Source code for grid2op.Rules.BaseRules

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from abc import ABC, abstractmethod


[docs]class BaseRules(ABC): """ This class is a base class that determines whether or not an action is legal in certain environment. See the definition of :func:`BaseRules.__call__` for more information. Basically, this is an empty class with an overload of the __call__ operator that should return ``True`` or ``False`` depending on the legality of the action. In :class:`grid2op.Environment`, only action of the users are checked for legality. """
[docs] @abstractmethod def __call__(self, action, env): """ As opposed to "ambiguous action", "illegal action" are not illegal per se. They are legal or not on a certain environment. For example, disconnecting a powerline that has been cut off for maintenance is illegal. Saying to action to both disconnect a powerline and assign it to bus 2 on it's origin end is ambiguous, and not tolerated in Grid2Op. Parameters ---------- action: :class:`grid2op.Action.Action` The action of which the legality is tested. env: :class:`grid2op.Environment.Environment` The environment on which the action is performed. Returns ------- is_legal: ``bool`` Whether the action is legal or not reason: The cause of the illegal part of the action (should be a grid2op exception) """ pass
[docs] def can_use_simulate(self, nb_simulate_call_step, nb_simulate_call_episode, param): """ This function can be overriden. It is expected to return either SimulateUsedTooMuchThisStep or SimulateUsedTooMuchThisEpisode if the number of calls to `obs.simulate` is too high in total or for the given step """ return None