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 data Series k a = Series {
 seriesLength :: Int#
 seriesVector :: !(Vector a)
 index :: Unbox a => Series k a > Int# > a
 length :: Series k a > Int#
 toVector :: Unbox a => Series k a > Vector a
 runSeries :: Unbox a => Vector a > (forall k. Series k a > b) > b
 runSeries2 :: (Unbox a, Unbox b) => Vector a > Vector b > (forall k. Series k a > Series k b > c) > Maybe c
 runSeries3 :: (Unbox a, Unbox b, Unbox c) => Vector a > Vector b > Vector c > (forall k. Series k a > Series k b > Series k c > d) > Maybe d
 runSeries4 :: (Unbox a, Unbox b, Unbox c, Unbox d) => Vector a > Vector b > Vector c > Vector d > (forall k. Series k a > Series k b > Series k c > Series k d > e) > Maybe e
Documentation
A Series
is an abstract source of element data and is consumed
by series processes. The elements of a series must be consumed
sequentially, so they don't support random access indexing.
The rate parameter k
represents the abstract length of the series.
Series  

toVector :: Unbox a => Series k a > Vector aSource
Convert a series to a vector, discarding the rate information.
Evaluate a series expression, feeding it an unboxed vector.
The rate variable k
represents the length of the series.
:: (Unbox a, Unbox b)  
=> Vector a  
> Vector b  
> (forall k. Series k a > Series k b > c)  worker function 
> Maybe c 
Evaluate a series expression, feeding it two unboxed vectors of the same length.