Source code for grid2op.Agent.randomAgent

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from grid2op.Converter import IdToAct
from grid2op.Agent.agentWithConverter import AgentWithConverter

[docs]class RandomAgent(AgentWithConverter): """ This agent acts randomly on the powergrid. It uses the :class:`grid2op.Converters.IdToAct` to compute all the possible actions available for the environment. And then chooses a random one among all these. Notes ------ Actions are taken uniformly at random among unary actions. For example, if a game rules allows to take actions that can disconnect a powerline AND modify the topology of a substation an action that do both will not be sampled by this class. This agent is not equivalent to calling `env.action_space.sample()` because the sampling is not done the same manner. This agent sample uniformly among all unary actions whereas `env.action_space.sample()` (see :func:`grid2op.Action.SerializableActionSpace.sample` for more information about the later). """ def __init__( self, action_space, action_space_converter=IdToAct, **kwargs_converter ): AgentWithConverter.__init__( self, action_space, action_space_converter, **kwargs_converter )
[docs] def my_act(self, transformed_observation, reward, done=False): """ A random agent will "simply" draw a random number between 0 and the number of action, and return this action. This is equivalent to draw uniformly at random a feasible action. Notes ----- In order to be working as intended, it is crucial that this method does not rely on any other source of "pseudo randomness" than :attr:`grid2op.Space.RandomObject.space_prng`. In particular, you must avoid to use `np.random.XXXX` or the `random` python module. You can replace any call to `np.random.XXX` by `self.space_prng.XXX` (**eg** `np.random.randint(1,5)` can be replaced by `self.space_prng.randint(1,5)`). If you really need other sources of randomness (for example if you use tensorflow or torch) we strongly recommend you to overload the :func:`BaseAgent.seed` accordingly. """ my_int = self.space_prng.randint(self.action_space.n) return my_int