p
```"""
Implementation of gradient descent algorithm for minimizing cost of a linear hypothesis
function.
"""

import numpy as np

# List of input, output pairs
train_data = (
((5, 2, 3), 15),
((6, 5, 9), 25),
((11, 12, 13), 41),
((1, 1, 1), 8),
((11, 12, 13), 41),
)
test_data = (((515, 22, 13), 555), ((61, 35, 49), 150))
parameter_vector = [2, 4, 1, 5]
m = len(train_data)
LEARNING_RATE = 0.009

def _error(example_no, data_set="train"):
"""
:param data_set: train data or test data
:param example_no: example number whose error has to be checked
:return: error in example pointed by example number.
"""
return calculate_hypothesis_value(example_no, data_set) - output(
example_no, data_set
)

def _hypothesis_value(data_input_tuple):
"""
Calculates hypothesis function value for a given input
:param data_input_tuple: Input tuple of a particular example
:return: Value of hypothesis function at that point.
Note that there is an 'biased input' whose value is fixed as 1.
It is not explicitly mentioned in input data.. But, ML hypothesis functions use it.
So, we have to take care of it separately. Line 36 takes care of it.
"""
hyp_val = 0
for i in range(len(parameter_vector) - 1):
hyp_val += data_input_tuple[i] * parameter_vector[i + 1]
hyp_val += parameter_vector[0]
return hyp_val

def output(example_no, data_set):
"""
:param data_set: test data or train data
:param example_no: example whose output is to be fetched
:return: output for that example
"""
if data_set == "train":
return train_data[example_no][1]
elif data_set == "test":
return test_data[example_no][1]
return None

def calculate_hypothesis_value(example_no, data_set):
"""
Calculates hypothesis value for a given example
:param data_set: test data or train_data
:param example_no: example whose hypothesis value is to be calculated
:return: hypothesis value for that example
"""
if data_set == "train":
return _hypothesis_value(train_data[example_no][0])
elif data_set == "test":
return _hypothesis_value(test_data[example_no][0])
return None

def summation_of_cost_derivative(index, end=m):
"""
Calculates the sum of cost function derivative
:param index: index wrt derivative is being calculated
:param end: value where summation ends, default is m, number of examples
:return: Returns the summation of cost derivative
Note: If index is -1, this means we are calculating summation wrt to biased
parameter.
"""
summation_value = 0
for i in range(end):
if index == -1:
summation_value += _error(i)
else:
summation_value += _error(i) * train_data[i][0][index]
return summation_value

def get_cost_derivative(index):
"""
:param index: index of the parameter vector wrt to derivative is to be calculated
:return: derivative wrt to that index
Note: If index is -1, this means we are calculating summation wrt to biased
parameter.
"""
cost_derivative_value = summation_of_cost_derivative(index, m) / m
return cost_derivative_value

global parameter_vector
# Tune these values to set a tolerance value for predicted output
absolute_error_limit = 0.000002
relative_error_limit = 0
j = 0
while True:
j += 1
temp_parameter_vector = [0, 0, 0, 0]
for i in range(len(parameter_vector)):
cost_derivative = get_cost_derivative(i - 1)
temp_parameter_vector[i] = (
parameter_vector[i] - LEARNING_RATE * cost_derivative
)
if np.allclose(
parameter_vector,
temp_parameter_vector,
atol=absolute_error_limit,
rtol=relative_error_limit,
):
break
parameter_vector = temp_parameter_vector
print(("Number of iterations:", j))