SROMPy - Stochastic Reduced Order Models with Python
Python module for generating Stochastic Reduced Order Models (SROMs) and applying them for uncertainty quantification problems. See documentation in
docs/ directory for details.
SROMPy is intended for use with Python 2.7 and relies on the following packages:
- mpi4py (optional for running in parallel)
- pytest (optional if the testing suite is to be run)
from SROMPy.postprocess import Postprocessor from SROMPy.srom import SROM from SROMPy.target import NormalRandomVariable #Initialize Normal random variable object to be modeled by SROM: normal = NormalRandomVariable(mean=3., std_dev=1.5) #Initialize SROM & optimize to model the normal random variable: srom = SROM(size=10, dim=1) srom.optimize(normal) #Compare the CDF of the SROM & target normal variable: post_processor = Postprocessor(srom, normal) post_processor.compare_CDFs()
The above code snippet produces the following CDF comparison plot:
The best way to get started with SROMPy is to take a look at the scripts in the examples/ directory. A simple example of propagating uncertainty through a spring mass system can be found in the examples/spring_mass/, while the examples/phm18/ directory contains scripts necessary to reproduce the results in the following conference paper on probabilistic prognostics: https://www.phmpapers.org/index.php/phmconf/article/view/551. For more information, see the source code documentation in docs/SROMPy_doc.pdf (a work in progress) or the technical report below that accompanied the release of SROMPy.
The tests can be performed by running "py.test" from the tests/ directory to ensure a proper installation.
If you use SROMPy for your research, please cite the technical report:
Warner, J. E. (2018). Stochastic reduced order models with Python (SROMPy). NASA/TM-2018-219824.
The report can be found in the
docs/references directory. Thanks!
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This software was funded by and developed under the High Performance Computing Incubator (HPCI) at NASA Langley Research Center.
Contributors: James Warner (email@example.com), Luke Morrill, Juan Barrientos
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