author Vincent Michel <vincent.michel@logilab.fr>
Fri, 09 Nov 2012 14:27:22 +0100
changeset 109 0b655812245f
parent 108 57e172386d5f
child 110 3e9f58076ed3
permissions -rw-r--r--
Try to optimize buckets computation in min hashing

# -*- coding:utf-8 -*-
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import cPickle

from random import randint
from collections import defaultdict

from numpy import ones
from scipy.sparse import lil_matrix
from scipy.optimize import bisect

from alignment.normalize import iter_wordgrams

def randomhashfunction(zr):
    """ Return a random hash function, mapping x in Z to ZR
        h:x -> ax + b mod R

    a = randint(1, zr - 1)
    b = randint(1, zr - 1)

    def hashfunc(x):
        return ((a * x + b) % zr)

    return hashfunc

class Minlsh(object):
    """ Operate minhashing + locally-sensitive-hashing to find similar sentences

    def __init__(self):
        self._trained = False
        self.sigmatrix = None

    def train(self, sentences, k = 2, siglen = 200):
        """ Train the minlsh on the given sentences.

            - `k` is the length of the k-wordgrams used
              (the lower k is, the faster is the training)
            - `siglen` the length of the sentences signature


        matrixdocument = self._buildmatrixdocument(sentences, k)
        print "Training is done. Wait while signaturing"

        self.sigmatrix = self._signaturematrix(matrixdocument, siglen)
        self._trained = True

    def _buildmatrixdocument(self, sentences, k):
        """ Return a sparse matrix where :

            - Each sentence is a column
            - Each row is a element of the universal set

            Each value (r, c) is set to 1 if the element at row r is in the
            sentence c, 0 otherwise


        rows, data, universe, sizeofuniverse = [], [], {}, 0
        for sent in sentences:
            row = []
            for w in iter_wordgrams(sent, k):
                row.append(universe.setdefault(w, sizeofuniverse))
                if row[-1] == sizeofuniverse:
                    sizeofuniverse += 1
            data.append([1] * len(row))

        matrixdoc = lil_matrix((len(rows), sizeofuniverse))
        matrixdoc.rows = rows
        matrixdoc.data = data

        return matrixdoc.T

    def _signaturematrix(self, matrixdocument, siglen):
        """ Return a matrix where each column is the signature the document
            The signature is composed of siglen number

            The more the document have rows in commun, the closer they are.

        nrows, ncols = matrixdocument.shape
        sig = ones((siglen, ncols)) * (nrows + 1)
        hashfunc = [randomhashfunction(nrows) for _ in xrange(siglen)]

        for r in xrange(nrows):
            hashrs = [(i, func(r)) for i, func in enumerate(hashfunc)]
            for c in matrixdocument.rows[r]:
                for i, hashr in hashrs:
                    if hashr < sig[i, c]:
                        sig[i, c] = hashr
        return sig

    def save(self, savefile):
        """ Save the training into `savefile` for a future use """

        if not self._trained:
            print "Not trained, nothing to save"

        with open(savefile, 'wb') as fobj:
            pickler = cPickle.Pickler(fobj)

    def load(self, savefile):
        """ Load a trained minhashing """

        with open(savefile, 'rb') as fobj:
            pickler = cPickle.Unpickler(fobj)
            self.sigmatrix = pickler.load()

        if self.sigmatrix is not None:
            self._trained = True
            self._trained = False

    def findsimilarsentences(self, threshold, sentenceid = None):
        """ Return a set of tuples of *possible* similar sentences

            If 0 <= sentenceid <= nbsentences is given:
                return a set of tuples of *possible* similar sentences to this

        def computebandsize(threshold, nbrows):
            """ Compute the bandsize according to the threshold given """

            ### t ~ (1/b)^(1/r), where t is the threshold, b the number of
            ### bands, and r the number of rows per band. And nbrows (the length
            ### of the matrix is nbrows = b * r, so t ~ (r / L)^(1 / r). So, let's
            ### find the root of f(x) = (x / L)^(1/r) - t.
            def f(x):
                y = pow(x / nbrows, 1. /x) - threshold
                return y

            ## Solve f(x) = 0, with x having values in [1, nbrows]
            return int(bisect(f, 1, nbrows))

        if not self._trained:
            print "Train it before"

        if not (0 < threshold <= 1):
            print "Threshold must be in ]0 ; 1]"

        col = [self.sigmatrix[:, i] for i in xrange(self.sigmatrix.shape[1])]
        bandsize = computebandsize(threshold, self.sigmatrix.shape[0])

        buckets = defaultdict(set)
        for r in xrange(0, self.sigmatrix.shape[0], bandsize):
            for i in xrange(len(col)):
            #print "Progress : %.3f" % (r * 100. / self.sigmatrix.shape[0])

        if sentenceid and 0 <= sentenceid < self.sigmatrix.shape[1]:
            return set(tuple(v) for v in buckets.itervalues()
                       if len(v) > 1 and sentenceid in v)
        return set(tuple(v) for v in buckets.itervalues() if len(v) > 1)

if __name__ == '__main__':
    from alignment.normalize import (loadlemmas, simplify)

    sentences = ["j'aime le poisson", "le poisson c'est bon",
                 "je cuis le poisson", "je fais du sport",
                 "le sport c'est bon pour la sante",
                 "pour la sante le sport est bon",
                 "le programme TV de ce soir est interessant",
                 "le poisson est cuit",
                 "les carottes sont cuites"]

    lemmas = loadlemmas('data/french_lemmas.txt')
    minlsh = Minlsh()
    minlsh.train((simplify(s, lemmas) for s in sentences), 1, 200)

    print 'Les phrases sont : '
    for s in sentences:
        print ' - %s' % s

    print '\nLes phrases *possiblement* similaires sont : '
    for s in minlsh.findsimilarsentences(0.7):
        for e in s:
            print ' -', sentences[e]