Source code for sfepy.tests.test_quadratures

import numpy as nm

try:
    import sympy as sm
except ImportError:
    sm = None

import pytest

from sfepy.base.base import assert_, ordered_iteritems
import sfepy.base.testing as tst

[docs]def symarray(prefix, shape): """ Copied from SymPy so that the tests pass for its different versions. """ arr = nm.empty(shape, dtype=object) for index in nm.ndindex(shape): arr[index] = sm.Symbol('%s_%s' % (prefix, '_'.join(map(str, index)))) return arr
[docs]def get_poly(order, dim, is_simplex=False): """ Construct a polynomial of given `order` in space dimension `dim`, and integrate it symbolically over a rectangular or simplex domain for coordinates in [0, 1]. """ xs = symarray('x', dim) opd = max(1, int((order + 1) / dim)) poly = 1.0 oo = 0 for ii, x in enumerate(xs): if ((oo + opd) > order) or (ii == (len(xs) - 1)): opd = max(order - oo, 0) poly *= (x**opd + 1) oo += opd assert_(oo == order) limits = [[xs[ii], 0, 1] for ii in range(dim)] if is_simplex: for ii in range(1, dim): for ip in range(0, ii): limits[ii][2] -= xs[ip] integral = sm.integrate(poly, *reversed(limits)) return xs, poly, limits, integral
[docs]def test_weight_consistency(): """ Test if integral of 1 (= sum of weights) gives the domain volume. """ from sfepy.discrete.quadratures import quadrature_tables ok = True for geometry, qps in ordered_iteritems(quadrature_tables): tst.report('geometry:', geometry) for order, qp in ordered_iteritems(qps): diff = nm.abs(qp.weights.sum() - qp.volume) _ok = diff < 1e-14 tst.report('order %d: %s (%.2e)' % (order, _ok, diff)) ok = ok and _ok assert_(ok)
def _test_quadratures(quad, geometry, order): dim = int(geometry[0]) n_v = int(geometry[2]) is_simplex = n_v == (dim + 1) porder = order if is_simplex else dim * order xs, poly, limits, integral = get_poly(porder, dim, is_simplex=is_simplex) tst.report(' polynomial:', poly) tst.report(' limits:', limits) tst.report(' integral:', integral) def fun(coors): vals = nm.empty(coors.shape[0], dtype=nm.float64) subs = {} for ir, cc in enumerate(coors): for ic, x in enumerate(xs): subs[x] = coors[ir,ic] vals[ir] = float(poly.subs(subs)) return vals val = quad.integrate(fun, order=order, geometry=geometry) ok = nm.allclose(val, float(integral), rtol=0.0, atol=1e-11) tst.report(' sym. == num.: %f == %f -> %s' % (float(integral), val, ok)) return ok, integral, val
[docs]@pytest.mark.slow def test_quadratures(): """ Test if the quadratures have orders they claim to have, using symbolic integration by sympy. """ from sfepy.discrete.quadratures import quadrature_tables, tp_geometries from sfepy.discrete.integrals import Integral if sm is None: tst.report('cannot import sympy, skipping') return quad = Integral('test_integral') ok = True failed = [] for geometry, qps in ordered_iteritems(quadrature_tables): tst.report('geometry:', geometry) if geometry == '0_1': continue elif geometry in tp_geometries: iter_qp = range(1, 11) elif geometry == '2_3': iter_qp = range(1, 25) elif geometry == '3_4': iter_qp = range(1, 12) else: iter_qp = sorted(qps.keys()) for order in iter_qp: tst.report('order:', order) _ok, integral, val = _test_quadratures(quad, geometry, order) if not _ok: failed.append((geometry, order, float(integral), val)) ok = ok and _ok if not ok: tst.report('failed:') for aux in failed: tst.report(aux, '%.1e' % abs(aux[2] - aux[3])) assert_(ok)