% Stragtegies for Constraint Functional-Logic Programs % Sebastian Fischer (sebf@informatik.uni-kiel.de) This module implements interfaces for strategies and strategy transformers. > {-# LANGUAGE > GeneralizedNewtypeDeriving, > FunctionalDependencies, > MultiParamTypeClasses, > OverlappingInstances, > IncoherentInstances, > FlexibleInstances, > FlexibleContexts, > TypeOperators, > TypeFamilies, > RankNTypes > #-} > > module CFLP.Control.Strategy ( > > Enumerable(..), Ctx, Res, Strategy(..), Transformer(..), StrategyT(..), > > Monadic(..), inside > > ) where > > import Control.Monad.State > > import CFLP.Control.Monad.Update Results of a non-deterministic computation can be enumerated if the strategy is an instance of the `Enumerable` class. > class Enumerable s > where > enumeration :: s a -> [a] A strategy provides an operation choose that is used for constructing non-deterministic choices. We provide the following type families used when defining strategies: * `Ctx s` specifies the evaluation context of a strategy. Strategy transformer can extend the evaluation context later. * `Res s` specifies the monad in which results are returned by normal-form computations. > type family Ctx (s :: * -> *) > type family Res (s :: * -> *) :: * -> * If we use the monad transformer `UpdateT` to add updateable state to a monad, then the base monad is used to return results when computing normal forms. > type instance Res (UpdateT c m) = m A strategy is parameterised by an evlauation context of type `c`. The type of this context may be different from `Ctx s` because a strategy can be transformed. The strategy operations need to be able to access the final evaluation context after applying all transformations that may extend the context. A value of type `s a` represents a CFLP computation that yields a value of type `a` where the strategy `s` is used for evaluation. > class Strategy c s where Strategies provide the following operations: > choose :: c -> Int -> [s a] -> s a is used to cconstruct non-deterministic choices of computations. We pass an evaluation context of type `c` and a unique label of type `Int` that identifies the constructed choice. > isNarrowed :: c -> Int -> s Bool specifies whether a choice identified by the given label of type `Int` is already narrowed w.r.t. the given evaluation context of type `c`. The result is returned as computation of type `s Bool` rather than only `Bool`, again, to support the type checker occasionally. A Default Instance ------------------ Usually, strategies are instances of `MonadPlus`. In fact we can wrap every instance of `MonadPlus` to make it an instance of `Strategy` for arbitrary evaluation contexts `c` (that are ignored). > newtype Monadic m a = Monadic { fromMonadic :: m a } > deriving (Monad, MonadPlus, Enumerable, MonadUpdate c) We use generalized newtype deriving to lift some type-class instances over the newtype constructor. The type instances for `Ctx` and `Res` are given as follows: > type instance Ctx (Monadic m) = () > type instance Res (Monadic s) = Monadic (Res s) Implementing the strategy operations with `MonadPlus` instances is straigh-forward. > instance MonadPlus m => Strategy c (Monadic m) where The operation > choose _ _ xs = foldr1 mplus (mzero:xs) uses `mplus` and `mzero` to construct the choice. Note that these are the automatically derived operations. > isNarrowed _ _ = return False always returns `False` because we ignore evaluation contexts here. As we cannot derive an instance for the class `Update` automatically (the newtype occurs twice in the instance head), we need to define the lifting manually. > instance Update s m m' => Update s (Monadic m) (Monadic m') > where > updateState x = StateT (Monadic . runStateT (updateState (fromMonadic x))) Transforming Evaluation Contexts and Strategies =============================================== Evaluation contexts can be extended by strategy transformers using context transformers that are an instance of the class `Transformer`. > class Transformer t where This class provides operations > project :: t a -> a to get the transformed value, and > replace :: t a -> a -> t a to replace the wrapped value with a different one. The operation > inside :: (Monad m, Transformer t) => (a -> m a) -> t a -> m (t a) > inside f t = liftM (replace t) (f (project t)) transforms the base value of a transformed value with a monadic update operation. Strategy Transformers --------------------- A strategy transformer is used to add functionality to strategies. Transformers are parameterised by an evaluation context just like strategies. If `t` is the type of a strategy transformer and `s` the type of a strategy, then a value of type `t s a` represents a computation that yields a value of type `a` using the strategy `s` transformed by `t`. > class StrategyT c t where Strategy transformers provide the following operations: > liftStrategy :: c -> s a -> t s a lifts a computation using the base strategy to one that uses the transformed strategy. The parameter of type `c` is only used to help the type checker. It must be safe to pass `undefined` here. > baseStrategy :: c -> t s a -> s a takes a computation that uses the transformed strategy and yields one that uses the base strategy. The first parameter is used to support type checking and must be ignored. > extendChoices :: (Monad s, MonadUpdate c s) > => c -> Int -> [t s a] -> [t s a] > extendChoices _ _ = id can be used to update the evaluation context of the alternatives of non-deterministic choices. We provide a default implementation for instances of `StrategyT` that do not want to alter choices. > alterNarrowed :: Monad s => c -> Int -> t s Bool -> t s Bool > alterNarrowed _ _ = id can be used to alter the predicate that determines whether the choice identified by the given label is narrowed w.r.t. the given context. The result of the original strategy is passed as an additional argument. We provide a default implementation for instances that do not want to alter this predicate. If we have a strategy transformer and a strategy that is an updateable monad, then the transformed strategy is again a strategy. > instance (Monad s, MonadUpdate c s, Strategy c s, StrategyT c t) > => Strategy c (t s) > where The operation `choose` extends the choices according to the transformer and calls the `choose` operation of the base strategy with the resulting choices. > choose c n = liftStrategy c > . choose c n > . map (baseStrategy c) > . extendChoices c n The predicate `isNarrowed` is altered according to the strategy transformer. > isNarrowed c n = alterNarrowed c n (liftStrategy c (isNarrowed c n)) Uniform Liftings ---------------- We can define instances for the type classes `MonadUpdate` and `Update` for strategies that are transformed with arbitrary strategy transformers. The instances simply use the lifting functions where appropriate and use type-constrained `const` functions where necessary. > instance (MonadUpdate c s, StrategyT c t) => MonadUpdate c (t s) > where > update upd = liftStrategy (undefined `forContextOf` upd) (update upd) > > forContextOf :: c -> (forall m . MonadPlus m => c -> m c) -> c > forContextOf = const > > instance (Update c s s', StrategyT c t) => Update c (t s) (t s') > where > updateState x > = let y = StateT (liftStrategy (undefined `forStateOf` y) . > runStateT (updateState > (baseStrategy (undefined `forStateOf` y) x))) > in y > > forStateOf :: c -> StateT c m a -> c > forStateOf = const