ax.global_stopping¶
Strategies¶
Base Strategies¶
 class ax.global_stopping.strategies.base.BaseGlobalStoppingStrategy(min_trials: int, inactive_when_pending_trials: bool = True)[source]¶

Interface for strategies used to stop the optimization.
Note that this is different from the BaseEarlyStoppingStrategy, the functionality of which is to decide whether a trial with partial results available during evaluation should be stopped before fully completing. In global early stopping, the decision is about whether or not to stop the overall optimzation altogether (e.g. b/c the expected marginal gains of running additional evaluations do not justify the cost of running these trials).
 should_stop_optimization(experiment: Experiment, **kwargs: Any) Tuple[bool, str] [source]¶
Decide whether to stop optimization.
 Parameters:
experiment – Experiment that contains the trials and other contextual data.
 Returns:
A Tuple with a boolean determining whether the optimization should stop, and a str declaring the reason for stopping.
ImprovementGlobalStoppingStrategy¶
 class ax.global_stopping.strategies.improvement.ImprovementGlobalStoppingStrategy(min_trials: int, window_size: int = 5, improvement_bar: float = 0.1, inactive_when_pending_trials: bool = True)[source]¶
Bases:
BaseGlobalStoppingStrategy
A Global Stopping Strategy which recommends stopping optimization if there is no significant improvement over recent iterations.
This stopping strategy recommends stopping if there is no significant improvement over the past window_size trials, among those that are feasible (satisfying constraints). The meaning of a “significant” improvement differs between singleobjective and multiobjective optimizations. For singleobjective optimizations, improvement is as a fraction of the interquartile range (IQR) of the objective values seen so far. For multiobjective optimizations (MOO), improvement is as a fraction of the hypervolume obtained window_size iterations ago.
 ax.global_stopping.strategies.improvement.constraint_satisfaction(trial: BaseTrial) bool [source]¶
This function checks whether the outcome constraints of the optimization config of an experiment are satisfied in the given trial.
 Parameters:
trial – A singlearm Trial at which we want to check the constraint.
 Returns:
A boolean which is True iff all outcome constraints are satisfied.