mleprovost / Sep 09 2019

# Tutorial 2: Duffing oscillator

Install required packages

using Pkg
Pkg.add(["EnKF", "Distributions", "ProgressMeter", "OrdinaryDiffEq", "LinearAlgebra"])
using EnKF
using Distributions
using LinearAlgebra
using ProgressMeter
using OrdinaryDiffEq
using Plots

We are interested in simulating the Duffing oscillator with forcing: with and

First, let us solve the dynamical equation using DifferentialEquations.jl with on with a Runge-Kutta 4 method (denoted RK4 in DifferentialEquations.jl)

We also define an integrator that will can propagate our solution from time to

function duffing(du,u,p,t)
du = u
du = u - u^3 -γ*u + d*cos(ω*t)
end

γ = 0.1
d = 0.1
ω = 1.4

u0 = [1.0; -1.0]
tspan = (0.0,50.0)

Δt = 1e-2
T = tspan:Δt:tspan[end]

prob = ODEProblem(duffing, u0, tspan)
sol = solve(prob, RK4(), adaptive = false, dt = Δt)

integrator = init(prob, RK4(), adaptive =false, dt = Δt, save_everystep=false)
t: 0.0 u: 2-element Array{Float64,1}: 1.0 -1.0

Plot solution

plot(sol, vars = (1))

## Tools for the ensemble Kalman filter

The ensemble Kalman filter known under the sobriquet EnKF is a Monte-Carlo view of the Kalman filter suited for large and nonlinear systems introduced by Evensen, et al.(1999)

Let us define the propagation function:

function (::PropagationFunction)(t::Float64, ENS::EnsembleState{N, TS}) where {N, TS}
for (i,s) in enumerate(ENS.S)

set_t!(integrator, deepcopy(t))
set_u!(integrator, deepcopy(s))
#         for j=1:10
step!(integrator)
#         end
ENS.S[i] = deepcopy(integrator.u)

end

return ENS
end
fprop = PropagationFunction()
PropagationFunction()

Define measurement function m

function (::MeasurementFunction)(t::Float64, s::TS) where TS
return [s]
end

The measurement matrix is defined by the following method :

function (::MeasurementFunction)(t::Float64)
return reshape([0.0, 1.0],(1,2))
end
m = MeasurementFunction()
MeasurementFunction()

Define real measurement function z

function (::RealMeasurementFunction)(t::Float64, ENS::EnsembleState{N, TZ}) where {N, TZ}
let s = sol(t)
fill!(ENS, [deepcopy(s)])
end
return ENS
end
z = RealMeasurementFunction()
RealMeasurementFunction()

Define covariance inflation

A = MultiAdditiveInflation(2, 1.05, MvNormal(zeros(2), 2.0*I))
# A = IdentityInflation()
MultiAdditiveInflation{2}(1.05, IsoNormal( dim: 2 μ: [0.0, 0.0] Σ: [4.0 0.0; 0.0 4.0] ) )

Define noise covariance

ϵ = AdditiveInflation(MvNormal(zeros(1), 1.0*I))
AdditiveInflation{1}(IsoNormal( dim: 1 μ: [0.0] Σ: [1.0] ) )

Define number of ensemble members, size of the measurement vector, and booleans isinflated, isfiltered and isaugmented

N = 50
NZ = 1
isinflated = false
isfiltered = false
isaugmented = false
false

Initialized our ensemble, the mean estimate of the initial condition is

x₀ = [0.5, -0.5]
ens = initialize(N, MvNormal(x₀, 2.0*I))
estimation_state = [deepcopy(ens.S)]

true_state = [deepcopy(x₀)]
covs = []
0-element Array{Any,1}

There is no filtering of the state variable therefore g = FilteringFunction(), i.e no action.

g = FilteringFunction()
FilteringFunction()

Define the ENKF wrapper:

enkf = ENKF(N, NZ, fprop, A, g, m, z, ϵ, isinflated, isfiltered, isaugmented)
ENKF{50,1}(PropagationFunction(), MultiAdditiveInflation{2}(1.05, IsoNormal( dim: 2 μ: [0.0, 0.0] Σ: [4.0 0.0; 0.0 4.0] ) ), FilteringFunction(), MeasurementFunction(), RealMeasurementFunction(), AdditiveInflation{1}(IsoNormal( dim: 1 μ: [0.0] Σ: [1.0] ) ), false, false, false)

### Ensemble Kalman filter estimation

Δt = 1e-2
Tsub = 0.0:Δt:50.0-Δt

for (n,t) in enumerate(Tsub)

global ens

t, ens, cov = enkf(t, Δt, ens)

push!(estimation_state, deepcopy(ens.S))
push!(covs, deepcopy(cov))

end

Plot state estimated from EnKF and true state .

s =  hcat(sol(T).u...)
ŝ =  hcat(mean.(estimation_state)...)

plt = plot(layout = (2, 1), legend = :bottomright)
plot!(plt, T, s[1,1:end], linewidth = 3, label = "truth")
plot!(plt, Tsub, ŝ[1,1:end-1], linewidth = 3, markersize = 2, label = "EnKF mean", xlabel = "t", ylabel = "x", linestyle =:dash)

plot!(plt, T, s[2,1:end], linewidth = 3, label = "truth")
plot!(plt, Tsub, ŝ[2,1:end-1], linewidth = 3, markersize = 2, label = "EnKF mean", xlabel = "t", ylabel = "y", linestyle =:dash)
plot(s[1,:], s[2,:], linewidth = 3, label = "truth", legend = true)
plot!(ŝ[1,1:end-1], ŝ[2,1:end-1], linewidth = 3, label = "EnKF mean", xlabel = "x",
ylabel = "y", linestyle = :dash, legend = false)#:bottomleft)

Plot diagonal components of the a posteriori covariance

plot(Tsub, map(covs) do P
P[1,1]+ eps() end, yscale = :log10, linewidth = 3, label ="sigma_{xx}")
plot!(Tsub, map(covs) do P
P[2,2]+ eps() end, yscale = :log10, linewidth = 3, xlabel = "t", label = "sigma_{yy}")