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from builtins import range
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import abc
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from ..utilities import NiftyMeta
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from future.utils import with_metaclass
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class IterationController(with_metaclass(NiftyMeta, type('NewBase',
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                                         (object,), {}))):
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    """The abstract base class for all iteration controllers.
    An iteration controller is an object that monitors the progress of a
    minimization iteration. At the begin of the minimization, its start()
    method is called with the energy object at the initial position.
    Afterwards, its check() method is called during every iteration step with
    the energy object describing the current position.
    Based on that information, the iteration controller has to decide whether
    iteration needs to progress further (in this case it returns CONTINUE), or
    if sufficient convergence has been reached (in this case it returns
    CONVERGED), or if some error has been detected (then it returns ERROR).

    The concrete convergence criteria can be chosen by inheriting from this
    class; the implementer has full flexibility to use whichever criteria are
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    appropriate for a particular problem - as long as they can be computed from
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    the information passed to the controller during the iteration process.
    """
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    CONVERGED, CONTINUE, ERROR = list(range(3))
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    @abc.abstractmethod
    def start(self, energy):
        """
        Parameters
        ----------
        energy : Energy object
           Energy object at the start of the iteration

        Returns
        -------
        status : integer status, can be CONVERGED, CONTINUE or ERROR
        """
        raise NotImplementedError

    @abc.abstractmethod
    def check(self, energy):
        """
        Parameters
        ----------
        energy : Energy object
           Energy object at the start of the iteration

        Returns
        -------
        status : integer status, can be CONVERGED, CONTINUE or ERROR
        """
        raise NotImplementedError