list of k + 1 acquisition function classes to be used as the (stage + terminal) value functions. Each element (except for the last one) can be None, in which case a zero stage value is assumed for the respective stage. If None, this defaults to [None, …, None, PosteriorMean]
valfunc_argfacs (Optional[List[Optional[TAcqfArgConstructor]]]) – A list of k + 1 “argument factories”, i.e. callables that map a Model and input tensor X to a dictionary of kwargs for the respective stage value function constructor (e.g. best_f for ExpectedImprovement). If None, only the standard (model, sampler and objective) kwargs will be used.
objective (Optional[MCAcquisitionObjective]) – The objective under which the output is evaluated. If None, use the model output (requires a single-output model or a posterior transform). Otherwise the objective is MC-evaluated (using inner_sampler).
posterior_transform (Optional[PosteriorTransform]) – An optional PosteriorTransform. If given, this transforms the posterior before evaluation. If objective is None, then the output of the transformed posterior is used. If objective is given, the inner_sampler is used to draw samples from the transformed posterior, which are then evaluated under the objective.
inner_mc_samples (Optional[List[int]]) – A list [n_0, …, n_k] containing the number of MC samples to be used for evaluating the stage value function. Ignored if the objective is None.
X_pending (Optional[Tensor]) – A m x d-dim Tensor of m design points that have points that have been submitted for function evaluation but have not yet been evaluated. Concatenated into X upon forward call. Copied and set to have no gradient.
collapse_fantasy_base_samples (bool) – If True, collapse_batch_dims of the Samplers will be applied on fantasy batch dimensions as well, meaning that base samples are the same in all subtrees starting from the same level.
- objective: MCAcquisitionObjective¶
- forward(X)[source]¶
Evaluate qMultiStepLookahead on the candidate set X.
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) – A batch_shape x q’ x d-dim Tensor with q’ design points for each batch, where q’ = q_0 + f_1 q_1 + f_2 f_1 q_2 + …. Here q_i is the number of candidates jointly considered in look-ahead step i, and f_i is respective number of fantasies.
- Returns:
The acquisition value for each batch as a tensor of shape batch_shape.
- Return type:
Tensor
- get_augmented_q_batch_size(q)[source]¶
Get augmented q batch size for one-shot optimzation.
- Parameters:
q (int) – The number of candidates to consider jointly.
- Returns:
The augmented size for one-shot optimzation (including variables parameterizing the fantasy solutions): q_0 + f_1 q_1 + f_2 f_1 q_2 + …
- Return type:
int
- get_split_shapes(X)[source]¶
Get the split shapes from X.
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) – A batch_shape x q_aug x d-dim tensor including fantasy points.
- Returns:
A 3-tuple (batch_shape, shapes, sizes), where shape[i] = f_i x …. x f_1 x batch_shape x q_i x d and size[i] = f_i * … f_1 * q_i.
- Return type:
Tuple[Size, List[Size], List[int]]
- get_multi_step_tree_input_representation(X)[source]¶
Get the multi-step tree representation of X.
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) – A batch_shape x q’ x d-dim Tensor with q’ design points for each batch, where q’ = q_0 + f_1 q_1 + f_2 f_1 q_2 + …. Here q_i is the number of candidates jointly considered in look-ahead step i, and f_i is respective number of fantasies.
- Returns:
A list [X_j, …, X_k] of tensors, where X_i has shape f_i x …. x f_1 x batch_shape x q_i x d.
- Return type:
List[Tensor]
- extract_candidates(X_full)[source]¶
We only return X as the set of candidates post-optimization.
- Parameters:
X_full (Tensor) – A batch_shape x q’ x d-dim Tensor with q’ design points for each batch, where q’ = q + f_1 q_1 + f_2 f_1 q_2 + ….
- Returns:
A batch_shape x q x d-dim Tensor with q design points for each batch.
- Return type:
Tensor
- get_induced_fantasy_model(X)[source]¶
Fantasy model induced by X.
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) – A batch_shape x q’ x d-dim Tensor with q’ design points for each batch, where q’ = q_0 + f_1 q_1 + f_2 f_1 q_2 + …. Here q_i is the number of candidates jointly considered in look-ahead step i, and f_i is respective number of fantasies.
- Returns:
The fantasy model induced by X.
- Return type:
- training: bool¶
- botorch.acquisition.multi_step_lookahead.warmstart_multistep(acq_function, bounds, num_restarts, raw_samples, full_optimizer, **kwargs)[source]¶
Warm-start initialization for multi-step look-ahead acquisition functions.
For now uses the same q’ as in full_optimizer. TODO: allow different q.
- Parameters:
acq_function (qMultiStepLookahead) – A qMultiStepLookahead acquisition function.
bounds (Tensor) – A 2 x d tensor of lower and upper bounds for each column of features.
num_restarts (int) – The number of starting points for multistart acquisition function optimization.
raw_samples (int) – The number of raw samples to consider in the initialization heuristic.
full_optimizer (Tensor) – The full tree of optimizers of the previous iteration of shape batch_shape x q’ x d. Typically obtained by passing return_best_only=False and return_full_tree=True into optimize_acqf.
kwargs (Any) – Optimization kwargs.
- Returns:
A num_restarts x q’ x d tensor for initial points for optimization.
- Return type:
Tensor
This is a very simple initialization heuristic. TODO: Use the observed values to identify the fantasy sub-tree that is closest to the observed value.
Max-value Entropy Search Acquisition Functions¶
Acquisition functions for Max-value Entropy Search (MES), General Information-Based Bayesian Optimization (GIBBON), and multi-fidelity MES with noisy observations and trace observations.
References
Moss, H. B., et al., GIBBON: General-purpose Information-Based Bayesian OptimisatioN. Journal of Machine Learning Research, 2021.
S. Takeno, H. Fukuoka, Y. Tsukada, T. Koyama, M. Shiga, I. Takeuchi, M. Karasuyama. Multi-fidelity Bayesian Optimization with Max-value Entropy Search and its Parallelization. Proceedings of the 37th International Conference on Machine Learning, 2020.
Z. Wang, S. Jegelka, Max-value Entropy Search for Efficient Bayesian Optimization. Proceedings of the 37th International Conference on Machine Learning, 2017.
- class botorch.acquisition.max_value_entropy_search.DiscreteMaxValueBase(model, candidate_set, num_mv_samples=10, posterior_transform=None, use_gumbel=True, maximize=True, X_pending=None, train_inputs=None)[source]¶
Bases:
MaxValueBase
Abstract base class for MES-like methods using discrete max posterior sampling.
This class provides basic functionality for sampling posterior maximum values from a surrogate Gaussian process model using a discrete set of candidates. It supports either exact (w.r.t. the candidate set) sampling, or using a Gumbel approximation.
Single-outcome MES-like acquisition functions based on discrete MV sampling.
- Parameters:
model (Model) – A fitted single-outcome model.
candidate_set (Tensor) – A n x d Tensor including n candidate points to discretize the design space. Max values are sampled from the (joint) model posterior over these points.
num_mv_samples (int) – Number of max value samples.
posterior_transform (Optional[PosteriorTransform]) – A PosteriorTransform. If using a multi-output model, a PosteriorTransform that transforms the multi-output posterior into a single-output posterior is required.
use_gumbel (bool) – If True, use Gumbel approximation to sample the max values.
maximize (bool) – If True, consider the problem a maximization problem.
X_pending (Optional[Tensor]) – A m x d-dim Tensor of m design points that have been submitted for function evaluation but have not yet been evaluated.
train_inputs (Optional[Tensor]) – A n_train x d Tensor that the model has been fitted on. Not required if the model is an instance of a GPyTorch ExactGP model.
- training: bool¶
- class botorch.acquisition.max_value_entropy_search.qMaxValueEntropy(model, candidate_set, num_fantasies=16, num_mv_samples=10, num_y_samples=128, posterior_transform=None, use_gumbel=True, maximize=True, X_pending=None, train_inputs=None, **kwargs)[source]¶
Bases:
DiscreteMaxValueBase
,MCSamplerMixin
The acquisition function for Max-value Entropy Search.
This acquisition function computes the mutual information of max values and a candidate point X. See [Wang2017mves] for a detailed discussion.
The model must be single-outcome. The batch case q > 1 is supported through cyclic optimization and fantasies.
Example
>>> model = SingleTaskGP(train_X, train_Y) >>> candidate_set = torch.rand(1000, bounds.size(1)) >>> candidate_set = bounds[0] + (bounds[1] - bounds[0]) * candidate_set >>> MES = qMaxValueEntropy(model, candidate_set) >>> mes = MES(test_X)
Single-outcome max-value entropy search acquisition function.
- Parameters:
model (Model) – A fitted single-outcome model.
candidate_set (Tensor) – A n x d Tensor including n candidate points to discretize the design space. Max values are sampled from the (joint) model posterior over these points.
num_fantasies (int) – Number of fantasies to generate. The higher this number the more accurate the model (at the expense of model complexity, wall time and memory). Ignored if X_pending is None.
num_mv_samples (int) – Number of max value samples.
num_y_samples (int) – Number of posterior samples at specific design point X.
posterior_transform (Optional[PosteriorTransform]) – A PosteriorTransform. If using a multi-output model, a PosteriorTransform that transforms the multi-output posterior into a single-output posterior is required.
use_gumbel (bool) – If True, use Gumbel approximation to sample the max values.
maximize (bool) – If True, consider the problem a maximization problem.
X_pending (Optional[Tensor]) – A m x d-dim Tensor of m design points that have been submitted for function evaluation but have not yet been evaluated.
train_inputs (Optional[Tensor]) – A n_train x d Tensor that the model has been fitted on. Not required if the model is an instance of a GPyTorch ExactGP model.
kwargs (Any) –
- set_X_pending(X_pending=None)[source]¶
Set pending points.
Informs the acquisition function about pending design points, fantasizes the model on the pending points and draws max-value samples from the fantasized model posterior.
- Parameters:
X_pending (Optional[Tensor]) – m x d Tensor with m d-dim design points that have been submitted for evaluation but have not yet been evaluated.
- Return type:
None
- training: bool¶
- class botorch.acquisition.max_value_entropy_search.qLowerBoundMaxValueEntropy(model, candidate_set, num_mv_samples=10, posterior_transform=None, use_gumbel=True, maximize=True, X_pending=None, train_inputs=None)[source]¶
Bases:
DiscreteMaxValueBase
The acquisition function for General-purpose Information-Based Bayesian Optimisation (GIBBON).
This acquisition function provides a computationally cheap approximation of the mutual information between max values and a batch of candidate points X. See [Moss2021gibbon] for a detailed discussion.
The model must be single-outcome, unless using a PosteriorTransform. q > 1 is supported through greedy batch filling.
Example
>>> model = SingleTaskGP(train_X, train_Y) >>> candidate_set = torch.rand(1000, bounds.size(1)) >>> candidate_set = bounds[0] + (bounds[1] - bounds[0]) * candidate_set >>> qGIBBON = qLowerBoundMaxValueEntropy(model, candidate_set) >>> candidates, _ = optimize_acqf(qGIBBON, bounds, q=5)
Single-outcome MES-like acquisition functions based on discrete MV sampling.
- Parameters:
model (Model) – A fitted single-outcome model.
candidate_set (Tensor) – A n x d Tensor including n candidate points to discretize the design space. Max values are sampled from the (joint) model posterior over these points.
num_mv_samples (int) – Number of max value samples.
posterior_transform (Optional[PosteriorTransform]) – A PosteriorTransform. If using a multi-output model, a PosteriorTransform that transforms the multi-output posterior into a single-output posterior is required.
use_gumbel (bool) – If True, use Gumbel approximation to sample the max values.
maximize (bool) – If True, consider the problem a maximization problem.
X_pending (Optional[Tensor]) – A m x d-dim Tensor of m design points that have been submitted for function evaluation but have not yet been evaluated.
train_inputs (Optional[Tensor]) – A n_train x d Tensor that the model has been fitted on. Not required if the model is an instance of a GPyTorch ExactGP model.
- training: bool¶
- class botorch.acquisition.max_value_entropy_search.qMultiFidelityMaxValueEntropy(model, candidate_set, num_fantasies=16, num_mv_samples=10, num_y_samples=128, posterior_transform=None, use_gumbel=True, maximize=True, X_pending=None, cost_aware_utility=None, project=<function qMultiFidelityMaxValueEntropy.<lambda>>, expand=<function qMultiFidelityMaxValueEntropy.<lambda>>, **kwargs)[source]¶
Bases:
qMaxValueEntropy
Multi-fidelity max-value entropy.
The acquisition function for multi-fidelity max-value entropy search with support for trace observations. See [Takeno2020mfmves] for a detailed discussion of the basic ideas on multi-fidelity MES (note that this implementation is somewhat different).
The model must be single-outcome, unless using a PosteriorTransform. The batch case q > 1 is supported through cyclic optimization and fantasies.
Example
>>> model = SingleTaskGP(train_X, train_Y) >>> candidate_set = torch.rand(1000, bounds.size(1)) >>> candidate_set = bounds[0] + (bounds[1] - bounds[0]) * candidate_set >>> MF_MES = qMultiFidelityMaxValueEntropy(model, candidate_set) >>> mf_mes = MF_MES(test_X)
Single-outcome max-value entropy search acquisition function.
- Parameters:
model (Model) – A fitted single-outcome model.
candidate_set (Tensor) – A n x d Tensor including n candidate points to discretize the design space, which will be used to sample the max values from their posteriors.
cost_aware_utility (Optional[CostAwareUtility]) – A CostAwareUtility computing the cost-transformed utility from a candidate set and samples of increases in utility.
num_fantasies (int) – Number of fantasies to generate. The higher this number the more accurate the model (at the expense of model complexity and performance) and it’s only used when X_pending is not None.
num_mv_samples (int) – Number of max value samples.
num_y_samples (int) – Number of posterior samples at specific design point X.
posterior_transform (Optional[PosteriorTransform]) – A PosteriorTransform. If using a multi-output model, a PosteriorTransform that transforms the multi-output posterior into a single-output posterior is required.
use_gumbel (bool) – If True, use Gumbel approximation to sample the max values.
maximize (bool) – If True, consider the problem a maximization problem.
X_pending (Optional[Tensor]) – A m x d-dim Tensor of m design points that have been submitted for function evaluation but have not yet been evaluated.
cost_aware_utility – A CostAwareUtility computing the cost-transformed utility from a candidate set and samples of increases in utility.
project (Callable[[Tensor], Tensor]) – A callable mapping a batch_shape x q x d tensor of design points to a tensor of the same shape projected to the desired target set (e.g. the target fidelities in case of multi-fidelity optimization).
expand (Callable[[Tensor], Tensor]) – A callable mapping a batch_shape x q x d input tensor to a batch_shape x (q + q_e)’ x d-dim output tensor, where the q_e additional points in each q-batch correspond to additional (“trace”) observations.
kwargs (Any) –
- property cost_sampler¶
- forward(X)[source]¶
Evaluates qMultifidelityMaxValueEntropy at the design points X
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) – A batch_shape x 1 x d-dim Tensor of batch_shape t-batches with 1 d-dim design point each.
- Returns:
A batch_shape-dim Tensor of MF-MVES values at the design points X.
- Return type:
Tensor
- training: bool¶
- class botorch.acquisition.max_value_entropy_search.qMultiFidelityLowerBoundMaxValueEntropy(model, candidate_set, num_fantasies=16, num_mv_samples=10, num_y_samples=128, posterior_transform=None, use_gumbel=True, maximize=True, X_pending=None, cost_aware_utility=None, project=<function qMultiFidelityMaxValueEntropy.<lambda>>, expand=<function qMultiFidelityMaxValueEntropy.<lambda>>, **kwargs)[source]¶
Bases:
qMultiFidelityMaxValueEntropy
Multi-fidelity acquisition function for General-purpose Information-Based Bayesian optimization (GIBBON).
The acquisition function for multi-fidelity max-value entropy search with support for trace observations. See [Takeno2020mfmves] for a detailed discussion of the basic ideas on multi-fidelity MES (note that this implementation is somewhat different). This acquisition function is similar to qMultiFidelityMaxValueEntropy but computes the information gain from the lower bound described in [Moss2021gibbon].
The model must be single-outcome, unless using a PosteriorTransform. The batch case q > 1 is supported through cyclic optimization and fantasies.
Example
>>> model = SingleTaskGP(train_X, train_Y) >>> candidate_set = torch.rand(1000, bounds.size(1)) >>> candidate_set = bounds[0] + (bounds[1] - bounds[0]) * candidate_set >>> MF_qGIBBON = qMultiFidelityLowerBoundMaxValueEntropy(model, candidate_set) >>> mf_gibbon = MF_qGIBBON(test_X)
Single-outcome max-value entropy search acquisition function.
- Parameters:
model (Model) – A fitted single-outcome model.
candidate_set (Tensor) – A n x d Tensor including n candidate points to discretize the design space, which will be used to sample the max values from their posteriors.
cost_aware_utility (Optional[CostAwareUtility]) – A CostAwareUtility computing the cost-transformed utility from a candidate set and samples of increases in utility.
num_fantasies (int) – Number of fantasies to generate. The higher this number the more accurate the model (at the expense of model complexity and performance) and it’s only used when X_pending is not None.
num_mv_samples (int) – Number of max value samples.
num_y_samples (int) – Number of posterior samples at specific design point X.
posterior_transform (Optional[PosteriorTransform]) – A PosteriorTransform. If using a multi-output model, a PosteriorTransform that transforms the multi-output posterior into a single-output posterior is required.
use_gumbel (bool) – If True, use Gumbel approximation to sample the max values.
maximize (bool) – If True, consider the problem a maximization problem.
X_pending (Optional[Tensor]) – A m x d-dim Tensor of m design points that have been submitted for function evaluation but have not yet been evaluated.
cost_aware_utility – A CostAwareUtility computing the cost-transformed utility from a candidate set and samples of increases in utility.
project (Callable[[Tensor], Tensor]) – A callable mapping a batch_shape x q x d tensor of design points to a tensor of the same shape projected to the desired target set (e.g. the target fidelities in case of multi-fidelity optimization).
expand (Callable[[Tensor], Tensor]) – A callable mapping a batch_shape x q x d input tensor to a batch_shape x (q + q_e)’ x d-dim output tensor, where the q_e additional points in each q-batch correspond to additional (“trace”) observations.
kwargs (Any) –
- training: bool¶
Joint Entropy Search Acquisition Functions¶
Acquisition function for joint entropy search (JES). The code utilizes the implementation designed for the multi-objective batch setting.
- class botorch.acquisition.joint_entropy_search.qLowerBoundJointEntropySearch(model, optimal_inputs, optimal_outputs, maximize=True, hypercell_bounds=None, X_pending=None, estimation_type='LB', num_samples=64, **kwargs)[source]¶
Bases:
qLowerBoundMultiObjectiveJointEntropySearch
The acquisition function for the Joint Entropy Search, where the batches q > 1 are supported through the lower bound formulation.
This acquisition function computes the mutual information between the observation at a candidate point X and the optimal input-output pair.
See [Tu2022] for a discussion on the estimation procedure.
NOTES: (i) The estimated acquisition value could be negative.
(ii) The lower bound batch acquisition function might not be monotone in the sense that adding more elements to the batch does not necessarily increase the acquisition value. Specifically, the acquisition value can become smaller when more inputs are added.
Joint entropy search acquisition function.
- Parameters:
model (Model) – A fitted single-outcome model.
optimal_inputs (Tensor) – A num_samples x d-dim tensor containing the sampled optimal inputs of dimension d. We assume for simplicity that each sample only contains one optimal set of inputs.
optimal_outputs (Tensor) – A num_samples x 1-dim Tensor containing the optimal set of objectives of dimension 1.
maximize (bool) – If true, we consider a maximization problem.
hypercell_bounds (Tensor) – A num_samples x 2 x J x 1-dim Tensor containing the hyper-rectangle bounds for integration, where J is the number of hyper-rectangles. By default, the problem is assumed to be unconstrained and therefore the region of integration for a sample (x*, y*) is a J=1 hyper-rectangle of the form (-infty, y^*] for a maximization problem and [y^*, +infty) for a minimization problem. In the constrained setting, the region of integration also includes the infeasible space.
X_pending (Optional[Tensor]) – A m x d-dim Tensor of m design points that have been submitted for function evaluation, but have not yet been evaluated.
estimation_type (str) – A string to determine which entropy estimate is computed: “0”, “LB”, “LB2”, or “MC”. In the single-objective setting, “LB” is equivalent to “LB2”.
num_samples (int) – The number of Monte Carlo samples used for the Monte Carlo estimate.
kwargs (Any) –
- forward(X)[source]¶
Evaluates qLowerBoundJointEntropySearch at the design points X.
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) – A batch_shape x q x d-dim Tensor of batch_shape t-batches with q
each. (d-dim design points) –
- Returns:
A batch_shape-dim Tensor of acquisition values at the given design points X.
- Return type:
Tensor
- training: bool¶
Predictive Entropy Search Acquisition Functions¶
Acquisition function for predictive entropy search (PES). The code utilizes the implementation designed for the multi-objective batch setting.
NOTE: The PES acquisition might not be differentiable. As a result, we recommend optimizing the acquisition function using finite differences.
- class botorch.acquisition.predictive_entropy_search.qPredictiveEntropySearch(model, optimal_inputs, maximize=True, X_pending=None, max_ep_iterations=250, ep_jitter=0.0001, test_jitter=0.0001, threshold=0.01, **kwargs)[source]¶
Bases:
qMultiObjectivePredictiveEntropySearch
The acquisition function for Predictive Entropy Search.
This acquisition function approximates the mutual information between the observation at a candidate point X and the optimal set of inputs using expectation propagation (EP).
NOTES: (i) The expectation propagation procedure can potentially fail due to the unstable EP updates. This is however unlikely to happen in the single-objective setting because we have much fewer EP factors. The jitter added in the training phase (ep_jitter) and testing phase (test_jitter) can be increased to prevent these failures from happening. More details in the description of qMultiObjectivePredictiveEntropySearch.
The estimated acquisition value could be negative.
Predictive entropy search acquisition function.
- Parameters:
model (Model) – A fitted single-outcome model.
optimal_inputs (Tensor) – A num_samples x d-dim tensor containing the sampled optimal inputs of dimension d. We assume for simplicity that each sample only contains one optimal set of inputs.
maximize (bool) – If true, we consider a maximization problem.
X_pending (Optional[Tensor]) – A m x d-dim Tensor of m design points that have been submitted for function evaluation, but have not yet been evaluated.
max_ep_iterations (int) – The maximum number of expectation propagation iterations. (The minimum number of iterations is set at 3.)
ep_jitter (float) – The amount of jitter added for the matrix inversion that occurs during the expectation propagation update during the training phase.
test_jitter (float) – The amount of jitter added for the matrix inversion that occurs during the expectation propagation update in the testing phase.
threshold (float) – The convergence threshold for expectation propagation. This assesses the relative change in the mean and covariance. We default to one percent change i.e. threshold = 1e-2.
kwargs (Any) –
- forward(X)[source]¶
Evaluate qPredictiveEntropySearch on the candidate set X.
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) – A batch_shape x q x d-dim Tensor of t-batches with q d-dim design points each.
- Returns:
A batch_shape’-dim Tensor of Predictive Entropy Search values at the given design points X.
- Return type:
Tensor
- training: bool¶
Active Learning Acquisition Functions¶
Active learning acquisition functions.
S. Seo, M. Wallat, T. Graepel, and K. Obermayer. Gaussian process regression: Active data selection and test point rejection. IJCNN 2000.
X. Chen and Q. Zhou. Sequential experimental designs for stochastic kriging. Winter Simulation Conference 2014.
M. Binois, J. Huang, R. B. Gramacy, and M. Ludkovski. Replication or exploration? Sequential design for stochastic simulation experiments. ArXiv 2017.
- class botorch.acquisition.active_learning.qNegIntegratedPosteriorVariance(model, mc_points, sampler=None, posterior_transform=None, X_pending=None, **kwargs)[source]¶
Bases:
AnalyticAcquisitionFunction
Batch Integrated Negative Posterior Variance for Active Learning.
This acquisition function quantifies the (negative) integrated posterior variance (excluding observation noise, computed using MC integration) of the model. In that, it is a proxy for global model uncertainty, and thus purely focused on “exploration”, rather the “exploitation” of many of the classic Bayesian Optimization acquisition functions.
See [Seo2014activedata], [Chen2014seqexpdesign], and [Binois2017repexp].
q-Integrated Negative Posterior Variance.
- Parameters:
model (Model) – A fitted model.
mc_points (Tensor) – A batch_shape x N x d tensor of points to use for MC-integrating the posterior variance. Usually, these are qMC samples on the whole design space, but biased sampling directly allows weighted integration of the posterior variance.
sampler (Optional[MCSampler]) – The sampler used for drawing fantasy samples. In the basic setting of a standard GP (default) this is a dummy, since the variance of the model after conditioning does not actually depend on the sampled values.
posterior_transform (Optional[PosteriorTransform]) – A PosteriorTransform. If using a multi-output model, a PosteriorTransform that transforms the multi-output posterior into a single-output posterior is required.
X_pending (Optional[Tensor]) – A n’ x d-dim Tensor of n’ design points that have points that have been submitted for function evaluation but have not yet been evaluated.
- forward(X)[source]¶
Evaluate the acquisition function on the candidate set X.
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) – A (b) x q x d-dim Tensor of (b) t-batches with q d-dim design points each.
- Returns:
A (b)-dim Tensor of acquisition function values at the given design points X.
- Return type:
Tensor
- training: bool¶
- class botorch.acquisition.active_learning.PairwiseMCPosteriorVariance(model, objective, sampler=None)[source]¶
Bases:
MCAcquisitionFunction
Variance of difference for Active Learning
Given a model and an objective, calculate the posterior sample variance of the objective on the difference of pairs of points. See more implementation details in forward. This acquisition function is typically used with a pairwise model (e.g., PairwiseGP) and a likelihood/link function on the pair difference (e.g., logistic or probit) for pure exploration
Pairwise Monte Carlo Posterior Variance
- Parameters:
model (Model) – A fitted model.
objective (MCAcquisitionObjective) – An MCAcquisitionObjective representing the link function (e.g., logistic or probit.) applied on the difference of (usually 1-d) two samples. Can be implemented via GenericMCObjective.
sampler (Optional[MCSampler]) – The sampler used for drawing MC samples.
- forward(X)[source]¶
Evaluate PairwiseMCPosteriorVariance on the candidate set X.
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) – A batch_size x q x d-dim Tensor. q should be a multiple of 2.
- Returns:
Tensor of shape batch_size x q representing the posterior variance of link function at X that active learning hopes to maximize
- Return type:
Tensor
- training: bool¶
- objective: MCAcquisitionObjective¶
Preference Acquisition Functions¶
Preference acquisition functions. This includes: Analytical EUBO acquisition function as introduced in [Lin2022preference].
- class botorch.acquisition.preference.AnalyticExpectedUtilityOfBestOption(pref_model, outcome_model=None, previous_winner=None)[source]¶
Bases:
AnalyticAcquisitionFunction
Analytic Prefential Expected Utility of Best Options, i.e., Analytical EUBO
Analytic implementation of Expected Utility of the Best Option under the Laplace model (assumes a PairwiseGP is used as the preference model) as proposed in [Lin2022preference].
- Parameters:
pref_model (Model) – The preference model that maps the outcomes (i.e., Y) to scalar-valued utility.
model – A deterministic model that maps parameters (i.e., X) to outcomes (i.e., Y). The outcome model f defines the search space of Y = f(X). If model is None, we are directly calculating EUBO on the parameter space. When used with OneSamplePosteriorDrawModel, we are obtaining EUBO-zeta as described in [Lin2022preference].
previous_winner (Optional[Tensor]) – Tensor representing the previous winner in the Y space.
outcome_model (Optional[DeterministicModel]) –
- forward(X)[source]¶
Evaluate analytical EUBO on the candidate set X.
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) – A batch_shape x q x d-dim Tensor, where q = 2 if previous_winner is not None, and q = 1 otherwise.
- Returns:
The acquisition value for each batch as a tensor of shape batch_shape.
- Return type:
Tensor
- training: bool¶
Objectives and Cost-Aware Utilities¶
Objectives¶
Objective Modules to be used with acquisition functions.
- class botorch.acquisition.objective.ScalarizedPosteriorTransform(weights, offset=0.0)[source]¶
Bases:
PosteriorTransform
An affine posterior transform for scalarizing multi-output posteriors.
For a Gaussian posterior at a single point (q=1) with mean mu and covariance matrix Sigma, this yields a single-output posterior with mean weights^T * mu and variance weights^T Sigma w.
Example
Example for a model with two outcomes:
>>> weights = torch.tensor([0.5, 0.25]) >>> posterior_transform = ScalarizedPosteriorTransform(weights) >>> EI = ExpectedImprovement( ... model, best_f=0.1, posterior_transform=posterior_transform ... )
- Parameters:
weights (Tensor) – A one-dimensional tensor with m elements representing the linear weights on the outputs.
offset (float) – An offset to be added to posterior mean.
- scalarize: bool = True¶
- evaluate(Y)[source]¶
Evaluate the transform on a set of outcomes.
- Parameters:
Y (Tensor) – A batch_shape x q x m-dim tensor of outcomes.
- Returns:
A batch_shape x q-dim tensor of transformed outcomes.
- Return type:
Tensor
- forward(posterior)[source]¶
Compute the posterior of the affine transformation.
- Parameters:
posterior (Union[GPyTorchPosterior, PosteriorList]) – A posterior with the same number of outputs as the elements in self.weights.
- Returns:
A single-output posterior.
- Return type:
- class botorch.acquisition.objective.ScalarizedObjective(weights, offset=0.0)[source]¶
Bases:
ScalarizedPosteriorTransform
,AcquisitionObjective
DEPRECATED - Use ScalarizedPosteriorTransform instead.
- Parameters:
weights (Tensor) – A one-dimensional tensor with m elements representing the linear weights on the outputs.
offset (float) – An offset to be added to posterior mean.
- training: bool¶
- class botorch.acquisition.objective.ExpectationPosteriorTransform(n_w, weights=None)[source]¶
Bases:
PosteriorTransform
Transform the batch x (q * n_w) x m posterior into a batch x q x m posterior of the expectation. The expectation is calculated over each consecutive n_w block of points in the posterior.
This is intended for use with InputPerturbation or AppendFeatures for optimizing the expectation over n_w points. This should not be used when there are constraints present, since this does not take into account the feasibility of the objectives.
Note: This is different than ScalarizedPosteriorTransform in that this operates over the q-batch dimension.
A posterior transform calculating the expectation over the q-batch dimension.
- Parameters:
n_w (int) – The number of points in the q-batch of the posterior to compute the expectation over. This corresponds to the size of the feature_set of AppendFeatures or the size of the perturbation_set of InputPerturbation.
weights (Optional[Tensor]) – An optional n_w x m-dim tensor of weights. Can be used to compute a weighted expectation. Weights are normalized before use.
- evaluate(Y)[source]¶
Evaluate the expectation of a set of outcomes.
- Parameters:
Y (Tensor) – A batch_shape x (q * n_w) x m-dim tensor of outcomes.
- Returns:
A batch_shape x q x m-dim tensor of expectation outcomes.
- Return type:
Tensor
- forward(posterior)[source]¶
Compute the posterior of the expectation.
- Parameters:
posterior (GPyTorchPosterior) – An m-outcome joint posterior over q * n_w points.
- Returns:
An m-outcome joint posterior over q expectations.
- Return type:
- training: bool¶
- class botorch.acquisition.objective.IdentityMCObjective(*args, **kwargs)[source]¶
Bases:
MCAcquisitionObjective
Trivial objective extracting the last dimension.
Example
>>> identity_objective = IdentityMCObjective() >>> samples = sampler(posterior) >>> objective = identity_objective(samples)
Initializes internal Module state, shared by both nn.Module and ScriptModule.
- forward(samples, X=None)[source]¶
Evaluate the objective on the samples.
- Parameters:
samples (Tensor) – A sample_shape x batch_shape x q x m-dim Tensors of samples from a model posterior.
X (Optional[Tensor]) – A batch_shape x q x d-dim tensor of inputs. Relevant only if the objective depends on the inputs explicitly.
- Returns:
A sample_shape x batch_shape x q-dim Tensor of objective values (assuming maximization).
- Return type:
Tensor
This method is usually not called directly, but via the objectives.
Example
>>> # `__call__` method: >>> samples = sampler(posterior) >>> outcome = mc_obj(samples)
- class botorch.acquisition.objective.LinearMCObjective(weights)[source]¶
Bases:
MCAcquisitionObjective
Linear objective constructed from a weight tensor.
For input samples and mc_obj = LinearMCObjective(weights), this produces mc_obj(samples) = sum_{i} weights[i] * samples[…, i]
Example
Example for a model with two outcomes:
>>> weights = torch.tensor([0.75, 0.25]) >>> linear_objective = LinearMCObjective(weights) >>> samples = sampler(posterior) >>> objective = linear_objective(samples)
- Parameters:
weights (Tensor) – A one-dimensional tensor with m elements representing the linear weights on the outputs.
- forward(samples, X=None)[source]¶
Evaluate the linear objective on the samples.
- Parameters:
samples (Tensor) – A sample_shape x batch_shape x q x m-dim tensors of samples from a model posterior.
X (Optional[Tensor]) – A batch_shape x q x d-dim tensor of inputs. Relevant only if the objective depends on the inputs explicitly.
- Returns:
A sample_shape x batch_shape x q-dim tensor of objective values.
- Return type:
Tensor
- class botorch.acquisition.objective.GenericMCObjective(objective)[source]¶
Bases:
MCAcquisitionObjective
Objective generated from a generic callable.
Allows to construct arbitrary MC-objective functions from a generic callable. In order to be able to use gradient-based acquisition function optimization it should be possible to backpropagate through the callable.
Example
>>> generic_objective = GenericMCObjective( lambda Y, X: torch.sqrt(Y).sum(dim=-1), ) >>> samples = sampler(posterior) >>> objective = generic_objective(samples)
- Parameters:
objective (Callable[[Tensor, Optional[Tensor]], Tensor]) – A callable f(samples, X) mapping a sample_shape x batch-shape x q x m-dim Tensor samples and an optional batch-shape x q x d-dim Tensor X to a sample_shape x batch-shape x q-dim Tensor of objective values.
- forward(samples, X=None)[source]¶
Evaluate the feasibility-weigthed objective on the samples.
- Parameters:
samples (Tensor) – A sample_shape x batch_shape x q x m-dim Tensors of samples from a model posterior.
X (Optional[Tensor]) – A batch_shape x q x d-dim tensor of inputs. Relevant only if the objective depends on the inputs explicitly.
- Returns:
A sample_shape x batch_shape x q-dim Tensor of objective values weighted by feasibility (assuming maximization).
- Return type:
Tensor
- class botorch.acquisition.objective.ConstrainedMCObjective(objective, constraints, infeasible_cost=0.0, eta=0.001)[source]¶
Bases:
GenericMCObjective
Feasibility-weighted objective.
An Objective allowing to maximize some scalable objective on the model outputs subject to a number of constraints. Constraint feasibilty is approximated by a sigmoid function.
mc_acq(X) = ( (objective(X) + infeasible_cost) * prod_i (1 - sigmoid(constraint_i(X))) ) - infeasible_cost
See botorch.utils.objective.apply_constraints for details on the constraint handling.
Example
>>> bound = 0.0 >>> objective = lambda Y: Y[..., 0] >>> # apply non-negativity constraint on f(x)[1] >>> constraint = lambda Y: bound - Y[..., 1] >>> constrained_objective = ConstrainedMCObjective(objective, [constraint]) >>> samples = sampler(posterior) >>> objective = constrained_objective(samples)
- Parameters:
objective (Callable[[Tensor, Optional[Tensor]], Tensor]) – A callable f(samples, X) mapping a sample_shape x batch-shape x q x m-dim Tensor samples and an optional batch-shape x q x d-dim Tensor X to a sample_shape x batch-shape x q-dim Tensor of objective values.
constraints (List[Callable[[Tensor], Tensor]]) – A list of callables, each mapping a Tensor of dimension sample_shape x batch-shape x q x m to a Tensor of dimension sample_shape x batch-shape x q, where negative values imply feasibility.
infeasible_cost (Union[Tensor, float]) – The cost of a design if all associated samples are infeasible.
eta (Union[Tensor, float]) – The temperature parameter of the sigmoid function approximating the constraint. Can be either a float or a 1-dim tensor. In case of a float the same eta is used for every constraint in constraints. In case of a tensor the length of the tensor must match the number of provided constraints. The i-th constraint is then estimated with the i-th eta value.
- forward(samples, X=None)[source]¶
Evaluate the feasibility-weighted objective on the samples.
- Parameters:
samples (Tensor) – A sample_shape x batch_shape x q x m-dim Tensors of samples from a model posterior.
X (Optional[Tensor]) – A batch_shape x q x d-dim tensor of inputs. Relevant only if the objective depends on the inputs explicitly.
- Returns:
A sample_shape x batch_shape x q-dim Tensor of objective values weighted by feasibility (assuming maximization).
- Return type:
Tensor
- class botorch.acquisition.objective.LearnedObjective(pref_model, sampler=None)[source]¶
Bases:
MCAcquisitionObjective
Learned preference objective constructed from a preference model.
For input samples, it samples each individual sample again from the latent preference posterior distribution using pref_model and return the posterior mean.
Example
>>> train_X = torch.rand(2, 2) >>> train_comps = torch.LongTensor([[0, 1]]) >>> pref_model = PairwiseGP(train_X, train_comps) >>> learned_pref_obj = LearnedObjective(pref_model) >>> samples = sampler(posterior) >>> objective = learned_pref_obj(samples)
- Parameters:
pref_model (Model) – A BoTorch model, which models the latent preference/utility function. Given an input tensor of size sample_size x batch_shape x N x d, its posterior method should return a Posterior object with single outcome representing the utility values of the input.
sampler (Optional[MCSampler]) – Sampler for the preference model to account for uncertainty in preferece when calculating the objective; it’s not the one used in MC acquisition functions. If None, it uses IIDNormalSampler(sample_shape=torch.Size([1])).
- forward(samples, X=None)[source]¶
Sample each element of samples.
- Parameters:
samples (Tensor) – A sample_size x batch_shape x N x d-dim Tensors of samples from a model posterior.
X (Optional[Tensor]) –
- Returns:
A (sample_size * num_samples) x batch_shape x N-dim Tensor of objective values sampled from utility posterior using pref_model.
- Return type:
Tensor
Multi-Objective Objectives¶
- class botorch.acquisition.multi_objective.objective.MCMultiOutputObjective(*args, **kwargs)[source]¶
Bases:
MCAcquisitionObjective
Abstract base class for MC multi-output objectives.
- Parameters:
_is_mo – A boolean denoting whether the objectives are multi-output.
Initializes internal Module state, shared by both nn.Module and ScriptModule.
- abstract forward(samples, X=None, **kwargs)[source]¶
Evaluate the multi-output objective on the samples.
- Parameters:
samples (Tensor) – A sample_shape x batch_shape x q x m-dim Tensors of samples from a model posterior.
X (Optional[Tensor]) – A batch_shape x q x d-dim Tensors of inputs.
- Returns:
A sample_shape x batch_shape x q x m’-dim Tensor of objective values with m’ the output dimension. This assumes maximization in each output dimension).
- Return type:
Tensor
This method is usually not called directly, but via the objectives.
Example
>>> # `__call__` method: >>> samples = sampler(posterior) >>> outcomes = multi_obj(samples)
- class botorch.acquisition.multi_objective.objective.GenericMCMultiOutputObjective(objective)[source]¶
Bases:
GenericMCObjective
,MCMultiOutputObjective
Multi-output objective generated from a generic callable.
Allows to construct arbitrary MC-objective functions from a generic callable. In order to be able to use gradient-based acquisition function optimization it should be possible to backpropagate through the callable.
- Parameters:
objective (Callable[[Tensor, Optional[Tensor]], Tensor]) – A callable f(samples, X) mapping a sample_shape x batch-shape x q x m-dim Tensor samples and an optional batch-shape x q x d-dim Tensor X to a sample_shape x batch-shape x q-dim Tensor of objective values.
- class botorch.acquisition.multi_objective.objective.IdentityMCMultiOutputObjective(outcomes=None, num_outcomes=None)[source]¶
Bases:
MCMultiOutputObjective
Trivial objective that returns the unaltered samples.
Example
>>> identity_objective = IdentityMCMultiOutputObjective() >>> samples = sampler(posterior) >>> objective = identity_objective(samples)
Initialize Objective.
- Parameters:
weights – m’-dim tensor of outcome weights.
outcomes (Optional[List[int]]) – A list of the m’ indices that the weights should be applied to.
num_outcomes (Optional[int]) – The total number of outcomes m
- forward(samples, X=None)[source]¶
Evaluate the multi-output objective on the samples.
- Parameters:
samples (Tensor) – A sample_shape x batch_shape x q x m-dim Tensors of samples from a model posterior.
X (Optional[Tensor]) – A batch_shape x q x d-dim Tensors of inputs.
- Returns:
A sample_shape x batch_shape x q x m’-dim Tensor of objective values with m’ the output dimension. This assumes maximization in each output dimension).
- Return type:
Tensor
This method is usually not called directly, but via the objectives.
Example
>>> # `__call__` method: >>> samples = sampler(posterior) >>> outcomes = multi_obj(samples)
- class botorch.acquisition.multi_objective.objective.WeightedMCMultiOutputObjective(weights, outcomes=None, num_outcomes=None)[source]¶
Bases:
IdentityMCMultiOutputObjective
Objective that reweights samples by given weights vector.
Example
>>> weights = torch.tensor([1.0, -1.0]) >>> weighted_objective = WeightedMCMultiOutputObjective(weights) >>> samples = sampler(posterior) >>> objective = weighted_objective(samples)
Initialize Objective.
- Parameters:
weights (Tensor) – m’-dim tensor of outcome weights.
outcomes (Optional[List[int]]) – A list of the m’ indices that the weights should be applied to.
num_outcomes (Optional[int]) – the total number of outcomes m
- forward(samples, X=None)[source]¶
Evaluate the multi-output objective on the samples.
- Parameters:
samples (Tensor) – A sample_shape x batch_shape x q x m-dim Tensors of samples from a model posterior.
X (Optional[Tensor]) – A batch_shape x q x d-dim Tensors of inputs.
- Returns:
A sample_shape x batch_shape x q x m’-dim Tensor of objective values with m’ the output dimension. This assumes maximization in each output dimension).
- Return type:
Tensor
This method is usually not called directly, but via the objectives.
Example
>>> # `__call__` method: >>> samples = sampler(posterior) >>> outcomes = multi_obj(samples)
- class botorch.acquisition.multi_objective.objective.FeasibilityWeightedMCMultiOutputObjective(model, X_baseline, constraint_idcs, objective=None)[source]¶
Bases:
MCMultiOutputObjective
Construct a feasibility weighted objective.
This applies feasibility weighting before calculating the objective value. Defaults to identity if no constraints or objective is present.
NOTE: By passing in a single-output MCAcquisitionObjective as the objective, this can be used as a single-output MCAcquisitionObjective as well.
- Parameters:
model (Model) – A fitted Model.
X_baseline (Tensor) – An n x d-dim tensor of points already observed.
constraint_idcs (List[int]) – The outcome indices of the constraints. Constraints are handled by weighting the samples according to a sigmoid approximation of feasibility. A positive constraint outcome implies feasibility.
objective (Optional[MCMultiOutputObjective]) – An optional objective to apply after feasibility-weighting the samples.
- forward(samples, X=None)[source]¶
Evaluate the multi-output objective on the samples.
- Parameters:
samples (Tensor) – A sample_shape x batch_shape x q x m-dim Tensors of samples from a model posterior.
X (Optional[Tensor]) – A batch_shape x q x d-dim Tensors of inputs.
- Returns:
A sample_shape x batch_shape x q x m’-dim Tensor of objective values with m’ the output dimension. This assumes maximization in each output dimension).
- Return type:
Tensor
This method is usually not called directly, but via the objectives.
Example
>>> # `__call__` method: >>> samples = sampler(posterior) >>> outcomes = multi_obj(samples)
- class botorch.acquisition.multi_objective.objective.UnstandardizeMCMultiOutputObjective(Y_mean, Y_std, outcomes=None)[source]¶
Bases:
IdentityMCMultiOutputObjective
Objective that unstandardizes the samples.
TODO: remove this when MultiTask models support outcome transforms.
Example
>>> unstd_objective = UnstandardizeMCMultiOutputObjective(Y_mean, Y_std) >>> samples = sampler(posterior) >>> objective = unstd_objective(samples)
Initialize objective.
- Parameters:
Y_mean (Tensor) – m-dim tensor of outcome means.
Y_std (Tensor) – m-dim tensor of outcome standard deviations.
outcomes (Optional[List[int]]) – A list of m’ <= m indices that specifies which of the m model outputs should be considered as the outcomes for MOO. If omitted, use all model outcomes. Typically used for constrained optimization.
- forward(samples, X=None)[source]¶
Evaluate the multi-output objective on the samples.
- Parameters:
samples (Tensor) – A sample_shape x batch_shape x q x m-dim Tensors of samples from a model posterior.
X (Optional[Tensor]) – A batch_shape x q x d-dim Tensors of inputs.
- Returns:
A sample_shape x batch_shape x q x m’-dim Tensor of objective values with m’ the output dimension. This assumes maximization in each output dimension).
- Return type:
Tensor
This method is usually not called directly, but via the objectives.
Example
>>> # `__call__` method: >>> samples = sampler(posterior) >>> outcomes = multi_obj(samples)
- class botorch.acquisition.multi_objective.objective.AnalyticMultiOutputObjective(*args, **kwargs)[source]¶
Bases:
AcquisitionObjective
Abstract base class for multi-output analyic objectives.
Initializes internal Module state, shared by both nn.Module and ScriptModule.
- abstract forward(posterior)[source]¶
Transform the posterior
- Parameters:
posterior (GPyTorchPosterior) – A posterior.
- Returns:
A transformed posterior.
- Return type:
- training: bool¶
- class botorch.acquisition.multi_objective.objective.IdentityAnalyticMultiOutputObjective(*args, **kwargs)[source]¶
Bases:
AnalyticMultiOutputObjective
Initializes internal Module state, shared by both nn.Module and ScriptModule.
- forward(posterior)[source]¶
Transform the posterior
- Parameters:
posterior (GPyTorchPosterior) – A posterior.
- Returns:
A transformed posterior.
- Return type:
- training: bool¶
- class botorch.acquisition.multi_objective.objective.UnstandardizeAnalyticMultiOutputObjective(Y_mean, Y_std)[source]¶
Bases:
AnalyticMultiOutputObjective
Objective that unstandardizes the posterior.
TODO: remove this when MultiTask models support outcome transforms.
Example
>>> unstd_objective = UnstandardizeAnalyticMultiOutputObjective(Y_mean, Y_std) >>> unstd_posterior = unstd_objective(posterior)
Initialize objective.
- Parameters:
Y_mean (Tensor) – m-dim tensor of outcome means
Y_std (Tensor) – m-dim tensor of outcome standard deviations
- training: bool¶
- forward(posterior)[source]¶
Transform the posterior
- Parameters:
posterior (GPyTorchPosterior) – A posterior.
- Returns:
A transformed posterior.
- Return type:
Tensor
Cost-Aware Utility¶
Cost functions for cost-aware acquisition functions, e.g. multi-fidelity KG. To be used in a context where there is an objective/cost tradeoff.
- class botorch.acquisition.cost_aware.GenericCostAwareUtility(cost)[source]¶
Bases:
CostAwareUtility
Generic cost-aware utility wrapping a callable.
Generic cost-aware utility wrapping a callable.
- Parameters:
cost (Callable[[Tensor, Tensor], Tensor]) – A callable mapping a batch_shape x q x d’-dim candidate set to a batch_shape-dim tensor of costs
- forward(X, deltas, **kwargs)[source]¶
Evaluate the cost function on the candidates and improvements.
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) – A batch_shape x q x d’-dim Tensor of with q d-dim design points for each t-batch.
deltas (Tensor) – A num_fantasies x batch_shape-dim Tensor of num_fantasy samples from the marginal improvement in utility over the current state at X for each t-batch.
kwargs (Any) –
- Returns:
A num_fantasies x batch_shape-dim Tensor of cost-weighted utilities.
- Return type:
Tensor
- training: bool¶
- class botorch.acquisition.cost_aware.InverseCostWeightedUtility(cost_model, use_mean=True, cost_objective=None, min_cost=0.01)[source]¶
Bases:
CostAwareUtility
A cost-aware utility using inverse cost weighting based on a model.
Computes the cost-aware utility by inverse-weighting samples U = (u_1, …, u_N) of the increase in utility. If use_mean=True, this uses the posterior mean mean_cost of the cost model, i.e. weighted utility = mean(U) / mean_cost. If use_mean=False, it uses samples C = (c_1, …, c_N) from the posterior of the cost model and performs the inverse weighting on the sample level: weighted utility = mean(u_1 / c_1, …, u_N / c_N).
The cost is additive across multiple elements of a q-batch.
Cost-aware utility that weights increase in utiltiy by inverse cost.
- Parameters:
cost_model (Model) – A Model modeling the cost of evaluating a candidate set X, where X are the same features as in the model for the acquisition function this is to be used with. If no cost_objective is specified, the outputs are required to be non-negative.
use_mean (bool) – If True, use the posterior mean, otherwise use posterior samples from the cost model.
cost_objective (Optional[MCAcquisitionObjective]) – If specified, transform the posterior mean / the posterior samples from the cost model. This can be used e.g. to un-transform predictions/samples of a cost model fit on the log-transformed cost (often done to ensure non-negativity).
min_cost (float) – A value used to clamp the cost samples so that they are not too close to zero, which may cause numerical issues.
- Returns:
The inverse-cost-weighted utiltiy.
- forward(X, deltas, sampler=None, **kwargs)[source]¶
Evaluate the cost function on the candidates and improvements.
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) – A batch_shape x q x d-dim Tensor of with q d-dim design points each for each t-batch.
deltas (Tensor) – A num_fantasies x batch_shape-dim Tensor of num_fantasy samples from the marginal improvement in utility over the current state at X for each t-batch.
sampler (Optional[MCSampler]) – A sampler used for sampling from the posterior of the cost model (required if use_mean=False, ignored if use_mean=True).
kwargs (Any) –
- Returns:
A num_fantasies x batch_shape-dim Tensor of cost-weighted utilities.
- Return type:
Tensor
- training: bool¶
Risk Measures¶
Risk Measures implemented as Monte-Carlo objectives, based on Bayesian optimization of risk measures as introduced in [Cakmak2020risk]. For a broader discussion of Monte-Carlo methods for VaR and CVaR risk measures, see also [Hong2014review].
S. Cakmak, R. Astudillo, P. Frazier, and E. Zhou. Bayesian Optimization of Risk Measures. Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 33, 2020.
L. J. Hong, Z. Hu, and G. Liu. Monte carlo methods for value-at-risk and conditional value-at-risk: a review. ACM Transactions on Modeling and Computer Simulation, 2014.
- class botorch.acquisition.risk_measures.CVaR(alpha, n_w, preprocessing_function=None, weights=None)[source]¶
Bases:
RiskMeasureMCObjective
The Conditional Value-at-Risk risk measure.
The Conditional Value-at-Risk measures the expectation of the worst outcomes (small rewards or large losses) with a total probability of 1 - alpha. It is commonly defined as the conditional expectation of the reward function, with the condition that the reward is smaller than the corresponding Value-at-Risk (also defined below).
- Note: Due to the use of a discrete w_set of samples, the VaR and CVaR
calculated here are (possibly biased) Monte-Carlo approximations of the true risk measures.
Transform the posterior samples to samples of a risk measure.
- Parameters:
alpha (float) – The risk level, float in (0.0, 1.0].
n_w (int) – The size of the w_set to calculate the risk measure over.
preprocessing_function (Optional[Callable[[Tensor], Tensor]]) – A preprocessing function to apply to the samples before computing the risk measure. This can be used to scalarize multi-output samples before calculating the risk measure. For constrained optimization, this should also apply feasibility-weighting to samples. Given a batch x m-dim tensor of samples, this should return a batch-dim tensor.
weights (Optional[Union[List[float], Tensor]]) – An optional m-dim tensor or list of weights for scalarizing multi-output samples before calculating the risk measure. Deprecated, use preprocessing_function instead.
- forward(samples, X=None)[source]¶
Calculate the CVaR corresponding to the given samples.
- Parameters:
samples (Tensor) – A sample_shape x batch_shape x (q * n_w) x m-dim tensor of posterior samples. The q-batches should be ordered so that each n_w block of samples correspond to the same input.
X (Optional[Tensor]) – A batch_shape x q x d-dim tensor of inputs. Ignored.
- Returns:
A sample_shape x batch_shape x q-dim tensor of CVaR samples.
- Return type:
Tensor
- class botorch.acquisition.risk_measures.VaR(alpha, n_w, preprocessing_function=None, weights=None)[source]¶
Bases:
CVaR
The Value-at-Risk risk measure.
Value-at-Risk measures the smallest possible reward (or largest possible loss) after excluding the worst outcomes with a total probability of 1 - alpha. It is commonly used in financial risk management, and it corresponds to the 1 - alpha quantile of a given random variable.
Transform the posterior samples to samples of a risk measure.
- Parameters:
alpha (float) – The risk level, float in (0.0, 1.0].
n_w (int) – The size of the w_set to calculate the risk measure over.
preprocessing_function (Optional[Callable[[Tensor], Tensor]]) – A preprocessing function to apply to the samples before computing the risk measure. This can be used to scalarize multi-output samples before calculating the risk measure. For constrained optimization, this should also apply feasibility-weighting to samples. Given a batch x m-dim tensor of samples, this should return a batch-dim tensor.
weights (Optional[Union[List[float], Tensor]]) – An optional m-dim tensor or list of weights for scalarizing multi-output samples before calculating the risk measure. Deprecated, use preprocessing_function instead.
- forward(samples, X=None)[source]¶
Calculate the VaR corresponding to the given samples.
- Parameters:
samples (Tensor) – A sample_shape x batch_shape x (q * n_w) x m-dim tensor of posterior samples. The q-batches should be ordered so that each n_w block of samples correspond to the same input.
X (Optional[Tensor]) – A batch_shape x q x d-dim tensor of inputs. Ignored.
- Returns:
A sample_shape x batch_shape x q-dim tensor of VaR samples.
- Return type:
Tensor
- class botorch.acquisition.risk_measures.WorstCase(n_w, preprocessing_function=None, weights=None)[source]¶
Bases:
RiskMeasureMCObjective
The worst-case risk measure.
Transform the posterior samples to samples of a risk measure.
- Parameters:
n_w (int) – The size of the w_set to calculate the risk measure over.
preprocessing_function (Optional[Callable[[Tensor], Tensor]]) – A preprocessing function to apply to the samples before computing the risk measure. This can be used to scalarize multi-output samples before calculating the risk measure. For constrained optimization, this should also apply feasibility-weighting to samples. Given a batch x m-dim tensor of samples, this should return a batch-dim tensor.
weights (Optional[Union[List[float], Tensor]]) – An optional m-dim tensor or list of weights for scalarizing multi-output samples before calculating the risk measure. Deprecated, use preprocessing_function instead.
- forward(samples, X=None)[source]¶
Calculate the worst-case measure corresponding to the given samples.
- Parameters:
samples (Tensor) – A sample_shape x batch_shape x (q * n_w) x m-dim tensor of posterior samples. The q-batches should be ordered so that each n_w block of samples correspond to the same input.
X (Optional[Tensor]) – A batch_shape x q x d-dim tensor of inputs. Ignored.
- Returns:
A sample_shape x batch_shape x q-dim tensor of worst-case samples.
- Return type:
Tensor
- class botorch.acquisition.risk_measures.Expectation(n_w, preprocessing_function=None, weights=None)[source]¶
Bases:
RiskMeasureMCObjective
The expectation risk measure.
For unconstrained problems, we recommend using the ExpectationPosteriorTransform instead. ExpectationPosteriorTransform directly transforms the posterior distribution over q * n_w to a posterior of q expectations, significantly reducing the cost of posterior sampling as a result.
Transform the posterior samples to samples of a risk measure.
- Parameters:
n_w (int) – The size of the w_set to calculate the risk measure over.
preprocessing_function (Optional[Callable[[Tensor], Tensor]]) – A preprocessing function to apply to the samples before computing the risk measure. This can be used to scalarize multi-output samples before calculating the risk measure. For constrained optimization, this should also apply feasibility-weighting to samples. Given a batch x m-dim tensor of samples, this should return a batch-dim tensor.
weights (Optional[Union[List[float], Tensor]]) – An optional m-dim tensor or list of weights for scalarizing multi-output samples before calculating the risk measure. Deprecated, use preprocessing_function instead.
- forward(samples, X=None)[source]¶
Calculate the expectation corresponding to the given samples. This calculates the expectation / mean / average of each n_w samples across the q-batch dimension. If self.weights is given, the samples are scalarized across the output dimension before taking the expectation.
- Parameters:
samples (Tensor) – A sample_shape x batch_shape x (q * n_w) x m-dim tensor of posterior samples. The q-batches should be ordered so that each n_w block of samples correspond to the same input.
X (Optional[Tensor]) – A batch_shape x q x d-dim tensor of inputs. Ignored.
- Returns:
A sample_shape x batch_shape x q-dim tensor of expectation samples.
- Return type:
Tensor
Multi-Output Risk Measures¶
Multi-output extensions of the risk measures, implemented as Monte-Carlo objectives. Except for MVaR, the risk measures are computed over each output dimension independently. In contrast, MVaR is computed using the joint distribution of the outputs, and provides more accurate risk estimates.
References
A. Prekopa. Multivariate value at risk and related topics. Annals of Operations Research, 2012.
A. Cousin and E. Di Bernardino. On multivariate extensions of Value-at-Risk. Journal of Multivariate Analysis, 2013.
S. Daulton, S, Cakmak, M. Balandat, M. Osborne, E. Zhou, and E. Bakshy. Robust multi-objective Bayesian optimization under input noise. Proceedings of the 39th International Conference on Machine Learning, 2022.
- class botorch.acquisition.multi_objective.multi_output_risk_measures.MultiOutputExpectation(n_w, preprocessing_function=None, weights=None)[source]¶
Bases:
MultiOutputRiskMeasureMCObjective
A multi-output MC expectation risk measure.
For unconstrained problems, we recommend using the ExpectationPosteriorTransform instead. ExpectationPosteriorTransform directly transforms the posterior distribution over q * n_w to a posterior of q expectations, significantly reducing the cost of posterior sampling as a result.
Transform the posterior samples to samples of a risk measure.
- Parameters:
n_w (int) – The size of the w_set to calculate the risk measure over.
preprocessing_function (Optional[Callable[[Tensor], Tensor]]) – A preprocessing function to apply to the samples before computing the risk measure. This can be used to remove non-objective outcomes or to align all outcomes for maximization. For constrained optimization, this should also apply feasibility-weighting to samples. Given a batch x m-dim tensor of samples, this should return a batch x m’-dim tensor.
weights (Optional[Union[List[float], Tensor]]) – An optional m-dim tensor or list of weights for scaling multi-output samples before calculating the risk measure. Deprecated, use preprocessing_function instead.
- forward(samples, X=None)[source]¶
Calculate the expectation of the given samples. Expectation is calculated over each n_w samples in the q-batch dimension.
- Parameters:
samples (Tensor) – A sample_shape x batch_shape x (q * n_w) x m-dim tensor of posterior samples. The q-batches should be ordered so that each n_w block of samples correspond to the same input.
X (Optional[Tensor]) – A batch_shape x q x d-dim tensor of inputs. Ignored.
- Returns:
A sample_shape x batch_shape x q x m’-dim tensor of expectation samples.
- Return type:
Tensor
- class botorch.acquisition.multi_objective.multi_output_risk_measures.IndependentCVaR(alpha, n_w, preprocessing_function=None, weights=None)[source]¶
Bases:
CVaR
,MultiOutputRiskMeasureMCObjective
The multi-output Conditional Value-at-Risk risk measure that operates on each output dimension independently. Since this does not consider the joint distribution of the outputs (i.e., that the outputs were evaluated on same perturbed input and are not independent), the risk estimates provided by IndependentCVaR in general are more optimistic than the definition of CVaR would suggest.
The Conditional Value-at-Risk measures the expectation of the worst outcomes (small rewards or large losses) with a total probability of 1 - alpha. It is commonly defined as the conditional expectation of the reward function, with the condition that the reward is smaller than the corresponding Value-at-Risk (also defined below).
NOTE: Due to the use of a discrete w_set of samples, the VaR and CVaR calculated here are (possibly biased) Monte-Carlo approximations of the true risk measures.
Transform the posterior samples to samples of a risk measure.
- Parameters:
alpha (float) – The risk level, float in (0.0, 1.0].
n_w (int) – The size of the w_set to calculate the risk measure over.
preprocessing_function (Optional[Callable[[Tensor], Tensor]]) – A preprocessing function to apply to the samples before computing the risk measure. This can be used to scalarize multi-output samples before calculating the risk measure. For constrained optimization, this should also apply feasibility-weighting to samples. Given a batch x m-dim tensor of samples, this should return a batch-dim tensor.
weights (Optional[Union[List[float], Tensor]]) – An optional m-dim tensor or list of weights for scalarizing multi-output samples before calculating the risk measure. Deprecated, use preprocessing_function instead.
- forward(samples, X=None)[source]¶
Calculate the CVaR corresponding to the given samples.
- Parameters:
samples (Tensor) – A sample_shape x batch_shape x (q * n_w) x m-dim tensor of posterior samples. The q-batches should be ordered so that each n_w block of samples correspond to the same input.
X (Optional[Tensor]) – A batch_shape x q x d-dim tensor of inputs. Ignored.
- Returns:
A sample_shape x batch_shape x q x m’-dim tensor of CVaR samples.
- Return type:
Tensor
- class botorch.acquisition.multi_objective.multi_output_risk_measures.IndependentVaR(alpha, n_w, preprocessing_function=None, weights=None)[source]¶
Bases:
IndependentCVaR
The multi-output Value-at-Risk risk measure that operates on each output dimension independently. For the same reasons as IndependentCVaR, the risk estimates provided by this are in general more optimistic than the definition of VaR would suggest.
Value-at-Risk measures the smallest possible reward (or largest possible loss) after excluding the worst outcomes with a total probability of 1 - alpha. It is commonly used in financial risk management, and it corresponds to the 1 - alpha quantile of a given random variable.
Transform the posterior samples to samples of a risk measure.
- Parameters:
alpha (float) – The risk level, float in (0.0, 1.0].
n_w (int) – The size of the w_set to calculate the risk measure over.
preprocessing_function (Optional[Callable[[Tensor], Tensor]]) – A preprocessing function to apply to the samples before computing the risk measure. This can be used to scalarize multi-output samples before calculating the risk measure. For constrained optimization, this should also apply feasibility-weighting to samples. Given a batch x m-dim tensor of samples, this should return a batch-dim tensor.
weights (Optional[Union[List[float], Tensor]]) – An optional m-dim tensor or list of weights for scalarizing multi-output samples before calculating the risk measure. Deprecated, use preprocessing_function instead.
- forward(samples, X=None)[source]¶
Calculate the VaR corresponding to the given samples.
- Parameters:
samples (Tensor) – A sample_shape x batch_shape x (q * n_w) x m-dim tensor of posterior samples. The q-batches should be ordered so that each n_w block of samples correspond to the same input.
X (Optional[Tensor]) – A batch_shape x q x d-dim tensor of inputs. Ignored.
- Returns:
A sample_shape x batch_shape x q x m’-dim tensor of VaR samples.
- Return type:
Tensor
- class botorch.acquisition.multi_objective.multi_output_risk_measures.MultiOutputWorstCase(n_w, preprocessing_function=None, weights=None)[source]¶
Bases:
MultiOutputRiskMeasureMCObjective
The multi-output worst-case risk measure.
Transform the posterior samples to samples of a risk measure.
- Parameters:
n_w (int) – The size of the w_set to calculate the risk measure over.
preprocessing_function (Optional[Callable[[Tensor], Tensor]]) – A preprocessing function to apply to the samples before computing the risk measure. This can be used to remove non-objective outcomes or to align all outcomes for maximization. For constrained optimization, this should also apply feasibility-weighting to samples. Given a batch x m-dim tensor of samples, this should return a batch x m’-dim tensor.
weights (Optional[Union[List[float], Tensor]]) – An optional m-dim tensor or list of weights for scaling multi-output samples before calculating the risk measure. Deprecated, use preprocessing_function instead.
- forward(samples, X=None)[source]¶
Calculate the worst-case measure corresponding to the given samples.
- Parameters:
samples (Tensor) – A sample_shape x batch_shape x (q * n_w) x m-dim tensor of posterior samples. The q-batches should be ordered so that each n_w block of samples correspond to the same input.
X (Optional[Tensor]) – A batch_shape x q x d-dim tensor of inputs. Ignored.
- Returns:
A sample_shape x batch_shape x q x m’-dim tensor of worst-case samples.
- Return type:
Tensor
- class botorch.acquisition.multi_objective.multi_output_risk_measures.MVaR(n_w, alpha, expectation=False, preprocessing_function=None, weights=None, pad_to_n_w=False, filter_dominated=True)[source]¶
Bases:
MultiOutputRiskMeasureMCObjective
The multivariate Value-at-Risk as introduced in [Prekopa2012MVaR].
MVaR is defined as the non-dominated set of points in the extended domain of the random variable that have multivariate CDF greater than or equal to alpha. Note that MVaR is set valued and the size of the set depends on the particular realizations of the random variable. [Cousin2013MVaR] instead propose to use the expectation of the set-valued MVaR as the multivariate VaR. We support this alternative with an expectation flag.
The multivariate Value-at-Risk.
- Parameters:
n_w (int) – The size of the w_set to calculate the risk measure over.
alpha (float) – The risk level of MVaR, float in (0.0, 1.0]. Each MVaR value dominates alpha fraction of all observations.
expectation (bool) – If True, returns the expectation of the MVaR set as is done in [Cousin2013MVaR]. Otherwise, it returns the union of all values in the MVaR set. Default: False.
preprocessing_function (Optional[Callable[[Tensor], Tensor]]) – A preprocessing function to apply to the samples before computing the risk measure. This can be used to remove non-objective outcomes or to align all outcomes for maximization. For constrained optimization, this should also apply feasibility-weighting to samples. Given a batch x m-dim tensor of samples, this should return a batch x m’-dim tensor.
weights (Optional[Union[List[float], Tensor]]) – An optional m-dim tensor or list of weights for scaling multi-output samples before calculating the risk measure. Deprecated, use preprocessing_function instead.
pad_to_n_w (bool) – If True, instead of padding up to k’, which is the size of the largest MVaR set across all batches, we pad the MVaR set up to n_w. This produces a return tensor of known size, however, it may in general be much larger than the alternative. See forward for more details on the return shape. NOTE: this is only relevant if expectation=False.
filter_dominated (bool) – If True, returns the non-dominated subset of alpha level points (this is MVaR as defined by [Prekopa2012MVaR]). Disabling this will make it faster, and may be preferable if the dominated points will be filtered out later, e.g., while calculating the hypervolume. Disabling this is not recommended if expectation=True.
- get_mvar_set_cpu(Y)[source]¶
Find MVaR set based on the definition in [Prekopa2012MVaR].
NOTE: This is much faster on CPU for large n_w than the alternative but it is significantly slower on GPU. Based on empirical evidence, this is recommended when running on CPU with n_w > 64.
This first calculates the CDF for each point on the extended domain of the random variable (the grid defined by the given samples), then takes the values with CDF equal to (rounded if necessary) alpha. The non-dominated subset of these form the MVaR set.
- Parameters:
Y (Tensor) – A batch x n_w x m-dim tensor of outcomes. This is currently restricted to m = 2 objectives. TODO: Support m > 2 objectives.
- Returns:
A batch length list of k x m-dim tensor of MVaR values, where k depends on the corresponding batch inputs. Note that MVaR values in general are not in-sample points.
- Return type:
Tensor
- get_mvar_set_gpu(Y)[source]¶
Find MVaR set based on the definition in [Prekopa2012MVaR].
NOTE: This is much faster on GPU than the alternative but it scales very poorly on CPU as n_w increases. This should be preferred if a GPU is available or when n_w <= 64. In addition, this supports m >= 2 outcomes (vs m = 2 for the CPU version) and it should be used if m > 2.
This first calculates the CDF for each point on the extended domain of the random variable (the grid defined by the given samples), then takes the values with CDF equal to (rounded if necessary) alpha. The non-dominated subset of these form the MVaR set.
- Parameters:
Y (Tensor) – A batch x n_w x m-dim tensor of observations.
- Returns:
A batch length list of k x m-dim tensor of MVaR values, where k depends on the corresponding batch inputs. Note that MVaR values in general are not in-sample points.
- Return type:
Tensor
- forward(samples, X=None)[source]¶
Calculate the MVaR corresponding to the given samples.
- Parameters:
samples (Tensor) – A sample_shape x batch_shape x (q * n_w) x m-dim tensor of posterior samples. The q-batches should be ordered so that each n_w block of samples correspond to the same input.
X (Optional[Tensor]) – A batch_shape x q x d-dim tensor of inputs. Ignored.
- Returns:
A sample_shape x batch_shape x q x m’-dim tensor of MVaR values, if self.expectation=True. Otherwise, this returns a sample_shape x batch_shape x (q * k’) x m’-dim tensor, where k’ is the maximum k across all batches that is returned by get_mvar_set_…. Each (q * k’) x m’ corresponds to the k MVaR values for each q batch of n_w inputs, padded up to k’ by repeating the last element. If self.pad_to_n_w, we set k’ = self.n_w, producing a deterministic return shape.
- Return type:
Tensor
- class botorch.acquisition.multi_objective.multi_output_risk_measures.MARS(alpha, n_w, chebyshev_weights, baseline_Y=None, ref_point=None, preprocessing_function=None)[source]¶
Bases:
VaR
,MultiOutputRiskMeasureMCObjective
MVaR Approximation based on Random Scalarizations as introduced in [Daulton2022MARS].
This approximates MVaR via VaR of Chebyshev scalarizations, where each scalarization corresponds to a point in the MVaR set. As implemented, this uses one set of scalarization weights to approximate a single MVaR value. Note that due to the normalization within the Chebyshev scalarization, the output of this risk measure may not be on the same scale as its inputs.
Transform the posterior samples to samples of a risk measure.
- Parameters:
alpha (float) – The risk level, float in (0.0, 1.0].
n_w (int) – The size of the perturbation set to calculate the risk measure over.
chebyshev_weights (Union[Tensor, List[float]]) – The weights to use in the Chebyshev scalarization. The Chebyshev scalarization is applied before computing VaR. The weights must be non-negative. See preprocessing_function to support minimization objectives.
baseline_Y (Optional[Tensor]) – An n’ x d-dim tensor of baseline outcomes to use in determining the normalization bounds for Chebyshev scalarization. It is recommended to set this via set_baseline_Y helper.
ref_point (Optional[Union[List[float], Tensor]]) – An optional MVaR reference point to use in determining the normalization bounds for Chebyshev scalarization.
preprocessing_function (Optional[Callable[[Tensor], Tensor]]) – A preprocessing function to apply to the samples before computing the risk measure. This can be used to remove non-objective outcomes or to align all outcomes for maximization. For constrained optimization, this should also apply feasibility-weighting to samples.
- set_baseline_Y(model, X_baseline, Y_samples=None)[source]¶
Set the baseline_Y based on the MVaR predictions of the model for X_baseline.
- Parameters:
model (Optional[Model]) – The model being used for MARS optimization. Must have a compatible InputPerturbation transform attached. Ignored if Y_samples is given.
X_baseline (Optional[Tensor]) – An n x d-dim tensor of previously evaluated points. Ignored if Y_samples is given.
Y_samples (Optional[Tensor]) – An optional (n * n_w) x d-dim tensor of predictions. If given, instead of sampling from the model, these are used.
- Return type:
None
- property chebyshev_weights: Tensor¶
The weights used in Chebyshev scalarization.
- property baseline_Y: Optional[Tensor]¶
Baseline outcomes used indetermining the normalization bounds.
- property chebyshev_objective: Callable[[Tensor, Optional[Tensor]], Tensor]¶
The objective for applying the Chebyshev scalarization.
Utilities¶
Fixed Feature Acquisition Function¶
A wrapper around AquisitionFunctions to fix certain features for optimization. This is useful e.g. for performing contextual optimization.
- class botorch.acquisition.fixed_feature.FixedFeatureAcquisitionFunction(acq_function, d, columns, values)[source]¶
Bases:
AcquisitionFunction
A wrapper around AquisitionFunctions to fix a subset of features.
Example
>>> model = SingleTaskGP(train_X, train_Y) # d = 5 >>> qEI = qExpectedImprovement(model, best_f=0.0) >>> columns = [2, 4] >>> values = X[..., columns] >>> qEI_FF = FixedFeatureAcquisitionFunction(qEI, 5, columns, values) >>> qei = qEI_FF(test_X) # d' = 3
Derived Acquisition Function by fixing a subset of input features.
- Parameters:
acq_function (AcquisitionFunction) – The base acquisition function, operating on input tensors X_full of feature dimension d.
d (int) – The feature dimension expected by acq_function.
columns (List[int]) – d_f < d indices of columns in X_full that are to be fixed to the provided values.
values (Union[Tensor, Sequence[Union[Tensor, float]]]) – The values to which to fix the columns in columns. Either a full batch_shape x q x d_f tensor of values (if values are different for each of the q input points), or an array-like of values that is broadcastable to the input across t-batch and q-batch dimensions, e.g. a list of length d_f if values are the same across all t and q-batch dimensions, or a combination of Tensor`s and numbers which can be broadcasted to form a tensor with trailing dimension size of `d_f.
- forward(X)[source]¶
Evaluate base acquisition function under the fixed features.
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) – Input tensor of feature dimension d’ < d such that d’ + d_f = d.
- Returns:
Base acquisition function evaluated on tensor X_full constructed by adding values in the appropriate places (see _construct_X_full).
- property X_pending¶
Return the X_pending of the base acquisition function.
- training: bool¶
Constructors for Acquisition Function Input Arguments¶
A registry of helpers for generating inputs to acquisition function constructors programmatically from a consistent input format.
- botorch.acquisition.input_constructors.get_acqf_input_constructor(acqf_cls)[source]¶
Get acqusition function input constructor from registry.
- Parameters:
acqf_cls (Type[AcquisitionFunction]) – The AcquisitionFunction class (not instance) for which to retrieve the input constructor.
- Returns:
The input constructor associated with acqf_cls.
- Return type:
Callable[[…], Dict[str, Any]]
- botorch.acquisition.input_constructors.acqf_input_constructor(*acqf_cls)[source]¶
Decorator for registering acquisition function input constructors.
- Parameters:
acqf_cls (Type[AcquisitionFunction]) – The AcquisitionFunction classes (not instances) for which to register the input constructor.
- Return type:
Callable[[…], AcquisitionFunction]
- botorch.acquisition.input_constructors.construct_inputs_analytic_base(model, training_data, posterior_transform=None, **kwargs)[source]¶
Construct kwargs for basic analytic acquisition functions.
- Parameters:
model (Model) – The model to be used in the acquisition function.
training_data (Union[SupervisedDataset, Dict[Hashable, SupervisedDataset]]) – Dataset(s) used to train the model.
posterior_transform (Optional[PosteriorTransform]) – The posterior transform to be used in the acquisition function.
kwargs (Any) –
- Returns:
A dict mapping kwarg names of the constructor to values.
- Return type:
Dict[str, Any]
- botorch.acquisition.input_constructors.construct_inputs_best_f(model, training_data, posterior_transform=None, best_f=None, maximize=True, **kwargs)[source]¶
Construct kwargs for the acquisition functions requiring best_f.
- Parameters:
model (Model) – The model to be used in the acquisition function.
training_data (Union[SupervisedDataset, Dict[Hashable, SupervisedDataset]]) – Dataset(s) used to train the model. Used to determine default value for best_f.
best_f (Optional[Union[Tensor, float]]) – Threshold above (or below) which improvement is defined.
posterior_transform (Optional[PosteriorTransform]) – The posterior transform to be used in the acquisition function.
maximize (bool) – If True, consider the problem a maximization problem.
kwargs (Any) –
- Returns:
A dict mapping kwarg names of the constructor to values.
- Return type:
Dict[str, Any]
- botorch.acquisition.input_constructors.construct_inputs_ucb(model, training_data, posterior_transform=None, beta=0.2, maximize=True, **kwargs)[source]¶
Construct kwargs for UpperConfidenceBound.
- Parameters:
model (Model) – The model to be used in the acquisition function.
training_data (Union[SupervisedDataset, Dict[Hashable, SupervisedDataset]]) – Dataset(s) used to train the model.
posterior_transform (Optional[PosteriorTransform]) – The posterior transform to be used in the acquisition function.
beta (Union[float, Tensor]) – Either a scalar or a one-dim tensor with b elements (batch mode) representing the trade-off parameter between mean and covariance
maximize (bool) – If True, consider the problem a maximization problem.
kwargs (Any) –
- Returns:
A dict mapping kwarg names of the constructor to values.
- Return type:
Dict[str, Any]
- botorch.acquisition.input_constructors.construct_inputs_constrained_ei(model, training_data, objective_index, constraints, maximize=True, **kwargs)[source]¶
Construct kwargs for ConstrainedExpectedImprovement.
- Parameters:
model (Model) – The model to be used in the acquisition function.
training_data (Union[SupervisedDataset, Dict[Hashable, SupervisedDataset]]) – Dataset(s) used to train the model.
objective_index (int) – The index of the objective.
constraints (Dict[int, Tuple[Optional[float], Optional[float]]]) – A dictionary of the form {i: [lower, upper]}, where i is the output index, and lower and upper are lower and upper bounds on that output (resp. interpreted as -Inf / Inf if None)
maximize (bool) – If True, consider the problem a maximization problem.
kwargs (Any) –
- Returns:
A dict mapping kwarg names of the constructor to values.
- Return type:
Dict[str, Any]
- botorch.acquisition.input_constructors.construct_inputs_noisy_ei(model, training_data, num_fantasies=20, maximize=True, **kwargs)[source]¶
Construct kwargs for NoisyExpectedImprovement.
- Parameters:
model (Model) – The model to be used in the acquisition function.
training_data (Union[SupervisedDataset, Dict[Hashable, SupervisedDataset]]) – Dataset(s) used to train the model.
num_fantasies (int) – The number of fantasies to generate. The higher this number the more accurate the model (at the expense of model complexity and performance).
maximize (bool) – If True, consider the problem a maximization problem.
kwargs (Any) –
- Returns:
A dict mapping kwarg names of the constructor to values.
- Return type:
Dict[str, Any]
- botorch.acquisition.input_constructors.construct_inputs_mc_base(model, training_data, objective=None, posterior_transform=None, X_pending=None, sampler=None, **kwargs)[source]¶
Construct kwargs for basic MC acquisition functions.
- Parameters:
model (Model) – The model to be used in the acquisition function.
training_data (Union[SupervisedDataset, Dict[Hashable, SupervisedDataset]]) – Dataset(s) used to train the model.
objective (Optional[MCAcquisitionObjective]) – The objective to be used in the acquisition function.
posterior_transform (Optional[PosteriorTransform]) – The posterior transform to be used in the acquisition function.
X_pending (Optional[Tensor]) – A batch_shape, m x d-dim Tensor of m design points that have points that have been submitted for function evaluation but have not yet been evaluated.
sampler (Optional[MCSampler]) – The sampler used to draw base samples. If omitted, uses the acquisition functions’s default sampler.
kwargs (Any) –
- Returns:
A dict mapping kwarg names of the constructor to values.
- Return type:
Dict[str, Any]
- botorch.acquisition.input_constructors.construct_inputs_qEI(model, training_data, objective=None, posterior_transform=None, X_pending=None, sampler=None, best_f=None, **kwargs)[source]¶
Construct kwargs for the qExpectedImprovement constructor.
- Parameters:
model (Model) – The model to be used in the acquisition function.
training_data (Union[SupervisedDataset, Dict[Hashable, SupervisedDataset]]) – Dataset(s) used to train the model.
objective (Optional[MCAcquisitionObjective]) – The objective to be used in the acquisition function.
posterior_transform (Optional[PosteriorTransform]) – The posterior transform to be used in the acquisition function.
X_pending (Optional[Tensor]) – A m x d-dim Tensor of m design points that have been submitted for function evaluation but have not yet been evaluated. Concatenated into X upon forward call.
sampler (Optional[MCSampler]) – The sampler used to draw base samples. If omitted, uses the acquisition functions’s default sampler.
best_f (Optional[Union[Tensor, float]]) – Threshold above (or below) which improvement is defined.
kwargs (Any) –
- Returns:
A dict mapping kwarg names of the constructor to values.
- Return type:
Dict[str, Any]
- botorch.acquisition.input_constructors.construct_inputs_qNEI(model, training_data, objective=None, posterior_transform=None, X_pending=None, sampler=None, X_baseline=None, prune_baseline=False, cache_root=True, **kwargs)[source]¶
Construct kwargs for the qNoisyExpectedImprovement constructor.
- Parameters:
model (Model) – The model to be used in the acquisition function.
training_data (Union[SupervisedDataset, Dict[Hashable, SupervisedDataset]]) – Dataset(s) used to train the model.
objective (Optional[MCAcquisitionObjective]) – The objective to be used in the acquisition function.
posterior_transform (Optional[PosteriorTransform]) – The posterior transform to be used in the acquisition function.
X_pending (Optional[Tensor]) – A m x d-dim Tensor of m design points that have been submitted for function evaluation but have not yet been evaluated. Concatenated into X upon forward call.
sampler (Optional[MCSampler]) – The sampler used to draw base samples. If omitted, uses the acquisition functions’s default sampler.
X_baseline (Optional[Tensor]) – A batch_shape x r x d-dim Tensor of r design points that have already been observed. These points are considered as the potential best design point. If omitted, checks that all training_data have the same input features and take the first X.
prune_baseline (Optional[bool]) – If True, remove points in X_baseline that are highly unlikely to be the best point. This can significantly improve performance and is generally recommended.
cache_root (Optional[bool]) –
kwargs (Any) –
- Returns:
A dict mapping kwarg names of the constructor to values.
- Return type:
Dict[str, Any]
- botorch.acquisition.input_constructors.construct_inputs_qPI(model, training_data, objective=None, posterior_transform=None, X_pending=None, sampler=None, tau=0.001, best_f=None, **kwargs)[source]¶
Construct kwargs for the qProbabilityOfImprovement constructor.
- Parameters:
model (Model) – The model to be used in the acquisition function.
training_data (Union[SupervisedDataset, Dict[Hashable, SupervisedDataset]]) – Dataset(s) used to train the model.
objective (Optional[MCAcquisitionObjective]) – The objective to be used in the acquisition function.
posterior_transform (Optional[PosteriorTransform]) – The posterior transform to be used in the acquisition function.
X_pending (Optional[Tensor]) – A m x d-dim Tensor of m design points that have been submitted for function evaluation but have not yet been evaluated. Concatenated into X upon forward call.
sampler (Optional[MCSampler]) – The sampler used to draw base samples. If omitted, uses the acquisition functions’s default sampler.
tau (float) – The temperature parameter used in the sigmoid approximation of the step function. Smaller values yield more accurate approximations of the function, but result in gradients estimates with higher variance.
best_f (Optional[Union[Tensor, float]]) – The best objective value observed so far (assumed noiseless). Can be a batch_shape-shaped tensor, which in case of a batched model specifies potentially different values for each element of the batch.
kwargs (Any) –
- Returns:
A dict mapping kwarg names of the constructor to values.
- Return type:
Dict[str, Any]
- botorch.acquisition.input_constructors.construct_inputs_qUCB(model, training_data, objective=None, posterior_transform=None, X_pending=None, sampler=None, beta=0.2, **kwargs)[source]¶
Construct kwargs for the qUpperConfidenceBound constructor.
- Parameters:
model (Model) – The model to be used in the acquisition function.
training_data (Union[SupervisedDataset, Dict[Hashable, SupervisedDataset]]) – Dataset(s) used to train the model.
objective (Optional[MCAcquisitionObjective]) – The objective to be used in the acquisition function.
posterior_transform (Optional[PosteriorTransform]) – The posterior transform to be used in the acquisition function.
X_pending (Optional[Tensor]) – A m x d-dim Tensor of m design points that have been submitted for function evaluation but have not yet been evaluated. Concatenated into X upon forward call.
sampler (Optional[MCSampler]) – The sampler used to draw base samples. If omitted, uses the acquisition functions’s default sampler.
beta (float) – Controls tradeoff between mean and standard deviation in UCB.
kwargs (Any) –
- Returns:
A dict mapping kwarg names of the constructor to values.
- Return type:
Dict[str, Any]
- botorch.acquisition.input_constructors.construct_inputs_EHVI(model, training_data, objective_thresholds, objective=None, **kwargs)[source]¶
Construct kwargs for ExpectedHypervolumeImprovement constructor.
- Parameters:
model (Model) –
training_data (Union[SupervisedDataset, Dict[Hashable, SupervisedDataset]]) –
objective_thresholds (Tensor) –
objective (Optional[AnalyticMultiOutputObjective]) –
kwargs (Any) –
- Return type:
Dict[str, Any]
- botorch.acquisition.input_constructors.construct_inputs_qEHVI(model, training_data, objective_thresholds, objective=None, **kwargs)[source]¶
Construct kwargs for qExpectedHypervolumeImprovement constructor.
- Parameters:
model (Model) –
training_data (Union[SupervisedDataset, Dict[Hashable, SupervisedDataset]]) –
objective_thresholds (Tensor) –
objective (Optional[MCMultiOutputObjective]) –
kwargs (Any) –
- Return type:
Dict[str, Any]
- botorch.acquisition.input_constructors.construct_inputs_qNEHVI(model, training_data, objective_thresholds, objective=None, X_baseline=None, **kwargs)[source]¶
Construct kwargs for qNoisyExpectedHypervolumeImprovement constructor.
- Parameters:
model (Model) –
training_data (Union[SupervisedDataset, Dict[Hashable, SupervisedDataset]]) –
objective_thresholds (Tensor) –
objective (Optional[MCMultiOutputObjective]) –
X_baseline (Optional[Tensor]) –
kwargs (Any) –
- Return type:
Dict[str, Any]
- botorch.acquisition.input_constructors.construct_inputs_qMES(model, training_data, bounds, objective=None, posterior_transform=None, candidate_size=1000, **kwargs)[source]¶
Construct kwargs for qMaxValueEntropy constructor.
- Parameters:
model (Model) –
training_data (Union[SupervisedDataset, Dict[Hashable, SupervisedDataset]]) –
bounds (List[Tuple[float, float]]) –
objective (Optional[MCAcquisitionObjective]) –
posterior_transform (Optional[PosteriorTransform]) –
candidate_size (int) –
kwargs (Any) –
- Return type:
Dict[str, Any]
- botorch.acquisition.input_constructors.construct_inputs_mf_base(model, training_data, target_fidelities, fidelity_weights=None, cost_intercept=1.0, num_trace_observations=0, **ignore)[source]¶
Construct kwargs for a multifidelity acquisition function’s constructor.
- Parameters:
model (Model) –
training_data (Union[SupervisedDataset, Dict[Hashable, SupervisedDataset]]) –
target_fidelities (Dict[int, Union[int, float]]) –
fidelity_weights (Optional[Dict[int, float]]) –
cost_intercept (float) –
num_trace_observations (int) –
ignore (Any) –
- Return type:
Dict[str, Any]
- botorch.acquisition.input_constructors.construct_inputs_qKG(model, training_data, bounds, objective=None, posterior_transform=None, target_fidelities=None, num_fantasies=64, **kwargs)[source]¶
Construct kwargs for qKnowledgeGradient constructor.
- Parameters:
model (Model) –
training_data (Union[SupervisedDataset, Dict[Hashable, SupervisedDataset]]) –
bounds (List[Tuple[float, float]]) –
objective (Optional[MCAcquisitionObjective]) –
posterior_transform (Optional[PosteriorTransform]) –
target_fidelities (Optional[Dict[int, float]]) –
num_fantasies (int) –
kwargs (Any) –
- Return type:
Dict[str, Any]
- botorch.acquisition.input_constructors.construct_inputs_qMFKG(model, training_data, bounds, target_fidelities, objective=None, posterior_transform=None, **kwargs)[source]¶
Construct kwargs for qMultiFidelityKnowledgeGradient constructor.
- Parameters:
model (Model) –
training_data (Union[SupervisedDataset, Dict[Hashable, SupervisedDataset]]) –
bounds (List[Tuple[float, float]]) –
target_fidelities (Dict[int, Union[int, float]]) –
objective (Optional[MCAcquisitionObjective]) –
posterior_transform (Optional[PosteriorTransform]) –
kwargs (Any) –
- Return type:
Dict[str, Any]
- botorch.acquisition.input_constructors.construct_inputs_qMFMES(model, training_data, bounds, target_fidelities, objective=None, posterior_transform=None, **kwargs)[source]¶
Construct kwargs for qMultiFidelityMaxValueEntropy constructor.
- Parameters:
model (Model) –
training_data (Union[SupervisedDataset, Dict[Hashable, SupervisedDataset]]) –
bounds (List[Tuple[float, float]]) –
target_fidelities (Dict[int, Union[int, float]]) –
objective (Optional[MCAcquisitionObjective]) –
posterior_transform (Optional[PosteriorTransform]) –
kwargs (Any) –
- Return type:
Dict[str, Any]
- botorch.acquisition.input_constructors.construct_inputs_analytic_eubo(model, pref_model, previous_winner=None, **kwargs)[source]¶
Construct kwargs for the AnalyticExpectedUtilityOfBestOption constructor.
- Parameters:
- Returns:
A dict mapping kwarg names of the constructor to values.
- Return type:
Dict[str, Any]
- botorch.acquisition.input_constructors.get_best_f_analytic(training_data, posterior_transform=None, **kwargs)[source]¶
- Parameters:
training_data (Union[SupervisedDataset, Dict[Hashable, SupervisedDataset]]) –
posterior_transform (Optional[PosteriorTransform]) –
- Return type:
Tensor
- botorch.acquisition.input_constructors.get_best_f_mc(training_data, objective=None, posterior_transform=None)[source]¶
- Parameters:
training_data (Union[SupervisedDataset, Dict[Hashable, SupervisedDataset]]) –
objective (Optional[MCAcquisitionObjective]) –
posterior_transform (Optional[PosteriorTransform]) –
- Return type:
Tensor
- botorch.acquisition.input_constructors.optimize_objective(model, bounds, q, objective=None, posterior_transform=None, linear_constraints=None, fixed_features=None, target_fidelities=None, qmc=True, mc_samples=512, seed_inner=None, optimizer_options=None, post_processing_func=None, batch_initial_conditions=None, sequential=False, **ignore)[source]¶
Optimize an objective under the given model.
- Parameters:
model (Model) – The model to be used in the objective.
bounds (Tensor) – A 2 x d tensor of lower and upper bounds for each column of X.
q (int) – The cardinality of input sets on which the objective is to be evaluated.
objective (Optional[MCAcquisitionObjective]) – The objective to optimize.
posterior_transform (Optional[PosteriorTransform]) – The posterior transform to be used in the acquisition function.
linear_constraints (Optional[Tuple[Tensor, Tensor]]) – A tuple of (A, b). Given k linear constraints on a d-dimensional space, A is k x d and b is k x 1 such that A x <= b. (Not used by single task models).
fixed_features (Optional[Dict[int, float]]) – A dictionary of feature assignments {feature_index: value} to hold fixed during generation.
target_fidelities (Optional[Dict[int, float]]) – A dictionary mapping input feature indices to fidelity values. Defaults to {-1: 1.0}.
qmc (bool) – Toggle for enabling (qmc=1) or disabling (qmc=0) use of Quasi Monte Carlo.
mc_samples (int) – Integer number of samples used to estimate Monte Carlo objectives.
seed_inner (Optional[int]) – Integer seed used to initialize the sampler passed to MCObjective.
optimizer_options (Optional[Dict[str, Any]]) – Table used to lookup keyword arguments for the optimizer.
post_processing_func (Optional[Callable[[Tensor], Tensor]]) – A function that post-processes an optimization result appropriately (i.e. according to round-trip transformations).
batch_initial_conditions (Optional[Tensor]) – A Tensor of initial values for the optimizer.
sequential (bool) – If False, uses joint optimization, otherwise uses sequential optimization.
- Returns:
A tuple containing the best input locations and corresponding objective values.
- Return type:
Tuple[Tensor, Tensor]
Penalized Acquisition Function Wrapper¶
Modules to add regularization to acquisition functions.
- class botorch.acquisition.penalized.L2Penalty(init_point)[source]¶
Bases:
Module
L2 penalty class to be added to any arbitrary acquisition function to construct a PenalizedAcquisitionFunction.
Initializing L2 regularization.
- Parameters:
init_point (Tensor) – The “1 x dim” reference point against which we want to regularize.
- forward(X)[source]¶
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) – A “batch_shape x q x dim” representing the points to be evaluated.
- Returns:
A tensor of size “batch_shape” representing the acqfn for each q-batch.
- Return type:
Tensor
- training: bool¶
- class botorch.acquisition.penalized.L1Penalty(init_point)[source]¶
Bases:
Module
L1 penalty class to be added to any arbitrary acquisition function to construct a PenalizedAcquisitionFunction.
Initializing L1 regularization.
- Parameters:
init_point (Tensor) – The “1 x dim” reference point against which we want to regularize.
- forward(X)[source]¶
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) – A “batch_shape x q x dim” representing the points to be evaluated.
- Returns:
A tensor of size “batch_shape” representing the acqfn for each q-batch.
- Return type:
Tensor
- training: bool¶
- class botorch.acquisition.penalized.GaussianPenalty(init_point, sigma)[source]¶
Bases:
Module
Gaussian penalty class to be added to any arbitrary acquisition function to construct a PenalizedAcquisitionFunction.
Initializing Gaussian regularization.
- Parameters:
init_point (Tensor) – The “1 x dim” reference point against which we want to regularize.
sigma (float) – The parameter used in gaussian function.
- forward(X)[source]¶
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) – A “batch_shape x q x dim” representing the points to be evaluated.
- Returns:
A tensor of size “batch_shape” representing the acqfn for each q-batch.
- Return type:
Tensor
- training: bool¶
- class botorch.acquisition.penalized.GroupLassoPenalty(init_point, groups)[source]¶
Bases:
Module
Group lasso penalty class to be added to any arbitrary acquisition function to construct a PenalizedAcquisitionFunction.
Initializing Group-Lasso regularization.
- Parameters:
init_point (Tensor) – The “1 x dim” reference point against which we want to regularize.
groups (List[List[int]]) – Groups of indices used in group lasso.
- forward(X)[source]¶
X should be batch_shape x 1 x dim tensor. Evaluation for q-batch is not implemented yet.
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) –
- Return type:
Tensor
- training: bool¶
- class botorch.acquisition.penalized.PenalizedAcquisitionFunction(raw_acqf, penalty_func, regularization_parameter)[source]¶
Bases:
AcquisitionFunction
Single-outcome acquisition function regularized by the given penalty.
- The usage is similar to:
raw_acqf = NoisyExpectedImprovement(…) penalty = GroupLassoPenalty(…) acqf = PenalizedAcquisitionFunction(raw_acqf, penalty)
Initializing Group-Lasso regularization.
- Parameters:
raw_acqf (AcquisitionFunction) – The raw acquisition function that is going to be regularized.
penalty_func (torch.nn.Module) – The regularization function.
regularization_parameter (float) – Regularization parameter used in optimization.
- forward(X)[source]¶
Evaluate the acquisition function on the candidate set X.
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) – A (b) x q x d-dim Tensor of (b) t-batches with q d-dim design points each.
- Returns:
A (b)-dim Tensor of acquisition function values at the given design points X.
- Return type:
Tensor
- property X_pending: Optional[Tensor]¶
- set_X_pending(X_pending=None)[source]¶
Informs the acquisition function about pending design points.
- Parameters:
X_pending (Optional[Tensor]) – n x d Tensor with n d-dim design points that have been submitted for evaluation but have not yet been evaluated.
- Return type:
None
- training: bool¶
- botorch.acquisition.penalized.group_lasso_regularizer(X, groups)[source]¶
Computes the group lasso regularization function for the given point.
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) – A bxd tensor representing the points to evaluate the regularization at.
groups (List[List[int]]) – List of indices of different groups.
- Returns:
Computed group lasso norm of at the given points.
- Return type:
Tensor
- class botorch.acquisition.penalized.L1PenaltyObjective(init_point)[source]¶
Bases:
Module
L1 penalty objective class. An instance of this class can be added to any arbitrary objective to construct a PenalizedMCObjective.
Initializing L1 penalty objective.
- Parameters:
init_point (Tensor) – The “1 x dim” reference point against which we want to regularize.
- forward(X)[source]¶
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) – A “batch_shape x q x dim” representing the points to be evaluated.
- Returns:
A “1 x batch_shape x q” tensor representing the penalty for each point. The first dimension corresponds to the dimension of MC samples.
- Return type:
Tensor
- training: bool¶
- class botorch.acquisition.penalized.PenalizedMCObjective(objective, penalty_objective, regularization_parameter)[source]¶
Bases:
GenericMCObjective
Penalized MC objective.
Allows to construct a penaltized MC-objective by adding a penalty term to the original objective.
mc_acq(X) = objective(X) + penalty_objective(X)
Note: PenalizedMCObjective allows adding penalty at the MCObjective level, different from the AcquisitionFunction level in PenalizedAcquisitionFunction.
Example
>>> regularization_parameter = 0.01 >>> init_point = torch.zeros(3) # assume data dim is 3 >>> objective = lambda Y, X: torch.sqrt(Y).sum(dim=-1) >>> l1_penalty_objective = L1PenaltyObjective(init_point=init_point) >>> l1_penalized_objective = PenalizedMCObjective( objective, l1_penalty_objective, regularization_parameter ) >>> samples = sampler(posterior) objective, l1_penalty_objective, regularization_parameter
Penalized MC objective.
- Parameters:
objective (Callable[[Tensor, Optional[Tensor]], Tensor]) – A callable f(samples, X) mapping a sample_shape x batch-shape x q x m-dim Tensor samples and an optional batch-shape x q x d-dim Tensor X to a sample_shape x batch-shape x q-dim Tensor of objective values.
penalty_objective (torch.nn.Module) – A torch.nn.Module f(X) that takes in a batch-shape x q x d-dim Tensor X and outputs a 1 x batch-shape x q-dim Tensor of penalty objective values.
regularization_parameter (float) – weight of the penalty (regularization) term
- forward(samples, X=None)[source]¶
Evaluate the penalized objective on the samples.
- Parameters:
samples (Tensor) – A sample_shape x batch_shape x q x m-dim Tensors of samples from a model posterior.
X (Optional[Tensor]) – A batch_shape x q x d-dim tensor of inputs. Relevant only if the objective depends on the inputs explicitly.
- Returns:
A sample_shape x batch_shape x q-dim Tensor of objective values with penalty added for each point.
- Return type:
Tensor
Proximal Acquisition Function Wrapper¶
A wrapper around AcquisitionFunctions to add proximal weighting of the acquisition function.
- class botorch.acquisition.proximal.ProximalAcquisitionFunction(acq_function, proximal_weights, transformed_weighting=True, beta=None)[source]¶
Bases:
AcquisitionFunction
A wrapper around AcquisitionFunctions to add proximal weighting of the acquisition function. The acquisition function is weighted via a squared exponential centered at the last training point, with varying lengthscales corresponding to proximal_weights. Can only be used with acquisition functions based on single batch models. Acquisition functions must be positive or beta must be specified to apply a SoftPlus transform before proximal weighting.
Small values of proximal_weights corresponds to strong biasing towards recently observed points, which smoothes optimization with a small potential decrese in convergence rate.
Example
>>> model = SingleTaskGP(train_X, train_Y) >>> EI = ExpectedImprovement(model, best_f=0.0) >>> proximal_weights = torch.ones(d) >>> EI_proximal = ProximalAcquisitionFunction(EI, proximal_weights) >>> eip = EI_proximal(test_X)
Derived Acquisition Function weighted by proximity to recently observed point.
- Parameters:
acq_function (AcquisitionFunction) – The base acquisition function, operating on input tensors of feature dimension d.
proximal_weights (Tensor) – A d dim tensor used to bias locality along each axis.
transformed_weighting (Optional[bool]) – If True, the proximal weights are applied in the transformed input space given by acq_function.model.input_transform (if available), otherwise proximal weights are applied in real input space.
beta (Optional[float]) – If not None, apply a softplus transform to the base acquisition function, allows negative base acquisition function values.
- forward(X)[source]¶
Evaluate base acquisition function with proximal weighting.
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) – Input tensor of feature dimension d .
- Returns:
Base acquisition function evaluated on tensor X multiplied by proximal weighting.
- Return type:
Tensor
- training: bool¶
General Utilities for Acquisition Functions¶
Utilities for acquisition functions.
- botorch.acquisition.utils.get_acquisition_function(acquisition_function_name, model, objective, X_observed, posterior_transform=None, X_pending=None, constraints=None, eta=0.001, mc_samples=512, seed=None, **kwargs)[source]¶
Convenience function for initializing botorch acquisition functions.
- Parameters:
acquisition_function_name (str) – Name of the acquisition function.
model (Model) – A fitted model.
objective (MCAcquisitionObjective) – A MCAcquisitionObjective.
X_observed (Tensor) – A m1 x d-dim Tensor of m1 design points that have already been observed.
posterior_transform (Optional[PosteriorTransform]) – A PosteriorTransform (optional).
X_pending (Optional[Tensor]) – A m2 x d-dim Tensor of m2 design points whose evaluation is pending.
constraints (Optional[List[Callable[[Tensor], Tensor]]]) – A list of callables, each mapping a Tensor of dimension sample_shape x batch-shape x q x m to a Tensor of dimension sample_shape x batch-shape x q, where negative values imply feasibility. Used only for qEHVI and qNEHVI.
eta (Optional[Union[Tensor, float]]) – The temperature parameter for the sigmoid function used for the differentiable approximation of the constraints. In case of a float the same eta is used for every constraint in constraints. In case of a tensor the length of the tensor must match the number of provided constraints. The i-th constraint is then estimated with the i-th eta value. Used only for qEHVI and qNEHVI.
mc_samples (int) – The number of samples to use for (q)MC evaluation of the acquisition function.
seed (Optional[int]) – If provided, perform deterministic optimization (i.e. the function to optimize is fixed and not stochastic).
- Returns:
The requested acquisition function.
- Return type:
Example
>>> model = SingleTaskGP(train_X, train_Y) >>> obj = LinearMCObjective(weights=torch.tensor([1.0, 2.0])) >>> acqf = get_acquisition_function("qEI", model, obj, train_X)
- botorch.acquisition.utils.get_infeasible_cost(X, model, objective=None, posterior_transform=None)[source]¶
Get infeasible cost for a model and objective.
For each outcome, computes an infeasible cost M such that -M < min_x f(x) almost always, so that feasible points are preferred.
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) – A n x d Tensor of n design points to use in evaluating the minimum. These points should cover the design space well. The more points the better the estimate, at the expense of added computation.
model (Model) – A fitted botorch model with m outcomes.
objective (Optional[Callable[[Tensor, Optional[Tensor]], Tensor]]) – The objective with which to evaluate the model output.
posterior_transform (Optional[PosteriorTransform]) – A PosteriorTransform (optional).
- Returns:
An m-dim tensor of infeasible cost values.
- Return type:
Tensor
Example
>>> model = SingleTaskGP(train_X, train_Y) >>> objective = lambda Y: Y[..., -1] ** 2 >>> M = get_infeasible_cost(train_X, model, obj)
- botorch.acquisition.utils.is_nonnegative(acq_function)[source]¶
Determine whether a given acquisition function is non-negative.
- Parameters:
acq_function (AcquisitionFunction) – The AcquisitionFunction instance.
- Returns:
True if acq_function is non-negative, False if not, or if the behavior is unknown (for custom acquisition functions).
- Return type:
bool
Example
>>> qEI = qExpectedImprovement(model, best_f=0.1) >>> is_nonnegative(qEI) # returns True
- botorch.acquisition.utils.prune_inferior_points(model, X, objective=None, posterior_transform=None, num_samples=2048, max_frac=1.0, sampler=None, marginalize_dim=None)[source]¶
Prune points from an input tensor that are unlikely to be the best point.
Given a model, an objective, and an input tensor X, this function returns the subset of points in X that have some probability of being the best point under the objective. This function uses sampling to estimate the probabilities, the higher the number of points n in X the higher the number of samples num_samples should be to obtain accurate estimates.
- Parameters:
model (Model) – A fitted model. Batched models are currently not supported.
X (Tensor) – An input tensor of shape n x d. Batched inputs are currently not supported.
objective (Optional[MCAcquisitionObjective]) – The objective under which to evaluate the posterior.
posterior_transform (Optional[PosteriorTransform]) – A PosteriorTransform (optional).
num_samples (int) – The number of samples used to compute empirical probabilities of being the best point.
max_frac (float) – The maximum fraction of points to retain. Must satisfy 0 < max_frac <= 1. Ensures that the number of elements in the returned tensor does not exceed ceil(max_frac * n).
sampler (Optional[MCSampler]) – If provided, will use this customized sampler instead of automatically constructing one with num_samples.
marginalize_dim (Optional[int]) – A batch dimension that should be marginalized. For example, this is useful when using a batched fully Bayesian model.
- Returns:
A n’ x d with subset of points in X, where
n’ = min(N_nz, ceil(max_frac * n))
with N_nz the number of points in X that have non-zero (empirical, under num_samples samples) probability of being the best point.
- Return type:
Tensor
- botorch.acquisition.utils.project_to_target_fidelity(X, target_fidelities=None)[source]¶
Project X onto the target set of fidelities.
This function assumes that the set of feasible fidelities is a box, so projecting here just means setting each fidelity parameter to its target value.
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) – A batch_shape x q x d-dim Tensor of with q d-dim design points for each t-batch.
target_fidelities (Optional[Dict[int, float]]) – A dictionary mapping a subset of columns of X (the fidelity parameters) to their respective target fidelity value. If omitted, assumes that the last column of X is the fidelity parameter with a target value of 1.0.
- Returns:
- A batch_shape x q x d-dim Tensor X_proj with fidelity parameters
projected to the provided fidelity values.
- Return type:
Tensor
- botorch.acquisition.utils.expand_trace_observations(X, fidelity_dims=None, num_trace_obs=0)[source]¶
Expand X with trace observations.
Expand a tensor of inputs with “trace observations” that are obtained during the evaluation of the candidate set. This is used in multi-fidelity optimization. It can be though of as augmenting the q-batch with additional points that are the expected trace observations.
Let f_i be the i-th fidelity parameter. Then this functions assumes that for each element of the q-batch, besides the fidelity f_i, we will observe additonal fidelities f_i1, …, f_iK, where K = num_trace_obs, during evaluation of the candidate set X. Specifically, this function assumes that f_ij = (K-j) / (num_trace_obs + 1) * f_i for all i. That is, the expansion is performed in parallel for all fidelities (it does not expand out all possible combinations).
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) – A batch_shape x q x d-dim Tensor of with q d-dim design points (incl. the fidelity parameters) for each t-batch.
fidelity_dims (Optional[List[int]]) – The indices of the fidelity parameters. If omitted, assumes that the last column of X contains the fidelity parameters.
num_trace_obs (int) – The number of trace observations to use.
- Returns:
- A batch_shape x (q + num_trace_obs x q) x d Tensor X_expanded that
expands X with trace observations.
- Return type:
Tensor
- botorch.acquisition.utils.project_to_sample_points(X, sample_points)[source]¶
Augment X with sample points at which to take weighted average.
- Parameters:
X (Tensor) – A batch_shape x 1 x d-dim Tensor of with one d`-dim design points for each t-batch.
sample_points (Tensor) – p x d’-dim Tensor (d’ < d) of d’-dim sample points at which to compute the expectation. The d’-dims refer to the trailing columns of X.
- Returns:
A batch_shape x p x d Tensor where the q-batch includes the p sample points.
- Return type:
Tensor
Multi-Objective Utilities for Acquisition Functions¶
Utilities for multi-objective acquisition functions.
- botorch.acquisition.multi_objective.utils.get_default_partitioning_alpha(num_objectives)[source]¶
Determines an approximation level based on the number of objectives.
If alpha is 0, FastNondominatedPartitioning should be used. Otherwise, an approximate NondominatedPartitioning should be used with approximation level alpha.
- Parameters:
num_objectives (int) – the number of objectives.
- Returns:
The approximation level alpha.
- Return type:
float
- botorch.acquisition.multi_objective.utils.prune_inferior_points_multi_objective(model, X, ref_point, objective=None, constraints=None, num_samples=2048, max_frac=1.0, marginalize_dim=None)[source]¶
Prune points from an input tensor that are unlikely to be pareto optimal.
Given a model, an objective, and an input tensor X, this function returns the subset of points in X that have some probability of being pareto optimal, better than the reference point, and feasible. This function uses sampling to estimate the probabilities, the higher the number of points n in X the higher the number of samples num_samples should be to obtain accurate estimates.
- Parameters:
model (Model) – A fitted model. Batched models are currently not supported.
X (Tensor) – An input tensor of shape n x d. Batched inputs are currently not supported.
ref_point (Tensor) – The reference point.
objective (Optional[MCMultiOutputObjective]) – The objective under which to evaluate the posterior.
constraints (Optional[List[Callable[[Tensor], Tensor]]]) – A list of callables, each mapping a Tensor of dimension sample_shape x batch-shape x q x m to a Tensor of dimension sample_shape x batch-shape x q, where negative values imply feasibility.
num_samples (int) – The number of samples used to compute empirical probabilities of being the best point.
max_frac (float) – The maximum fraction of points to retain. Must satisfy 0 < max_frac <= 1. Ensures that the number of elements in the returned tensor does not exceed ceil(max_frac * n).
marginalize_dim (Optional[int]) – A batch dimension that should be marginalized. For example, this is useful when using a batched fully Bayesian model.
- Returns:
A n’ x d with subset of points in X, where
n’ = min(N_nz, ceil(max_frac * n))
with N_nz the number of points in X that have non-zero (empirical, under num_samples samples) probability of being pareto optimal.
- Return type:
Tensor
- botorch.acquisition.multi_objective.utils.compute_sample_box_decomposition(pareto_fronts, partitioning=<class 'botorch.utils.multi_objective.box_decompositions.dominated.DominatedPartitioning'>, maximize=True, num_constraints=0)[source]¶
Computes the box decomposition associated with some sampled optimal objectives. This also supports the single-objective and constrained optimization setting. An objective y is feasible if y <= 0.
To take advantage of batch computations, we pad the hypercell bounds with a 2 x (M + K)-dim Tensor of zeros [0, 0].
- Parameters:
pareto_fronts (Tensor) – A num_pareto_samples x num_pareto_points x M dim Tensor containing the sampled optimal set of objectives.
partitioning (BoxDecomposition) – A BoxDecomposition module that is used to obtain the hyper-rectangle bounds for integration. In the unconstrained case, this gives the partition of the dominated space. In the constrained case, this gives the partition of the feasible dominated space union the infeasible space.
maximize (bool) – If true, the box-decomposition is computed assuming maximization.
num_constraints (Optional[int]) – The number of constraints K.
- Returns:
A num_pareto_samples x 2 x J x (M + K)-dim Tensor containing the bounds for the hyper-rectangles. The number J is the smallest number of boxes needed to partition all the Pareto samples.
- Return type:
Tensor
- botorch.acquisition.multi_objective.utils.random_search_optimizer(model, bounds, num_points, maximize, pop_size=1024, max_tries=10)[source]¶
Optimize a function via random search.
- Parameters:
model (GenericDeterministicModel) – The model.
bounds (Tensor) – A 2 x d-dim Tensor containing the input bounds.
num_points (int) – The number of optimal points to be outputted.
maximize (bool) – If true, we consider a maximization problem.
pop_size (int) – The number of function evaluations per try.
max_tries (int) – The maximum number of tries.
- Returns:
A two-element tuple containing
A num_points x d-dim Tensor containing the collection of optimal inputs.
- A num_points x M-dim Tensor containing the collection of optimal
objectives.
- Return type:
Tuple[Tensor, Tensor]
- botorch.acquisition.multi_objective.utils.sample_optimal_points(model, bounds, num_samples, num_points, optimizer=<function random_search_optimizer>, num_rff_features=512, maximize=True, optimizer_kwargs=None)[source]¶
Compute a collection of optimal inputs and outputs from samples of a Gaussian Process (GP).
Steps: (1) The samples are generated using random Fourier features (RFFs). (2) The samples are optimized sequentially using an optimizer.
- TODO: We can generalize the GP sampling step to accommodate for other sampling
strategies rather than restricting to RFFs e.g. decoupled sampling.
- TODO: Currently this defaults to random search optimization, might want to
explore some other alternatives.
- Parameters:
model (Model) – The model. This does not support models which include fantasy observations.
bounds (Tensor) – A 2 x d-dim Tensor containing the input bounds.
num_samples (int) – The number of GP samples.
num_points (int) – The number of optimal points to be outputted.
optimizer (Callable[[GenericDeterministicModel, Tensor, int, bool, Any], Tuple[Tensor, Tensor]]) – A callable that solves the deterministic optimization problem.
num_rff_features (int) – The number of random Fourier features.
maximize (bool) – If true, we consider a maximization problem.
optimizer_kwargs (Optional[Dict[str, Any]]) – The additional arguments for the optimizer.
- Returns:
A two-element tuple containing
- A num_samples x num_points x d-dim Tensor containing the collection of
optimal inputs.
- A num_samples x num_points x M-dim Tensor containing the collection of
optimal objectives.
- Return type:
Tuple[Tensor, Tensor]