By Richard Bird, Jeremy Gibbons (auth.), Johan Jeuring, Simon L. Peyton Jones (eds.)
This instructional ebook provides seven revised lectures given through prime researchers on the 4th foreign college on useful Programming, AFP 2002, in Oxford, united kingdom in August 2002.
The lectures provided introduce instruments, language positive aspects, domain-specific languages, challenge domain names, and programming tools. All lectures include workouts and functional assignments. The software program accompanying the lectures could be accessed from the AFP 2002 site. This e-book is designed to let participants, small teams of scholars, and academics to check fresh paintings within the speedily constructing zone of practical programming.
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Moreover, the function packP :: [:Bool :] → [:α:] → [:α:] drops all elements of an array that correspond to a False entry in the ﬂag vector. For example, we have packP [:False, True, False:] [1, 2, 3] = . Finally, the function combineP :: [:Bool :] → [:α:] → [:α:] → [:α:] combines two arrays based on a ﬂag vector. For example, we have combineP [:False, True, False:]  [1, 3] = [1, 2, 3] Based on these functions, we can lift case constructs as follows: L case e of v1 → e1 ; v2 → e2 vs = let = L e vs e lﬂags = getInlFlags e rﬂags = getInrFlags e e1 = (L e1 v1 :vs )[v1 / (packP lﬂags v1 )] e2 = (L e2 v2 :vs )[v2 / (packP rﬂags v2 )] in combineP lﬂags e1 e2 Here the notation e1 [x /e2 ] means to substitute all occurrences of x in e1 by e2 .
Org/onlinereport. 2. Standard Libraries for Haskell 98. org/onlinelibrary. 3. R. S. Bird. Introduction to Functional Programming using Haskell. International Series in Computer Science. Prentice Hall, 1998. 4. R. S. Bird and O. de Moor. Algebra of Programming. International Series in Computer Science. Prentice Hall, 1997. 5. R. M. Fano. Transmission of Information. MIT Press, Cambridge MA, and Wiley, NY, 1961. 6. J. Gibbons. Origami programming. In The Fun of Programming, J. Gibbons and O. de Moor, eds, Palgrave, 2003.
In the case of dense matrices, we did avoid using an array of arrays by choosing an array with a two-dimensional An Approach to Fast Arrays in Haskell 33 index domain. For sparse matrices, it is more diﬃcult to ﬁnd an eﬃcient representation. As depicted in Figure 5, the subarrays are of varying size; hence, a compact representation will need to include an indexing scheme that takes the irregular structure into account. To achieve this, we will discuss a method for separating the actual matrix elements from the structure of the sparse matrix in the next section.
Advanced Functional Programming: 4th International School, AFP 2002, Oxford, UK, August 19-24, 2002. Revised Lectures by Richard Bird, Jeremy Gibbons (auth.), Johan Jeuring, Simon L. Peyton Jones (eds.)