Safe Haskell | Safe |
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Language | Haskell98 |

Static and Dynamic Inductive Graphs

- type Node = Int
- type LNode a = (Node, a)
- type UNode = LNode ()
- type Edge = (Node, Node)
- type LEdge b = (Node, Node, b)
- type UEdge = LEdge ()
- type Adj b = [(b, Node)]
- type Context a b = (Adj b, Node, a, Adj b)
- type MContext a b = Maybe (Context a b)
- type Decomp g a b = (MContext a b, g a b)
- type GDecomp g a b = (Context a b, g a b)
- type UContext = ([Node], Node, [Node])
- type UDecomp g = (Maybe UContext, g)
- type Path = [Node]
- newtype LPath a = LP {}
- type UPath = [UNode]
- class Graph gr where
- class Graph gr => DynGraph gr where
- order :: Graph gr => gr a b -> Int
- size :: Graph gr => gr a b -> Int
- ufold :: Graph gr => (Context a b -> c -> c) -> c -> gr a b -> c
- gmap :: DynGraph gr => (Context a b -> Context c d) -> gr a b -> gr c d
- nmap :: DynGraph gr => (a -> c) -> gr a b -> gr c b
- emap :: DynGraph gr => (b -> c) -> gr a b -> gr a c
- nemap :: DynGraph gr => (a -> c) -> (b -> d) -> gr a b -> gr c d
- nodes :: Graph gr => gr a b -> [Node]
- edges :: Graph gr => gr a b -> [Edge]
- toEdge :: LEdge b -> Edge
- edgeLabel :: LEdge b -> b
- toLEdge :: Edge -> b -> LEdge b
- newNodes :: Graph gr => Int -> gr a b -> [Node]
- gelem :: Graph gr => Node -> gr a b -> Bool
- insNode :: DynGraph gr => LNode a -> gr a b -> gr a b
- insEdge :: DynGraph gr => LEdge b -> gr a b -> gr a b
- delNode :: Graph gr => Node -> gr a b -> gr a b
- delEdge :: DynGraph gr => Edge -> gr a b -> gr a b
- delLEdge :: (DynGraph gr, Eq b) => LEdge b -> gr a b -> gr a b
- delAllLEdge :: (DynGraph gr, Eq b) => LEdge b -> gr a b -> gr a b
- insNodes :: DynGraph gr => [LNode a] -> gr a b -> gr a b
- insEdges :: DynGraph gr => [LEdge b] -> gr a b -> gr a b
- delNodes :: Graph gr => [Node] -> gr a b -> gr a b
- delEdges :: DynGraph gr => [Edge] -> gr a b -> gr a b
- buildGr :: DynGraph gr => [Context a b] -> gr a b
- mkUGraph :: Graph gr => [Node] -> [Edge] -> gr () ()
- gfiltermap :: DynGraph gr => (Context a b -> MContext c d) -> gr a b -> gr c d
- nfilter :: DynGraph gr => (Node -> Bool) -> gr a b -> gr a b
- labnfilter :: Graph gr => (LNode a -> Bool) -> gr a b -> gr a b
- labfilter :: DynGraph gr => (a -> Bool) -> gr a b -> gr a b
- subgraph :: DynGraph gr => [Node] -> gr a b -> gr a b
- context :: Graph gr => gr a b -> Node -> Context a b
- lab :: Graph gr => gr a b -> Node -> Maybe a
- neighbors :: Graph gr => gr a b -> Node -> [Node]
- lneighbors :: Graph gr => gr a b -> Node -> Adj b
- suc :: Graph gr => gr a b -> Node -> [Node]
- pre :: Graph gr => gr a b -> Node -> [Node]
- lsuc :: Graph gr => gr a b -> Node -> [(Node, b)]
- lpre :: Graph gr => gr a b -> Node -> [(Node, b)]
- out :: Graph gr => gr a b -> Node -> [LEdge b]
- inn :: Graph gr => gr a b -> Node -> [LEdge b]
- outdeg :: Graph gr => gr a b -> Node -> Int
- indeg :: Graph gr => gr a b -> Node -> Int
- deg :: Graph gr => gr a b -> Node -> Int
- hasEdge :: Graph gr => gr a b -> Edge -> Bool
- hasNeighbor :: Graph gr => gr a b -> Node -> Node -> Bool
- hasLEdge :: (Graph gr, Eq b) => gr a b -> LEdge b -> Bool
- hasNeighborAdj :: (Graph gr, Eq b) => gr a b -> Node -> (b, Node) -> Bool
- equal :: (Eq a, Eq b, Graph gr) => gr a b -> gr a b -> Bool
- node' :: Context a b -> Node
- lab' :: Context a b -> a
- labNode' :: Context a b -> LNode a
- neighbors' :: Context a b -> [Node]
- lneighbors' :: Context a b -> Adj b
- suc' :: Context a b -> [Node]
- pre' :: Context a b -> [Node]
- lpre' :: Context a b -> [(Node, b)]
- lsuc' :: Context a b -> [(Node, b)]
- out' :: Context a b -> [LEdge b]
- inn' :: Context a b -> [LEdge b]
- outdeg' :: Context a b -> Int
- indeg' :: Context a b -> Int
- deg' :: Context a b -> Int
- prettify :: (DynGraph gr, Show a, Show b) => gr a b -> String
- prettyPrint :: (DynGraph gr, Show a, Show b) => gr a b -> IO ()
- newtype OrdGr gr a b = OrdGr {
- unOrdGr :: gr a b

# General Type Defintions

## Node and Edge Types

## Types Supporting Inductive Graph View

Labeled path

# Graph Type Classes

We define two graph classes:

Graph: static, decomposable graphs. Static means that a graph itself cannot be changed

DynGraph: dynamic, extensible graphs. Dynamic graphs inherit all operations from static graphs but also offer operations to extend and change graphs.

Each class contains in addition to its essential operations those derived operations that might be overwritten by a more efficient implementation in an instance definition.

Note that labNodes is essentially needed because the default definition for matchAny is based on it: we need some node from the graph to define matchAny in terms of match. Alternatively, we could have made matchAny essential and have labNodes defined in terms of ufold and matchAny. However, in general, labNodes seems to be (at least) as easy to define as matchAny. We have chosen labNodes instead of the function nodes since nodes can be easily derived from labNodes, but not vice versa.

An empty `Graph`

.

isEmpty :: gr a b -> Bool Source #

True if the given `Graph`

is empty.

match :: Node -> gr a b -> Decomp gr a b Source #

mkGraph :: [LNode a] -> [LEdge b] -> gr a b Source #

Create a `Graph`

from the list of `LNode`

s and `LEdge`

s.

For graphs that are also instances of `DynGraph`

, ```
mkGraph ns
es
```

should be equivalent to `(`

.`insEdges`

es . `insNodes`

ns)
`empty`

labNodes :: gr a b -> [LNode a] Source #

matchAny :: gr a b -> GDecomp gr a b Source #

noNodes :: gr a b -> Int Source #

# Operations

size :: Graph gr => gr a b -> Int Source #

The number of edges in the graph.

Note that this counts every edge found, so if you are representing an unordered graph by having each edge mirrored this will be incorrect.

If you created an unordered graph by either mirroring every edge
(including loops!) or using the `undir`

function in
Data.Graph.Inductive.Basic then you can safely halve the value
returned by this.

## Graph Folds and Maps

ufold :: Graph gr => (Context a b -> c -> c) -> c -> gr a b -> c Source #

Fold a function over the graph by recursively calling `match`

.

gmap :: DynGraph gr => (Context a b -> Context c d) -> gr a b -> gr c d Source #

Map a function over the graph by recursively calling `match`

.

nmap :: DynGraph gr => (a -> c) -> gr a b -> gr c b Source #

Map a function over the `Node`

labels in a graph.

emap :: DynGraph gr => (b -> c) -> gr a b -> gr a c Source #

Map a function over the `Edge`

labels in a graph.

## Graph Projection

## Graph Construction and Destruction

delAllLEdge :: (DynGraph gr, Eq b) => LEdge b -> gr a b -> gr a b Source #

Remove all edges equal to the one specified.

## Subgraphs

gfiltermap :: DynGraph gr => (Context a b -> MContext c d) -> gr a b -> gr c d Source #

Build a graph out of the contexts for which the predicate is
satisfied by recursively calling `match`

.

nfilter :: DynGraph gr => (Node -> Bool) -> gr a b -> gr a b Source #

Returns the subgraph only containing the nodes which satisfy the given predicate.

labnfilter :: Graph gr => (LNode a -> Bool) -> gr a b -> gr a b Source #

Returns the subgraph only containing the labelled nodes which satisfy the given predicate.

labfilter :: DynGraph gr => (a -> Bool) -> gr a b -> gr a b Source #

Returns the subgraph only containing the nodes whose labels satisfy the given predicate.

subgraph :: DynGraph gr => [Node] -> gr a b -> gr a b Source #

Returns the subgraph induced by the supplied nodes.

## Graph Inspection

lneighbors :: Graph gr => gr a b -> Node -> Adj b Source #

Find the labelled links coming into or going from a `Context`

.

hasEdge :: Graph gr => gr a b -> Edge -> Bool Source #

Checks if there is a directed edge between two nodes.

hasNeighbor :: Graph gr => gr a b -> Node -> Node -> Bool Source #

Checks if there is an undirected edge between two nodes.

hasLEdge :: (Graph gr, Eq b) => gr a b -> LEdge b -> Bool Source #

Checks if there is a labelled edge between two nodes.

hasNeighborAdj :: (Graph gr, Eq b) => gr a b -> Node -> (b, Node) -> Bool Source #

Checks if there is an undirected labelled edge between two nodes.

## Context Inspection

# Pretty-printing

prettify :: (DynGraph gr, Show a, Show b) => gr a b -> String Source #

Pretty-print the graph. Note that this loses a lot of information, such as edge inverses, etc.

prettyPrint :: (DynGraph gr, Show a, Show b) => gr a b -> IO () Source #

Pretty-print the graph to stdout.

# Ordering of Graphs

OrdGr comes equipped with an Ord instance, so that graphs can be used as e.g. Map keys.