module RSAGL.Auxiliary.Auxiliary (doubles, loopedRSdoubles, consecutives, loopedConsecutives, dropRandomElements, loopList, shiftR, zeroToOne, constrain, debugTime, waitParList) where import Data.Array import System.Random import System.CPUTime import Control.Parallel import Control.Parallel.Strategies import Debug.Trace import RSAGL.Types -- doubles transforms a list to a list of adjacent elements. -- doubles [1,2,3,4,5] = [(1,2),(2,3),(3,4),(4,5)] doubles :: [a] -> [(a,a)] doubles [] = [] doubles [_] = [] doubles (x:y:zs) = (x,y) : doubles (y:zs) -- loopedRSdoubles transforms a list to a list of adjacent elements, looping back to the beginning of the list. -- loopedRSdoubles [1,2,3,4,5] = [(1,2),(2,3),(3,4),(4,5),(5,1)] loopedRSdoubles :: [a] -> [(a,a)] loopedRSdoubles as = loopedRSdoubles_ (head as) as where loopedRSdoubles_ _ [] = [] loopedRSdoubles_ a [x] = [(x,a)] loopedRSdoubles_ a (x:y:zs) = (x,y) : loopedRSdoubles_ a (y:zs) -- consecutives answers a list containing every sequence of n consecutive -- elements in the parameter. --consecutives 3 [1,2,3,4] = [[1,2,3],[2,3,4]] consecutives :: Int -> [a] -> [[a]] consecutives n xs = let taken = take n xs in if (length taken == n) then (taken : (consecutives n $ tail xs)) else [] -- loopedConsecutives answers a list containing every sequence of n consecutive -- elements in the parameter, looping back to the beginning of the list. -- consecutives 3 [1,2,3,4] = [[1,2,3],[2,3,4],[3,4,1],[4,1,2]] loopedConsecutives :: Int -> [a] -> [[a]] loopedConsecutives n xs = consecutives n $ take (n + length xs - 1) $ cycle xs -- dropRandomElements removes some elements of a list at random. The first parameter is the number of elements out of 100 that should be included (not dropped). -- The second is the random number generator, and the third is the list to be operated on. dropRandomElements :: Int -> StdGen -> [a] -> [a] dropRandomElements percent _ _ | percent > 100 = error "dropRandomElements: percent > 100" dropRandomElements percent _ _ | percent < 0 = error "dropRandomElements: percent < 100" dropRandomElements _ _ [] = [] dropRandomElements percent rand_ints things = let (next_int,next_gen) = next rand_ints rest = dropRandomElements percent next_gen (tail things) in if (next_int `mod` 100 < percent) then ((head things) : rest) else rest -- loopList appends the first element of a list to the end of the list. The result is a list of one greater length. -- shiftR shifts every element of a list to the right, recyling the last element as the first. The result is a list of the same length. loopList :: [a] -> [a] loopList ps = ps ++ [head ps] shiftR :: [a] -> [a] shiftR ps = last ps : init ps -- zeroToOne creates a list of numbers from 0.0 to 1.0, using n steps. zeroToOne :: Integer -> [RSdouble] zeroToOne n | n > 100000 = trace ("Warning: zeroToOne was asked for " ++ show n ++ " subdivisions, which seems high. Using 100,000 instead.") zeroToOne 100000 zeroToOne n | n <= 1000 = ztos ! n zeroToOne n = zeroToOnePrim n zeroToOnePrim :: Integer -> [RSdouble] zeroToOnePrim n = map (*x) [0..(fromInteger $ n-1)] where x = recip (fromInteger $ n - 1) ztos :: Array Integer [RSdouble] ztos = listArray (0,1000) $ map (zeroToOnePrim) [0 .. 1000] -- constrain restricts the effective domain of a function. Outside of the restricted domain, the function is id constrain :: (a -> Bool) -> (a -> a) -> a -> a constrain f g x = if f x then g x else x -- debugTime prints a statement indicating how long an IO action takes to complete debugTime :: String -> IO a -> IO a debugTime msg io_action = do print $ "debugTime: starting " ++ msg start_time <- getCPUTime result <- io_action end_time <- getCPUTime print $ "debugTime: done with " ++ msg ++ " " ++ show (end_time - start_time) return result -- as parList, but waits until the list is fully evaluated. waitParList :: Strategy a -> Strategy [a] waitParList s a = parList s a `pseq` seqList s a