Source code for spinn_front_end_common.interface.interface_functions.find_application_chips_used

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from collections import defaultdict
import sys
from spinn_front_end_common.utilities.utility_objs import ExecutableType
from spinn_front_end_common.abstract_models import AbstractHasAssociatedBinary


[docs]class FindApplicationChipsUsed(object): """ Builds a set of stats on how many chips were used for application\ cores. """
[docs] def __call__(self, placements): """ Finds how many application chips there were and the cost on \ each chip :param ~pacman.model.placements.Placements placements: placements :return: a tuple with 4 elements. 1. how many chips were used 2. the max application cores on any given chip 3. the lowest number of application cores on any given chip 4. the average number of application cores on any given chip :rtype: tuple(int,int,int,float) """ chips_used = defaultdict(int) for placement in placements: # find binary type if applicable binary_start_type = None if isinstance(placement.vertex, AbstractHasAssociatedBinary): binary_start_type = placement.vertex.get_binary_start_type() if binary_start_type != ExecutableType.SYSTEM: chips_used[placement.x, placement.y] += 1 low = sys.maxsize high = 0 total = 0 n_chips_used = len(chips_used) for key in chips_used: if chips_used[key] < low: low = chips_used[key] if chips_used[key] > high: high = chips_used[key] total += chips_used[key] average = total / n_chips_used return n_chips_used, high, low, average