Commit 2407d04b authored by Kevin Richard Doyle's avatar Kevin Richard Doyle
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Added XOR NN

parent 36f09b8e
......@@ -306,7 +306,9 @@ class MalmoSim:
if "entities" in info_json:
entities = [EntityInfo(**k) for k in info_json["entities"]]
self.draw_mobs(entities, flash)
best_yaw_bin = self.agent_decision_net.classify_input(self.get_scores(entities, current_yaw, current_life))
current_yaw = 180
current_life= 1
best_yaw_bin = self.agent_decision_net.classify_input(self.get_scores(entities, agent_yaw, agent_life))
best_yaw = sum((round(best_yaw_bin[x]) * (2**x)) for x in range(len(best_yaw_bin)))
num_bin_dig = int(math.ceil(math.log(self.agent_search_resolution,2)))
desired_output_bin = [int(x) for x in ('{0:0'+str(num_bin_dig)+'b}').format(desired_output)]
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Name: cycler
Version: 0.10.0
Summary: Composable style cycles
Home-page: http://github.com/matplotlib/cycler
Author: Thomas A Caswell
Author-email: matplotlib-users@python.org
License: BSD
Keywords: cycle kwargs
Platform: Cross platform (Linux
Platform: Mac OSX
Platform: Windows)
Classifier: Development Status :: 4 - Beta
Classifier: Programming Language :: Python :: 2
Classifier: Programming Language :: Python :: 2.6
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"""
Cycler
======
Cycling through combinations of values, producing dictionaries.
You can add cyclers::
from cycler import cycler
cc = (cycler(color=list('rgb')) +
cycler(linestyle=['-', '--', '-.']))
for d in cc:
print(d)
Results in::
{'color': 'r', 'linestyle': '-'}
{'color': 'g', 'linestyle': '--'}
{'color': 'b', 'linestyle': '-.'}
You can multiply cyclers::
from cycler import cycler
cc = (cycler(color=list('rgb')) *
cycler(linestyle=['-', '--', '-.']))
for d in cc:
print(d)
Results in::
{'color': 'r', 'linestyle': '-'}
{'color': 'r', 'linestyle': '--'}
{'color': 'r', 'linestyle': '-.'}
{'color': 'g', 'linestyle': '-'}
{'color': 'g', 'linestyle': '--'}
{'color': 'g', 'linestyle': '-.'}
{'color': 'b', 'linestyle': '-'}
{'color': 'b', 'linestyle': '--'}
{'color': 'b', 'linestyle': '-.'}
"""
from __future__ import (absolute_import, division, print_function,
unicode_literals)
import six
from itertools import product, cycle
from six.moves import zip, reduce
from operator import mul, add
import copy
__version__ = '0.10.0'
def _process_keys(left, right):
"""
Helper function to compose cycler keys
Parameters
----------
left, right : iterable of dictionaries or None
The cyclers to be composed
Returns
-------
keys : set
The keys in the composition of the two cyclers
"""
l_peek = next(iter(left)) if left is not None else {}
r_peek = next(iter(right)) if right is not None else {}
l_key = set(l_peek.keys())
r_key = set(r_peek.keys())
if l_key & r_key:
raise ValueError("Can not compose overlapping cycles")
return l_key | r_key
class Cycler(object):
"""
Composable cycles
This class has compositions methods:
``+``
for 'inner' products (zip)
``+=``
in-place ``+``
``*``
for outer products (itertools.product) and integer multiplication
``*=``
in-place ``*``
and supports basic slicing via ``[]``
Parameters
----------
left : Cycler or None
The 'left' cycler
right : Cycler or None
The 'right' cycler
op : func or None
Function which composes the 'left' and 'right' cyclers.
"""
def __call__(self):
return cycle(self)
def __init__(self, left, right=None, op=None):
"""Semi-private init
Do not use this directly, use `cycler` function instead.
"""
if isinstance(left, Cycler):
self._left = Cycler(left._left, left._right, left._op)
elif left is not None:
# Need to copy the dictionary or else that will be a residual
# mutable that could lead to strange errors
self._left = [copy.copy(v) for v in left]
else:
self._left = None
if isinstance(right, Cycler):
self._right = Cycler(right._left, right._right, right._op)
elif right is not None:
# Need to copy the dictionary or else that will be a residual
# mutable that could lead to strange errors
self._right = [copy.copy(v) for v in right]
else:
self._right = None
self._keys = _process_keys(self._left, self._right)
self._op = op
@property
def keys(self):
"""
The keys this Cycler knows about
"""
return set(self._keys)
def change_key(self, old, new):
"""
Change a key in this cycler to a new name.
Modification is performed in-place.
Does nothing if the old key is the same as the new key.
Raises a ValueError if the new key is already a key.
Raises a KeyError if the old key isn't a key.
"""
if old == new:
return
if new in self._keys:
raise ValueError("Can't replace %s with %s, %s is already a key" %
(old, new, new))
if old not in self._keys:
raise KeyError("Can't replace %s with %s, %s is not a key" %
(old, new, old))
self._keys.remove(old)
self._keys.add(new)
if self._right is not None and old in self._right.keys:
self._right.change_key(old, new)
# self._left should always be non-None
# if self._keys is non-empty.
elif isinstance(self._left, Cycler):
self._left.change_key(old, new)
else:
# It should be completely safe at this point to
# assume that the old key can be found in each
# iteration.
self._left = [{new: entry[old]} for entry in self._left]
def _compose(self):
"""
Compose the 'left' and 'right' components of this cycle
with the proper operation (zip or product as of now)
"""
for a, b in self._op(self._left, self._right):
out = dict()
out.update(a)
out.update(b)
yield out
@classmethod
def _from_iter(cls, label, itr):
"""
Class method to create 'base' Cycler objects
that do not have a 'right' or 'op' and for which
the 'left' object is not another Cycler.
Parameters
----------
label : str
The property key.
itr : iterable
Finite length iterable of the property values.
Returns
-------
cycler : Cycler
New 'base' `Cycler`
"""
ret = cls(None)
ret._left = list({label: v} for v in itr)
ret._keys = set([label])
return ret
def __getitem__(self, key):
# TODO : maybe add numpy style fancy slicing
if isinstance(key, slice):
trans = self.by_key()
return reduce(add, (_cycler(k, v[key])
for k, v in six.iteritems(trans)))
else:
raise ValueError("Can only use slices with Cycler.__getitem__")
def __iter__(self):
if self._right is None:
return iter(dict(l) for l in self._left)
return self._compose()
def __add__(self, other):
"""
Pair-wise combine two equal length cycles (zip)
Parameters
----------
other : Cycler
The second Cycler
"""
if len(self) != len(other):
raise ValueError("Can only add equal length cycles, "
"not {0} and {1}".format(len(self), len(other)))
return Cycler(self, other, zip)
def __mul__(self, other):
"""
Outer product of two cycles (`itertools.product`) or integer
multiplication.
Parameters
----------
other : Cycler or int
The second Cycler or integer
"""
if isinstance(other, Cycler):
return Cycler(self, other, product)
elif isinstance(other, int):
trans = self.by_key()
return reduce(add, (_cycler(k, v*other)
for k, v in six.iteritems(trans)))
else:
return NotImplemented
def __rmul__(self, other):
return self * other
def __len__(self):
op_dict = {zip: min, product: mul}
if self._right is None:
return len(self._left)
l_len = len(self._left)
r_len = len(self._right)
return op_dict[self._op](l_len, r_len)
def __iadd__(self, other):
"""
In-place pair-wise combine two equal length cycles (zip)
Parameters
----------
other : Cycler
The second Cycler
"""
if not isinstance(other, Cycler):
raise TypeError("Cannot += with a non-Cycler object")
# True shallow copy of self is fine since this is in-place
old_self = copy.copy(self)
self._keys = _process_keys(old_self, other)
self._left = old_self
self._op = zip
self._right = Cycler(other._left, other._right, other._op)
return self
def __imul__(self, other):
"""
In-place outer product of two cycles (`itertools.product`)
Parameters
----------
other : Cycler
The second Cycler
"""
if not isinstance(other, Cycler):
raise TypeError("Cannot *= with a non-Cycler object")
# True shallow copy of self is fine since this is in-place
old_self = copy.copy(self)
self._keys = _process_keys(old_self, other)
self._left = old_self
self._op = product
self._right = Cycler(other._left, other._right, other._op)
return self
def __eq__(self, other):
"""
Check equality
"""
if len(self) != len(other):
return False
if self.keys ^ other.keys:
return False
return all(a == b for a, b in zip(self, other))
def __repr__(self):
op_map = {zip: '+', product: '*'}
if self._right is None:
lab = self.keys.pop()
itr = list(v[lab] for v in self)
return "cycler({lab!r}, {itr!r})".format(lab=lab, itr=itr)
else:
op = op_map.get(self._op, '?')
msg = "({left!r} {op} {right!r})"
return msg.format(left=self._left, op=op, right=self._right)
def _repr_html_(self):
# an table showing the value of each key through a full cycle
output = "<table>"
sorted_keys = sorted(self.keys, key=repr)
for key in sorted_keys:
output += "<th>{key!r}</th>".format(key=key)
for d in iter(self):
output += "<tr>"
for k in sorted_keys:
output += "<td>{val!r}</td>".format(val=d[k])
output += "</tr>"
output += "</table>"
return output
def by_key(self):
"""Values by key
This returns the transposed values of the cycler. Iterating
over a `Cycler` yields dicts with a single value for each key,
this method returns a `dict` of `list` which are the values
for the given key.
The returned value can be used to create an equivalent `Cycler`
using only `+`.
Returns
-------
transpose : dict
dict of lists of the values for each key.
"""
# TODO : sort out if this is a bottle neck, if there is a better way
# and if we care.
keys = self.keys
# change this to dict comprehension when drop 2.6
out = dict((k, list()) for k in keys)
for d in self:
for k in keys:
out[k].append(d[k])
return out
# for back compatibility
_transpose = by_key
def simplify(self):
"""Simplify the Cycler
Returned as a composition using only sums (no multiplications)
Returns
-------
simple : Cycler
An equivalent cycler using only summation"""
# TODO: sort out if it is worth the effort to make sure this is
# balanced. Currently it is is
# (((a + b) + c) + d) vs
# ((a + b) + (c + d))
# I would believe that there is some performance implications
trans = self.by_key()
return reduce(add, (_cycler(k, v) for k, v in six.iteritems(trans)))
def concat(self, other):
"""Concatenate this cycler and an other.
The keys must match exactly.
This returns a single Cycler which is equivalent to
`itertools.chain(self, other)`
Examples
--------
>>> num = cycler('a', range(3))
>>> let = cycler('a', 'abc')
>>> num.concat(let)
cycler('a', [0, 1, 2, 'a', 'b', 'c'])
Parameters
----------
other : `Cycler`
The `Cycler` to concatenate to this one.
Returns
-------
ret : `Cycler`
The concatenated `Cycler`
"""
return concat(self, other)
def concat(left, right):
"""Concatenate two cyclers.
The keys must match exactly.
This returns a single Cycler which is equivalent to
`itertools.chain(left, right)`
Examples
--------
>>> num = cycler('a', range(3))
>>> let = cycler('a', 'abc')
>>> num.concat(let)
cycler('a', [0, 1, 2, 'a', 'b', 'c'])
Parameters
----------
left, right : `Cycler`
The two `Cycler` instances to concatenate
Returns
-------
ret : `Cycler`
The concatenated `Cycler`
"""
if left.keys != right.keys:
msg = '\n\t'.join(["Keys do not match:",
"Intersection: {both!r}",
"Disjoint: {just_one!r}"]).format(
both=left.keys & right.keys,
just_one=left.keys ^ right.keys)
raise ValueError(msg)
_l = left.by_key()
_r = right.by_key()
return reduce(add, (_cycler(k, _l[k] + _r[k]) for k in left.keys))
def cycler(*args, **kwargs):
"""
Create a new `Cycler` object from a single positional argument,
a pair of positional arguments, or the combination of keyword arguments.
cycler(arg)
cycler(label1=itr1[, label2=iter2[, ...]])
cycler(label, itr)
Form 1 simply copies a given `Cycler` object.
Form 2 composes a `Cycler` as an inner product of the
pairs of keyword arguments. In other words, all of the
iterables are cycled simultaneously, as if through zip().
Form 3 creates a `Cycler` from a label and an iterable.
This is useful for when the label cannot be a keyword argument
(e.g., an integer or a name that has a space in it).
Parameters
----------
arg : Cycler
Copy constructor for Cycler (does a shallow copy of iterables).
label : name
The property key. In the 2-arg form of the function,
the label can be any hashable object. In the keyword argument
form of the function, it must be a valid python identifier.
itr : iterable
Finite length iterable of the property values.
Can be a single-property `Cycler` that would
be like a key change, but as a shallow copy.
Returns
-------
cycler : Cycler
New `Cycler` for the given property
"""
if args and kwargs:
raise TypeError("cyl() can only accept positional OR keyword "
"arguments -- not both.")
if len(args) == 1:
if not isinstance(args[0], Cycler):
raise TypeError("If only one positional argument given, it must "
" be a Cycler instance.")
return Cycler(args[0])
elif len(args) == 2:
return _cycler(*args)
elif len(args) > 2:
raise TypeError("Only a single Cycler can be accepted as the lone "
"positional argument. Use keyword arguments instead.")