fuchsia / third_party / github.com / gonum / gonum / refs/heads/upstream/asm/copy / . / optimize / errors.go

// Copyright ©2014 The gonum Authors. All rights reserved. | |

// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style | |

// license that can be found in the LICENSE file. | |

package optimize | |

import ( | |

"errors" | |

"fmt" | |

"math" | |

) | |

var ( | |

// ErrZeroDimensional signifies an optimization was called with an input of length 0. | |

ErrZeroDimensional = errors.New("optimize: zero dimensional input") | |

// ErrLinesearcherFailure signifies that a Linesearcher has iterated too | |

// many times. This may occur if the gradient tolerance is set too low. | |

ErrLinesearcherFailure = errors.New("linesearch: failed to converge") | |

// ErrNonDescentDirection signifies that LinesearchMethod has received a | |

// search direction from a NextDirectioner in which the function is not | |

// decreasing. | |

ErrNonDescentDirection = errors.New("linesearch: non-descent search direction") | |

// ErrNoProgress signifies that LinesearchMethod cannot make further | |

// progress because there is no change in location after Linesearcher step | |

// due to floating-point arithmetic. | |

ErrNoProgress = errors.New("linesearch: no change in location after Linesearcher step") | |

// ErrLinesearcherBound signifies that a Linesearcher reached a step that | |

// lies out of allowed bounds. | |

ErrLinesearcherBound = errors.New("linesearch: step out of bounds") | |

) | |

// ErrFunc is returned when an initial function value is invalid. The error | |

// state may be either +Inf or NaN. ErrFunc satisfies the error interface. | |

type ErrFunc float64 | |

func (err ErrFunc) Error() string { | |

switch { | |

case math.IsInf(float64(err), 1): | |

return "optimize: initial function value is infinite" | |

case math.IsNaN(float64(err)): | |

return "optimize: initial function value is NaN" | |

default: | |

panic("optimize: bad ErrFunc") | |

} | |

} | |

// ErrGrad is returned when an initial gradient is invalid. The error gradient | |

// may be either ±Inf or NaN. ErrGrad satisfies the error interface. | |

type ErrGrad struct { | |

Grad float64 // Grad is the invalid gradient value. | |

Index int // Index is the position at which the invalid gradient was found. | |

} | |

func (err ErrGrad) Error() string { | |

switch { | |

case math.IsInf(err.Grad, 0): | |

return fmt.Sprintf("optimize: initial gradient is infinite at position %d", err.Index) | |

case math.IsNaN(err.Grad): | |

return fmt.Sprintf("optimize: initial gradient is NaN at position %d", err.Index) | |

default: | |

panic("optimize: bad ErrGrad") | |

} | |

} | |

// List of shared panic strings | |

var ( | |

badProblem = "optimize: objective function is undefined" | |

) |