# Source code for pycalphad.core.patched_piecewise

```
"""
Copied from Piecewise SymPy. The only modification is in `piecewise_eval` where
```
for e, c in _args:
if not c.is_Atom and not isinstance(c, Relational):
free = c.free_symbols
```
is changed to
```
for e, c in _args:
if not c.is_Atom and not isinstance(c, Relational):
free = c.expr_free_symbols
```
See the following links:
https://github.com/sympy/sympy/issues/14933
https://github.com/pycalphad/pycalphad/pull/180
"""
import sympy.functions.elementary.piecewise
from sympy.core import S, Function, Dummy, Tuple
from sympy.core.basic import as_Basic
from sympy.core.relational import Relational, _canonical
from sympy.logic.boolalg import And, Boolean, distribute_and_over_or, Or, true, false
from sympy.utilities.misc import filldedent, func_name
# Removes ITE rewriting, which is not compatible with SymEngine
[docs]def exprcondpair_new(cls, expr, cond):
expr = as_Basic(expr)
if cond == True:
return Tuple.__new__(cls, expr, true)
elif cond == False:
return Tuple.__new__(cls, expr, false)
if not isinstance(cond, Boolean):
raise TypeError(filldedent('''
Second argument must be a Boolean,
not `%s`''' % func_name(cond)))
return Tuple.__new__(cls, expr, cond)
[docs]def piecewise_eval(cls, *_args):
if not _args:
return
if len(_args) == 1 and _args[0][-1] == True:
return _args[0][0]
newargs = [] # the unevaluated conditions
current_cond = set() # the conditions up to a given e, c pair
# make conditions canonical
args = []
for e, c in _args:
if not c.is_Atom and not isinstance(c, Relational):
free = c.expr_free_symbols
if len(free) == 1:
funcs = [i for i in c.atoms(Function)
if not isinstance(i, Boolean)]
if len(funcs) == 1 and len(
c.xreplace({list(funcs)[0]: Dummy()}
).free_symbols) == 1:
# we can treat function like a symbol
free = funcs
_c = c
x = free.pop()
try:
c = c.as_set().as_relational(x)
except NotImplementedError:
pass
else:
reps = {}
for i in c.atoms(Relational):
ic = i.canonical
if ic.rhs in (S.Infinity, S.NegativeInfinity):
if not _c.has(ic.rhs):
# don't accept introduction of
# new Relationals with +/-oo
reps[i] = S.true
elif ('=' not in ic.rel_op and
c.xreplace({x: i.rhs}) !=
_c.xreplace({x: i.rhs})):
reps[i] = Relational(
i.lhs, i.rhs, i.rel_op + '=')
c = c.xreplace(reps)
args.append((e, _canonical(c)))
for expr, cond in args:
# Check here if expr is a Piecewise and collapse if one of
# the conds in expr matches cond. This allows the collapsing
# of Piecewise((Piecewise((x,x<0)),x<0)) to Piecewise((x,x<0)).
# This is important when using piecewise_fold to simplify
# multiple Piecewise instances having the same conds.
# Eventually, this code should be able to collapse Piecewise's
# having different intervals, but this will probably require
# using the new assumptions.
if isinstance(expr, sympy.functions.elementary.piecewise.Piecewise):
unmatching = []
for i, (e, c) in enumerate(expr.args):
if c in current_cond:
# this would already have triggered
continue
if c == cond:
if c != True:
# nothing past this condition will ever
# trigger and only those args before this
# that didn't match a previous condition
# could possibly trigger
if unmatching:
expr = sympy.functions.elementary.piecewise.Piecewise(*(
unmatching + [(e, c)]))
else:
expr = e
break
else:
unmatching.append((e, c))
# check for condition repeats
got = False
# -- if an And contains a condition that was
# already encountered, then the And will be
# False: if the previous condition was False
# then the And will be False and if the previous
# condition is True then then we wouldn't get to
# this point. In either case, we can skip this condition.
for i in ([cond] +
(list(cond.args) if isinstance(cond, And) else
[])):
if i in current_cond:
got = True
break
if got:
continue
# -- if not(c) is already in current_cond then c is
# a redundant condition in an And. This does not
# apply to Or, however: (e1, c), (e2, Or(~c, d))
# is not (e1, c), (e2, d) because if c and d are
# both False this would give no results when the
# true answer should be (e2, True)
if isinstance(cond, And):
nonredundant = []
for c in cond.args:
if (isinstance(c, Relational) and
(~c).canonical in current_cond):
continue
nonredundant.append(c)
cond = cond.func(*nonredundant)
elif isinstance(cond, Relational):
if (~cond).canonical in current_cond:
cond = S.true
current_cond.add(cond)
# collect successive e,c pairs when exprs or cond match
if newargs:
if newargs[-1].expr == expr:
orcond = Or(cond, newargs[-1].cond)
if isinstance(orcond, (And, Or)):
orcond = distribute_and_over_or(orcond)
newargs[-1] = sympy.functions.elementary.piecewise.ExprCondPair(expr, orcond)
continue
elif newargs[-1].cond == cond:
orexpr = Or(expr, newargs[-1].expr)
if isinstance(orexpr, (And, Or)):
orexpr = distribute_and_over_or(orexpr)
newargs[-1] = sympy.functions.elementary.piecewise.ExprCondPair(orexpr, cond)
continue
newargs.append(sympy.functions.elementary.piecewise.ExprCondPair(expr, cond))
# some conditions may have been redundant
missing = len(newargs) != len(_args)
# some conditions may have changed
same = all(a == b for a, b in zip(newargs, _args))
# if either change happened we return the expr with the
# updated args
if not newargs:
raise ValueError(filldedent('''
There are no conditions (or none that
are not trivially false) to define an
expression.'''))
if missing or not same:
return cls(*newargs)
```