The streams package
Various Haskell 2010 stream comonads.
* Data.Stream.Future provides a coinductive anti-causal stream, or non-empty
ZipList. The comonad provides access to only the
tail of the stream. Like a conventional
ZipList, this is not a monad.
data Future a = Last a | a :< Future a
Data.Stream.Future.Skew provides a non-empty skew-binary random-access-list with the semantics of
Data.Stream.Future. As with Data.Stream.Future this stream is not a
Monad, since the
Applicativeinstance zips streams of potentially differing lengths. The random-access-list structure provides a number of operations logarithmic access time, but makes
Data.Stream.Future.Skew.consless productive. Where applicable Data.Stream.Infinite.Skew may be more efficient, due to a lazier and more efficient
Data.Stream.Infinite provides a coinductive infinite anti-causal stream. The
Comonadprovides access to the tail of the stream and the
Applicativezips streams together. Unlike
Future, infinite stream form a
Monad. The monad diagonalizes the
Stream, which is consistent with the behavior of the
Applicative, and the view of a
Streamas a isomorphic to the reader monad from the natural numbers. Being infinite in length, there is no
Alternativeinstance, but instead the
FunctorAltinstance provides access to the
Semigroupof interleaving streams.
data Stream a = a :< Stream a
Data.Stream.Infinite.Skew provides an infinite skew-binary random-access-list with the semantics of Data.Stream.Infinite Since every stream is infinite, the
Applicativeinstance can be considerably less strict than the corresponding instance for Data.Stream.Future.Skew and performs asymptotically better.
Data.Stream.Infinite.Functional.Zipper provides a bi-infinite sequence, represented as a pure function with an accumulating parameter added to optimize moving the current focus.
data Zipper a = !Integer :~ (Integer -> a)
Data.Stream.Supply provides a comonadic supply of unique values, which are generated impurely as the tree is explored.
Changes since 0.6.3:
Changes since 0.5.1:
Removed a redundant UNPACK pragma
Changes since 0.5:
Changes since 0.1:
A number of strictness issues with
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|Dependencies||base (==4.*), comonad (>=1.1.1 && <1.2), distributive (==0.2.*), semigroupoids (>=1.2.4 && <1.3), semigroups (>=0.7.1 && <0.8) [details]|
|Copyright||Copyright 2011 Edward Kmett Copyright 2010 Tony Morris, Oliver Taylor, Eelis van der Weegen Copyright 2007-2010 Wouter Swierstra, Bas van Dijk Copyright 2008 Iavor S. Diatchki|
|Author||Edward A. Kmett|
|Maintainer||Edward A. Kmett <email@example.com>|
|Source repository||head: git clone git://github.com/ekmett/streams.git|
|Uploaded||Thu Aug 4 20:21:43 UTC 2011 by EdwardKmett|
|Distributions||LTSHaskell:3.3, NixOS:3.3, Stackage:3.3, Tumbleweed:3.3|
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