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#25318 needs_work enhancement
Improve basic operations with fraction field elements
Reported by:  mmezzarobba  Owned by:  

Priority:  major  Milestone:  sage9.4 
Component:  algebra  Keywords:  
Cc:  roed, caruso, slelievre, nthiery, aschilling  Merged in:  
Authors:  Marc Mezzarobba  Reviewers:  Julian Rüth 
Report Upstream:  N/A  Work issues:  
Branch:  u/mmezzarobba/fractions_trivial (Commits, GitHub, GitLab)  Commit:  51c430873b0b8fe64865328afa73550241927866 
Dependencies:  #16268  Stopgaps: 
Description (last modified by )
As discussed in this 201806 sagedevel discussion, this is part of an effort to improve fraction field elements, and in particular rational fractions in several variables, spread across four tickets:
 #25318: Improve basic operations with fraction field elements (the present ticket)
 #25290: Don't use Karatsuba for multiplying polynomials over fraction fields
 #23909; GCD for univariate polynomials over fraction fields
 #16268: Better normalization for fraction field elements
At least for some applications, these tickets bring Sage fraction field elements from "so slow they are unusable" to "not really great yet but reasonable".
Change History (81)
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3197980  Fix documentation of normalize

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c16d55a  FractionFieldElement: merge reduce() and normalize()

7c8a45a  Tweak fraction field element hashing

c1f928f  #16268 boring doctest updates

8cff798  #16268 other doctest updates

544a8df  fix normalization of leading coefficients

aede39f  better handle trivial cases of ==, * for fractions

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da9f8d3  fractions: propagate the _is_reduced flag

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comment:12 followup: ↓ 14 Changed 3 years ago by
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9a9d4de  FractionFieldElement: merge reduce() and normalize()

59c558c  Tweak fraction field element hashing

afc6a05  #16268 boring doctest updates

7dfe3c3  #16268 other doctest updates

3a3d32f  fix normalization of leading coefficients

e56e5a4  better handle trivial cases of ==, * for fractions

e0430e4  simplify fraction field elements +, *, and reduction

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8aa61d5  Tweak fraction field element hashing

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1bd6279  #16268 other doctest updates

1f6b0b6  fix normalization of leading coefficients

5d4a689  additional doctest update after #25440

ed02ed1  better handle trivial cases of ==, * for fractions

9af6633  simplify fraction field elements +, *, and reduction

2f9621f  fractions: propagate the _is_reduced flag

comment:16 Changed 3 years ago by
Rebased on 8.3.beta5 along with #16268.
comment:17 Changed 3 years ago by
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comment:18 Changed 3 years ago by
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Could you explain why you need to remove the padic doctest? You mentioned this in #25440 but I could not immediately find a reason for this in this ticket:
 Check that inexact elements are treated correctly::

 sage: K=Qp(2,5)
 sage: R.<x> = K[]
 sage: L = R.fraction_field()
 sage: S.<y> = L[]
 sage: y(K(1,1)/x)
 ((1 + O(2)))/((1 + O(2^5))*x)
comment:19 Changed 3 years ago by
Because it breaks again after this ticket, due to new code that uses is_one()
to test if a leading coefficient (or something like that, I don't remember exactly) is one. And while I have nothing against the workaround you added in #25440 to accommodate the behavior of is_one()
for padics as long as it doesn't break anything else, I don't think we want to block other changes due to what I see as a bug of padics...
comment:20 Changed 3 years ago by
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comment:21 followup: ↓ 23 Changed 3 years ago by
I don't think it's a bug. padics make imho the less fortunate of two reasonable choices on how to implement ==
. No matter how you implement it, lots of implementations that are not aware of inexact elements break.
If you take the above doctest out, doesn't this mean that you produce a wrong result again now? I am not sure that it's valid to just claim that padics are broken, so we should not care about them.
I also don't want to block progress on fraction fields which would be quite nice. But can't we have both?
comment:22 Changed 3 years ago by
Let's hear what some other people think about this…
comment:23 in reply to: ↑ 21 Changed 3 years ago by
Replying to saraedum:
I don't think it's a bug. padics make imho the less fortunate of two reasonable choices on how to implement
==
. No matter how you implement it, lots of implementations that are not aware of inexact elements break.
Ok, perhaps calling it a bug is a bit strong. But in the parts of Sage I'm familiar with, there are a number of generic algorithms that already use equality and (more importantly) is_zero()
, is_one()
, bool()
in a way compatible with intervallike rings... but with the semantics of interval arithmetic, not those of padics.
If you take the above doctest out, doesn't this mean that you produce a wrong result again now?
Yes, I think so.
I am not sure that it's valid to just claim that padics are broken, so we should not care about them.
I also don't want to block progress on fraction fields which would be quite nice. But can't we have both?
In the present case, I don't really see how without changing the implementation of padics, but if you have an idea I'd love to hear it!
Do you think it would be break anything if we modified the padic is_zero()
and is_one()
without touching ==
, though? While it can be argued that ==
is an “internal” operation on each parent (using it in combination with coercion is known to be dangerous anyway), whose semantics could vary from parent to parent, I really don't see anyone calling is_one()
and expecting it to return True
on anything but the exact unit element, even for padics... And I guess that change already would be enough to make most generic algorithms work on padics.
comment:24 followup: ↓ 25 Changed 3 years ago by
Currently, I think that the exact padic one does not exist in Sage (except for floating point arithmetics). So are you saying that is_one
should always return False
? Or that exact padic elements have to be implemented?
comment:25 in reply to: ↑ 24 Changed 3 years ago by
Replying to caruso:
Currently, I think that the exact padic one does not exist in Sage (except for floating point arithmetics). So are you saying that
is_one
should always returnFalse
? Or that exact padic elements have to be implemented?
I don't know. Perhaps it should always return False
, or perhaps it should return True
when the element is one up to the maximum precision of the ring... I guess it depends how you want generic objects to behave. For example, what should be the degree of a polynomial whose leading term is O(p^{k})? When should multiplication by “zero”, resp. “one” yield R.zero()
, resp. the other operand?
comment:26 followup: ↓ 27 Changed 3 years ago by
My personal philosophy is that a should be considered as equal to b as soon as they are indistinguishable (which is the current behavior), but I agree that this has disadvantages as well.
I'm not sure that it's a good idea to let a == 1
have a different meaning than a.is_one()
. Personally, I consider the two constructions as equivalent.
comment:27 in reply to: ↑ 26 Changed 3 years ago by
Replying to caruso:
My personal philosophy is that a should be considered as equal to b as soon as they are indistinguishable (which is the current behavior), but I agree that this has disadvantages as well.
And I'm fine with that. But it seems hard to me to make generic algorithms (that must work over other parents too) accommodate that, unless you also agree that operations involving padics can return results “equal” to the correct one in that sense (but possibly more precise).
I don't really like having x.is_one()
differ from == 1
either, but that would solve the problem in many cases...
What do you think we should do in the case of the present ticket? Or, to take a similar but simpler example, what do you think c*pol
should return when pol
is a generic polynomial and c
is a scalar with c.is_one()
? And when c.is_zero()
?
comment:28 Changed 3 years ago by
Something I'm using times to times is to add a named argument (I usually use secure
but it can also be exact
, it's possibly better). If secure
is true, then a == b
returns false (or raises an error) if one cannot assert that they are equal for sure; otherwise, it behaves as it does currently.
I'm not very very enthusiastic with the solution, but I guess that it may solve the problem.
comment:29 Changed 3 years ago by
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f220ba1  FractionFieldElement: merge reduce() and normalize()

d57e934  Tweak fraction field element hashing

db40831  #16268 boring doctest updates

2955aa9  #16268 other doctest updates

069cca8  fix normalization of leading coefficients

dcd92b7  additional doctest update after #25440

645e29c  better handle trivial cases of ==, * for fractions

637061e  simplify fraction field elements +, *, and reduction

94b5b19  fractions: propagate the _is_reduced flag

2293ce7  remove an (IMO) incorrect doctest

comment:30 Changed 3 years ago by
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e663dbe  fix normalization of leading coefficients

db762fc  additional doctest update after #25440

1ffe62b  better handle trivial cases of ==, * for fractions

213a63e  simplify fraction field elements +, *, and reduction

d6ca21f  fractions: propagate the _is_reduced flag

18c3f55  remove an (IMO) incorrect doctest

comment:31 Changed 3 years ago by
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comment:32 followup: ↓ 33 Changed 2 years ago by
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Could a few words be added to the ticket description?
comment:33 in reply to: ↑ 32 Changed 2 years ago by
Replying to slelievre:
Could a few words be added to the ticket description?
I'm not sure what to add to what already is in the commit messages. (And I don't remember much about this ticket.) What information would you like to see?
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comment:40 followup: ↓ 43 Changed 21 months ago by
Marc, I am likely to have a look next week (Sage days 100). If you have time to rebase, that would be appreciated).
comment:41 Changed 21 months ago by
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comment:42 Changed 21 months ago by
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comment:43 in reply to: ↑ 40 Changed 21 months ago by
Replying to vdelecroix:
Marc, I am likely to have a look next week (Sage days 100). If you have time to rebase, that would be appreciated).
Done (but not tested at all: I'm on the train, on battery).
comment:44 Changed 21 months ago by
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comment:46 Changed 17 months ago by
rebased (result not tested)
comment:47 Changed 17 months ago by
Patchbot says
sage t long src/sage/combinat/root_system/non_symmetric_macdonald_polynomials.py # 130 doctests failed sage t long src/sage/combinat/root_system/root_lattice_realization_algebras.py # 11 doctests failed sage t long src/sage/combinat/root_system/hecke_algebra_representation.py # 16 doctests failed sage t long src/sage/categories/coxeter_group_algebras.py # 1 doctest failed
comment:48 Changed 17 months ago by
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comment:49 Changed 16 months ago by
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f22d085  better handle trivial cases of ==, * for fractions

725cfd8  simplify fraction field elements +, *, and reduction

64f4a8c  fractions: propagate the _is_reduced flag

e624718  remove an (IMO) incorrect doctest

c81b9ab  #25318 fix / vs // issue revealed by changes to rational functions

comment:50 Changed 16 months ago by
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Ok, I think the actual issue behind these failures was in the py3 port of hecke_algebra_representations, see my last commit. (Phew, this one wasn't easy to track down!)
comment:51 Changed 16 months ago by
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I think the last commit is correct, but perhaps Nicolas or Anne, could one of you verify?
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comment:53 Changed 15 months ago by
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a8cb064  Trac #28890: Pass disablestatic to autoconf packages by default.

f99562a  Trac #28890: Don't install PARI's static library.

68de233  Merge remotetracking branch 'trac/u/embray/ticket28890' into develop

806abc5  better handle trivial cases of ==, * for fractions

8779b93  simplify fraction field elements +, *, and reduction

0906ca7  fractions: propagate the _is_reduced flag

6e86d9e  remove an (IMO) incorrect doctest

569267a  #25318 fix / vs // issue revealed by changes to rational functions

comment:54 Changed 15 months ago by
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2bf7952  simplify fraction field elements +, *, and reduction

27ec3c5  fractions: propagate the _is_reduced flag

bc016ab  remove an (IMO) incorrect doctest

6f21d5c  #25318 fix / vs // issue revealed by changes to rational functions

comment:55 Changed 15 months ago by
patchbot says that
++ Returns self raised to the `n^{th}` power.
should be
++ Return ``self`` raised to the `n^{th}` power.
comment:56 Changed 15 months ago by
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comment:57 Changed 15 months ago by
Thank you.
comment:58 followup: ↓ 73 Changed 14 months ago by
In gcd, why is self.__class__(self._parent, rnum*sden + rden*snum, rden*sden, coerce=False, reduce=False, is_reduced=True)
necessarily reduced? You then divide by d
but in the except:
case, it won't be reduced, right?
comment:59 Changed 14 months ago by
Same a few lines below of course.
comment:60 Changed 14 months ago by
I believe that this is only correct over exact rings:
if rnum.is_zero() or snum.is_zero(): return self._parent.zero() elif self.is_one(): return right elif _right.is_one(): return self
comment:61 Changed 14 months ago by
Why is this here automatically reduced in the except case?
+ tnum = rnum * snum + tden = rden * sden + res = self.__class__(self._parent, tnum, tden, coerce=False, + reduce=False) + try: + (<FractionFieldElement> res).normalize_unit_denominator() + except (AttributeError, NotImplementedError): + pass + (<FractionFieldElement> res)._is_reduced = True
comment:62 Changed 14 months ago by
This is not correct for inexact rings I think:
+ elif self.is_one(): + return ~right
comment:63 Changed 14 months ago by
Maybe I am missing something in general here but why would that be automatically reduced if self
isn't?
return self.__class__(self.parent(),  snum**right, sden**right,  coerce=False, reduce=False) + snum**n, sden**n, + coerce=False, reduce=False, is_reduced=True)
comment:64 Changed 14 months ago by
Shouldn't that be protected by a tryexcept like in other places? This one is in pow.
+ (<FractionFieldElement> res).normalize_unit_denominator() + (<FractionFieldElement> res)._is_reduced = True
comment:65 Changed 14 months ago by
Again, here in neg
. Can't it be that self
is not reduced?
return self.__class__(self._parent, self.__numerator, self.__denominator,  coerce=False, reduce=False) + coerce=False, reduce=False, is_reduced=True)
comment:66 Changed 14 months ago by
In inv
, should normalize_unit_denominator
not be in tryexcept like in other places? Why is this reduced if normalize_unit_denominator
failed silently? Why is this reduced if the original was not reduced?
+ (<FractionFieldElement> inv).normalize_unit_denominator() + (<FractionFieldElement> inv)._is_reduced = True + return inv
comment:67 Changed 14 months ago by
Why did you drop this test?
  Check that inexact elements are treated correctly::   sage: K=Qp(2,5)  sage: R.<x> = K[]  sage: L = R.fraction_field()  sage: S.<y> = L[]  sage: y(K(1,1)/x)  (1 + O(2))/((1 + O(2))*x)
comment:68 Changed 14 months ago by
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 Status changed from needs_review to needs_work
comment:69 Changed 14 months ago by
I like the idea of this ticket. Fraction fields are annoyingly slow and I am very much in favor of improving the situation. I might be misunderstanding a general pattern here, so looking forward to your comments.
comment:70 Changed 12 months ago by
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comment:71 Changed 8 months ago by
Needs rebase
comment:72 Changed 8 months ago by
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3ce383f  #25318 better handle trivial cases of ==, * for fractions

61c9a0b  #25318 simplify fraction field elements +, *, and reduction

aafdf53  #25318 fractions: propagate the _is_reduced flag

e32f2ca  #25318 fix / vs // issue revealed by changes to rational functions

3194d4c  #25318 minor fix in docstring

f6caa82  #25318 Accommodate padic rings

e82fd35  #25318 remove superfluous try/excepts

comment:73 in reply to: ↑ 58 Changed 8 months ago by
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Thanks a lot for your commentsand sorry for taking so long to reply, you caught me at a bad time!
Replying to saraedum:
In gcd, why is
self.__class__(self._parent, rnum*sden + rden*snum, rden*sden, coerce=False, reduce=False, is_reduced=True)
necessarily reduced? You then divide byd
but in theexcept:
case, it won't be reduced, right?
I assume you mean in _add_
? But even so I don't understand the question: this line is under if d.is_unit()
, and I'm dividing by d
(or trying to) when that's not the case.
Replying to saraedum:
Same a few lines below of course.
A few lines below, the whole fraction is zero.
Replying to saraedum:
I believe that this is only correct over exact rings:
if rnum.is_zero() or snum.is_zero(): return self._parent.zero() elif self.is_one(): return right elif _right.is_one(): return self
Replying to saraedum:
This is not correct for inexact rings I think:
+ elif self.is_one(): + return ~right
Replying to saraedum:
Why did you drop this test?
  Check that inexact elements are treated correctly::   sage: K=Qp(2,5)  sage: R.<x> = K[]  sage: L = R.fraction_field()  sage: S.<y> = L[]  sage: y(K(1,1)/x)  (1 + O(2))/((1 + O(2))*x)
See the discussion above: I think it is correct over most inexact rings (RR, RDF, RBF, RIF, CC, CDF, CBF, CIF, SR... and constructions over them), but apparently not over padic rings, unfortunately. For want of a proper solution, I'm now using this logic over exact rings only.
I dropped the test because I didn't realize this behavior of is_zero()
and is_one()
was something the padics people actually wanted. I have restored it in the rebased branch.
Replying to saraedum:
Why is this here automatically reduced in the except case?
+ tnum = rnum * snum + tden = rden * sden + res = self.__class__(self._parent, tnum, tden, coerce=False, + reduce=False) + try: + (<FractionFieldElement> res).normalize_unit_denominator() + except (AttributeError, NotImplementedError): + pass + (<FractionFieldElement> res)._is_reduced = True
Strictly speaking it isn't, but that's because we're unable to reduce over that ring, hence there is no point in trying again later. (Cf. the comment in front of the initial definition of _is_reduced
in __init__()
.)
Replying to saraedum:
Maybe I am missing something in general here but why would that be automatically reduced if
self
isn't?return self.__class__(self.parent(),  snum**right, sden**right,  coerce=False, reduce=False) + snum**n, sden**n, + coerce=False, reduce=False, is_reduced=True)
Replying to saraedum:
Again, here in
neg
. Can't it be thatself
is not reduced?return self.__class__(self._parent, self.__numerator, self.__denominator,  coerce=False, reduce=False) + coerce=False, reduce=False, is_reduced=True)
I think you are right, is_reduced=self._is_reduced
would be better in these cases.
Replying to saraedum:
Shouldn't that be protected by a tryexcept like in other places? This one is in pow.
+ (<FractionFieldElement> res).normalize_unit_denominator() + (<FractionFieldElement> res)._is_reduced = True
Replying to saraedum:
In
inv
, shouldnormalize_unit_denominator
not be in tryexcept like in other places? Why is this reduced ifnormalize_unit_denominator
failed silently? Why is this reduced if the original was not reduced?+ (<FractionFieldElement> inv).normalize_unit_denominator() + (<FractionFieldElement> inv)._is_reduced = True + return inv
AFAICT it is the other way around: the tryexcepts that are present in some cases are leftovers from a previous version and are unnecessary.
See above for the other points.
New commits:
3ce383f  #25318 better handle trivial cases of ==, * for fractions

61c9a0b  #25318 simplify fraction field elements +, *, and reduction

aafdf53  #25318 fractions: propagate the _is_reduced flag

e32f2ca  #25318 fix / vs // issue revealed by changes to rational functions

3194d4c  #25318 minor fix in docstring

f6caa82  #25318 Accommodate padic rings

e82fd35  #25318 remove superfluous try/excepts

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comment:75 Changed 6 months ago by
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comment:76 Changed 4 months ago by
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Branch pushed to git repo; I updated commit sha1. This was a forced push. New commits:
aee4200  #25318 better handle trivial cases of ==, * for fractions

7d89343  #25318 simplify fraction field elements +, *, and reduction

fc7cf8b  #25318 fractions: propagate the _is_reduced flag

a64812c  #25318 fix / vs // issue revealed by changes to rational functions

7b1e9f1  #25318 minor fix in docstring to make the patchbot happy

8ed1d79  #25318 Accommodate padic rings

e5cdf79  #25318 remove superfluous try/excepts

comment:77 Changed 5 weeks ago by
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Branch pushed to git repo; I updated commit sha1. This was a forced push. New commits:
0e02180  #25318 better handle trivial cases of ==, * for fractions

8714366  #25318 simplify fraction field elements +, *, and reduction

9d89697  #25318 fractions: propagate the _is_reduced flag

65d3edf  #25318 fix / vs // issue revealed by changes to rational functions

4686b14  #25318 minor fix in docstring to make the patchbot happy

b26fbf3  #25318 Accommodate padic rings

51c4308  #25318 remove superfluous try/excepts

comment:78 Changed 5 weeks ago by
Rebased on 9.3.beta8.
comment:79 followup: ↓ 80 Changed 5 weeks ago by
Do you have some timings?
comment:80 in reply to: ↑ 79 Changed 5 weeks ago by
 Status changed from needs_review to needs_work
Replying to tscrim:
Do you have some timings?
Good question. I am almost certain my version was faster when I first wrote it, but with the current Sage beta I no longer see any measurable improvement. For all I know the this ticket's branch may even be a bit slower. Thanks for asking! :/
comment:81 Changed 3 weeks ago by
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Sage development has entered the release candidate phase for 9.3. Setting a new milestone for this ticket based on a cursory review of ticket status, priority, and last modification date.
Branch pushed to git repo; I updated commit sha1. This was a forced push. New commits:
fewer temporaries in _mul_, _richcmp_ of fractions