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conditionals.py

```
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from typing import Optional
import tensorflow as tf
from ..base import MeanAndVariance
from ..inducing_variables import InducingVariables
from ..kernels import Kernel
from ..posteriors import BasePosterior, VGPPosterior, get_posterior_class
from .dispatch import conditional
@conditional._gpflow_internal_register(object, InducingVariables, Kernel, object)
def _sparse_conditional(
Xnew: tf.Tensor,
inducing_variable: InducingVariables,
kernel: Kernel,
f: tf.Tensor,
*,
full_cov: bool = False,
full_output_cov: bool = False,
q_sqrt: Optional[tf.Tensor] = None,
white: bool = False,
) -> MeanAndVariance:
"""
Single-output GP conditional.
The covariance matrices used to calculate the conditional have the following shape:
- Kuu: [M, M]
- Kuf: [M, N]
- Kff: [N, N]
Further reference:
- See `gpflow.conditionals._dense_conditional` (below) for a detailed explanation of
conditional in the single-output case.
- See the multiouput notebook for more information about the multiouput framework.
:param Xnew: data matrix, size [N, D].
:param f: data matrix, [M, R]
:param full_cov: return the covariance between the datapoints
:param full_output_cov: return the covariance between the outputs.
NOTE: as we are using a single-output kernel with repetitions
these covariances will be zero.
:param q_sqrt: matrix of standard-deviations or Cholesky matrices,
size [M, R] or [R, M, M].
:param white: boolean of whether to use the whitened representation
:return:
- mean: [N, R]
- variance: [N, R], [R, N, N], [N, R, R] or [N, R, N, R]
Please see `gpflow.conditional._expand_independent_outputs` for more information
about the shape of the variance, depending on `full_cov` and `full_output_cov`.
"""
posterior_class = get_posterior_class(kernel, inducing_variable)
posterior: BasePosterior = posterior_class(
kernel,
inducing_variable,
f,
q_sqrt,
whiten=white,
mean_function=None,
precompute_cache=None,
)
return posterior.fused_predict_f(Xnew, full_cov=full_cov, full_output_cov=full_output_cov)
@conditional._gpflow_internal_register(object, object, Kernel, object)
def _dense_conditional(
Xnew: tf.Tensor,
X: tf.Tensor,
kernel: Kernel,
f: tf.Tensor,
*,
full_cov: bool = False,
full_output_cov: bool = False,
q_sqrt: Optional[tf.Tensor] = None,
white: bool = False,
) -> MeanAndVariance:
"""
Given f, representing the GP at the points X, produce the mean and
(co-)variance of the GP at the points Xnew.
Additionally, there may be Gaussian uncertainty about f as represented by
q_sqrt. In this case `f` represents the mean of the distribution and
q_sqrt the square-root of the covariance.
Additionally, the GP may have been centered (whitened) so that
p(v) = ๐ฉ(๐, ๐)
f = ๐v
thus
p(f) = ๐ฉ(๐, ๐๐แต) = ๐ฉ(๐, ๐).
In this case `f` represents the values taken by v.
The method can either return the diagonals of the covariance matrix for
each output (default) or the full covariance matrix (full_cov=True).
We assume R independent GPs, represented by the columns of f (and the
first dimension of q_sqrt).
:param Xnew: data matrix, size [N, D]. Evaluate the GP at these new points
:param X: data points, size [M, D].
:param kernel: GPflow kernel.
:param f: data matrix, [M, R], representing the function values at X,
for R functions.
:param q_sqrt: matrix of standard-deviations or Cholesky matrices,
size [M, R] or [R, M, M].
:param white: boolean of whether to use the whitened representation as
described above.
:return:
- mean: [N, R]
- variance: [N, R] (full_cov = False), [R, N, N] (full_cov = True)
"""
posterior = VGPPosterior(
kernel=kernel,
X=X,
q_mu=f,
q_sqrt=q_sqrt,
white=white,
precompute_cache=None,
)
return posterior.fused_predict_f(Xnew, full_cov=full_cov, full_output_cov=full_output_cov)
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