-- | Sized matrixes. -- -- Copyright: (c) 2009 University of Kansas -- License: BSD3 -- -- Maintainer: Andy Gill <andygill@ku.edu> -- Stability: unstable -- Portability: ghc {-# LANGUAGE TypeFamilies, RankNTypes, FlexibleInstances, UndecidableInstances, MultiParamTypeClasses #-} module Data.Sized.Matrix ( module Data.Sized.Matrix , module Data.Sized.Ix ) where import Data.Array as A hiding (indices,(!), ixmap, assocs) import qualified Data.Array as A import Prelude as P hiding (all) import Control.Applicative import qualified Data.Traversable as T import qualified Data.Foldable as F import qualified Data.List as L import Numeric import Data.Sized.Ix -- | A 'Matrix' is an array with the sized determined uniquely by the -- /type/ of the index type, 'ix'. data Matrix ix a = Matrix (Array ix a) deriving Eq -- | '!' looks up an element in the matrix. (!) :: (Size n) => Matrix n a -> n -> a (!) (Matrix xs) n = xs A.! n instance (Size i) => Functor (Matrix i) where fmap f (Matrix xs) = Matrix (fmap f xs) -- | 'toList' turns a matrix into an always finite list. toList :: (Size i) => Matrix i a -> [a] toList (Matrix a) = elems a -- | 'fromList' turns a finite list into a matrix. You often need to give the type of the result. fromList :: (Size i) => [a] -> Matrix i a fromList xs = check minBound maxBound where check low high | size low == L.length xs = Matrix $ listArray (low,high) xs | otherwise = error $ "bad length of fromList for Matrix, " ++ "expecting " ++ show (L.length (range (low,high))) ++ " elements" ++ ", found " ++ show (L.length xs) ++ " elements." -- | 'matrix' turns a finite list into a matrix. You often need to give the type of the result. matrix :: (Size i) => [a] -> Matrix i a matrix = fromList -- | 'indices' is a version of 'Data.Sized.Ix.all' that takes a type, for forcing the result type using the Matrix type. indices :: (Size i) => Matrix i a -> [i] indices _ = all -- | what is the length of a matrix? length :: (Size i) => Matrix i a -> Int length = size . zeroOf -- | 'assocs' extracts the index/value pairs. assocs :: (Size i) => Matrix i a -> [(i,a)] assocs (Matrix a) = A.assocs a (//) :: (Size i) => Matrix i e -> [(i, e)] -> Matrix i e (//) (Matrix arr) ixs = Matrix (arr A.// ixs) accum :: (Size i) => (e -> a -> e) -> Matrix i e -> [(i, a)] -> Matrix i e accum f (Matrix arr) ixs = Matrix (A.accum f arr ixs) -- | 'zeroOf' is for use to force typing issues, and is 0. zeroOf :: (Size i) => Matrix i a -> i zeroOf _ = minBound -- | 'coord' returns a matrix filled with indexes. coord :: (Size i) => Matrix i i coord = fromList all -- | Same as for lists. zipWith :: (Size i) => (a -> b -> c) -> Matrix i a -> Matrix i b -> Matrix i c zipWith f a b = forAll $ \ i -> f (a ! i) (b ! i) -- | 'forEach' takes a matrix, and calls a function for each element, to give a new matrix of the same size. forEach :: (Size i) => Matrix i a -> (i -> a -> b) -> Matrix i b forEach a f = Data.Sized.Matrix.zipWith f coord a -- | 'forAll' creates a matrix out of a mapping from the coordinates. forAll :: (Size i) => (i -> a) -> Matrix i a forAll f = fmap f coord instance (Size i) => Applicative (Matrix i) where pure a = fmap (const a) coord -- possible because we are a fixed size a <*> b = forAll $ \ i -> (a ! i) (b ! i) -- | 'mm' is the 2D matrix multiply. mm :: (Size m, Size n, Size m', Size n', n ~ m', Num a) => Matrix (m,n) a -> Matrix (m',n') a -> Matrix (m,n') a mm a b = forAll $ \ (i,j) -> sum [ a ! (i,r) * b ! (r,j) | r <- all ] -- | 'transpose' a 2D matrix. transpose :: (Size x, Size y) => Matrix (x,y) a -> Matrix (y,x) a transpose = ixmap $ \ (x,y) -> (y,x) -- | return the identity for a specific matrix size. identity :: (Size x, Num a) => Matrix (x,x) a identity = (\ (x,y) -> if x == y then 1 else 0) <$> coord -- | stack two matrixes 'above' each other. above :: (Size m, Size top, Size bottom, Size both , ADD top bottom ~ both , SUB both top ~ bottom , SUB both bottom ~ top ) => Matrix (top,m) a -> Matrix (bottom,m) a -> Matrix (both,m) a above m1 m2 = fromList (toList m1 ++ toList m2) -- | stack two matrixes 'beside' each other. beside :: (Size m, Size left, Size right, Size both , ADD left right ~ both , SUB both left ~ right , SUB both right ~ left ) => Matrix (m, left) a -> Matrix (m, right) a -> Matrix (m, both) a beside m1 m2 = transpose (transpose m1 `above` transpose m2) -- | look at a matrix through a lens to another matrix. ixmap :: (Size i, Size j) => (i -> j) -> Matrix j a -> Matrix i a ixmap f m = (\ i -> m ! f i) <$> coord -- | look at a matrix through a functor lens, to another matrix. ixfmap :: (Size i, Size j, Functor f) => (i -> f j) -> Matrix j a -> Matrix i (f a) ixfmap f m = (fmap (\ j -> m ! j) . f) <$> coord -- | grab /part/ of a matrix. cropAt :: (Index i ~ Index ix, Size i, Size ix) => Matrix ix a -> ix -> Matrix i a cropAt m corner = ixmap (\ i -> (addIndex corner (toIndex i))) m -- | slice a 2D matrix into rows. rows :: (Bounded n, Size n, Bounded m, Size m) => Matrix (m,n) a -> Matrix m (Matrix n a) rows a = (\ m -> matrix [ a ! (m,n) | n <- all ]) <$> coord -- | slice a 2D matrix into columns. columns :: (Bounded n, Size n, Bounded m, Size m) => Matrix (m,n) a -> Matrix n (Matrix m a) columns = rows . transpose -- | join a matrix of matrixes into a single matrix. joinRows :: (Bounded n, Size n, Bounded m, Size m) => Matrix m (Matrix n a) -> Matrix (m,n) a joinRows a = (\ (m,n) -> (a ! m) ! n) <$> coord -- | join a matrix of matrixes into a single matrix. joinColumns :: (Bounded n, Size n, Bounded m, Size m) => Matrix n (Matrix m a) -> Matrix (m,n) a joinColumns a = (\ (m,n) -> (a ! n) ! m) <$> coord -- | generate a 2D single row from a 1D matrix. unitRow :: (Size m, Bounded m) => Matrix m a -> Matrix (X1, m) a unitRow = ixmap snd -- | generate a 1D matrix from a 2D matrix. unRow :: (Size m, Bounded m) => Matrix (X1, m) a -> Matrix m a unRow = ixmap (\ n -> (0,n)) -- | generate a 2D single column from a 1D matrix. unitColumn :: (Size m, Bounded m) => Matrix m a -> Matrix (m, X1) a unitColumn = ixmap fst -- | generate a 1D matrix from a 2D matrix. unColumn :: (Size m, Bounded m) => Matrix (m, X1) a -> Matrix m a unColumn = ixmap (\ n -> (n,0)) -- | very general; required that m and n have the same number of elements, rebundle please. squash :: (Size n, Size m) => Matrix m a -> Matrix n a squash = fromList . toList instance (Size ix) => T.Traversable (Matrix ix) where traverse f a = matrix <$> (T.traverse f $ toList a) instance (Size ix) => F.Foldable (Matrix ix) where foldMap f m = F.foldMap f (toList m) -- | 'showMatrix' displays a 2D matrix, and is the worker for 'show'. -- -- > GHCi> matrix [1..42] :: Matrix (X7,X6) Int -- > [ 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, -- > 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, -- > 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, -- > 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, -- > 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, -- > 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, -- > 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42 ] -- > showMatrix :: (Size n, Size m) => Matrix (m, n) String -> String showMatrix m = joinLines $ map showRow m_rows where m' = forEach m $ \ (x,y) a -> (x == maxBound && y == maxBound,a) joinLines = unlines . L.zipWith (++) ("[":repeat " ") showRow r = concat (toList $ Data.Sized.Matrix.zipWith showEle r m_cols_size) showEle (f,str) s = take (s - L.length str) (cycle " ") ++ " " ++ str ++ (if f then " ]" else ",") m_cols = columns m m_rows = toList $ rows m' m_cols_size = fmap (maximum . map L.length . toList) m_cols instance (Show a, Size ix,Size (Row ix), Size (Column ix)) => Show (Matrix ix a) where show = showMatrix . fmap show . ixmap seeIn2D -- | 'S' is shown as the contents, without the quotes. -- One use is a matrix of S, so that you can do show-style functions -- using fmap. newtype S = S String instance Show S where show (S s) = s showAs :: (RealFloat a) => Int -> a -> S showAs i a = S $ showEFloat (Just i) a ""