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Permuting CP factors
On this page, you will find examples showing how to use tensorly.cp_tensor.cp_permute_factors function.
This function compares factors of a reference cp tensor with factors of another tensor (or list of tensor) in order to match component order. Permutation occurs on the columns of factors, minimizing the cosine distance to reference cp tensor with scipy Linear Sum Assignment method. The permuted tensor (or list of tensors) and list of permutation for each permuted tensors are returned. Tensorly CPTensor should be used as an input to permute their factors and weights simultaneously.
import tensorly as tl from tensorly.random import random_cp from tensorly.cp_tensor import cp_permute_factors import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
Create synthetic tensor
Here, we create a random tensor, then we permute its factors manually.
shape = (30, 40, 50) rank = 4 # one reference cp tensor cp_tensor_1 = random_cp(shape, rank) # two target cp tensors cp_tensor_2 = cp_tensor_1.cp_copy() cp_tensor_3 = cp_tensor_1.cp_copy() col_order_1 = [1, 0, 3, 2] for f in range(3): cp_tensor_2.factors[f] = cp_tensor_2.factors[f][:, col_order_1] col_order_2 = [3, 1, 2, 0] for f in range(3): cp_tensor_3.factors[f] = cp_tensor_3.factors[f][:, col_order_2]
Permute target CPTensors
Now, we can use these two manipulated CPTensors as inputs to the permutation function. Here, cp_tensor_1 will be used as a reference to permute other CPTensors, which are called target CPTensors. There is no limitation for the number of target CPTensors but there should be only one reference CPTensor. Results will include permuted CPTensors and permutation for each permuted cp tensor. It should be noted that, reference CPTensor won’t be included among the output CPTensors.
cp_tensors, permutation = cp_permute_factors(cp_tensor_1, [cp_tensor_2, cp_tensor_3])
As it is expected, permutation variable stores two lists which are equal to predefined col_order_1 col_order_2 above.
[array([1, 0, 3, 2]), array([3, 1, 2, 0])]
We can also observe the evolution of the factor columns order by plotting one column before and after permuting.
fig, axs = plt.subplots(1, 3) plt.subplots_adjust(hspace=1.5) fig.set_size_inches(15, fig.get_figheight(), forward=True) axs.plot(cp_tensor_1.factors[:, 0].T) axs.set_title("Reference cp tensor") axs.plot(cp_tensor_2.factors[:, 0].T) axs.set_title("Target cp tensor") axs.plot(cp_tensors.factors[:, 0].T) axs.set_title("Permuted cp tensor")
Text(0.5, 1.0, 'Permuted cp tensor')
Total running time of the script: ( 0 minutes 0.173 seconds)