- class jax.custom_vjp(fun, nondiff_argnums=())#
Set up a JAX-transformable function for a custom VJP rule definition.
This class is meant to be used as a function decorator. Instances are callables that behave similarly to the underlying function to which the decorator was applied, except when a reverse-mode differentiation transformation (like
jax.grad()) is applied, in which case a custom user-supplied VJP rule function is used instead of tracing into and performing automatic differentiation of the underlying function’s implementation. There is a single instance method,
defvjp(), which may be used to define the custom VJP rule.
This decorator precludes the use of forward-mode automatic differentiation.
@jax.custom_vjp def f(x, y): return jnp.sin(x) * y def f_fwd(x, y): return f(x, y), (jnp.cos(x), jnp.sin(x), y) def f_bwd(res, g): cos_x, sin_x, y = res return (cos_x * g * y, sin_x * g) f.defvjp(f_fwd, f_bwd)
For a more detailed introduction, see the tutorial.
- __init__(fun, nondiff_argnums=())#
- param fun:
defvjp(fwd, bwd[, symbolic_zeros])
Define a custom VJP rule for the function represented by this instance.