{-# OPTIONS -fglasgow-exts #-} {- | Copyright : (c) Henning Thielemann 2008 License : GPL Maintainer : synthesizer@henning-thielemann.de Stability : provisional Portability : requires multi-parameter type classes and local universal quantification Light-weight sample parameter inference which will fit most needs. We only do \"poor man's inference\", only for sample rates. The sample rate will be provided as an argument of a special type 'T'. This argument will almost never be passed explicitly but should be handled by operators analogous to '($)' and '(.)'. In contrast to the run-time inference approach, we have the static guarantee that the sample rate is fixed before passing a signal to the outside world. However we still need to make it safe that signals that are rendered for one sample rate are not processed with another sample rate. -} module Synthesizer.Dimensional.Process ( T(..), run, {-share,-} withParam, getSampleRate, toTimeScalar, toFrequencyScalar, toTimeDimension, toFrequencyDimension, loop, pure, ($:), ($::), ($^), ($#), (.:), (.^), liftP, liftP2, liftP3, liftP4, ) where import qualified Synthesizer.Dimensional.Rate as Rate import qualified Number.DimensionTerm as DN import qualified Algebra.DimensionTerm as Dim import Number.DimensionTerm ((*&), ) -- ((&*&), (&/&)) import qualified Algebra.Field as Field import qualified Algebra.Ring as Ring import Control.Monad.Fix (MonadFix(mfix), ) -- import Control.Monad.Reader () import Synthesizer.ApplicativeUtility import qualified Control.Applicative as App import Control.Applicative (Applicative) {- import NumericPrelude import PreludeBase as P -} {- | This wraps a function which computes a sample rate dependent result. Sample rate tells how many values per unit are stored for representation of a signal. The process is labeled with a type variable @s@ which is part the signals. This way we can ensure that signals are only used with the sample rate they are created for. -} newtype T s u t a = Cons {process :: Rate.T s u t -> a} instance Functor (T s u t) where fmap f (Cons g) = Cons (f . g) instance Applicative (T s u t) where pure = pure (<*>) = apply instance Monad (T s u t) where return = pure (>>=) = bind instance MonadFix (T s u t) where mfix = loop . withParam {-# INLINE pure #-} pure :: a -> T s u t a pure = Cons . const {-# INLINE apply #-} apply :: T s u t (a -> b) -> T s u t a -> T s u t b apply (Cons f) arg = Cons $ \sr -> f sr (process arg sr) {- | Get results from the Process monad. You can obtain only signals (or other values) that do not implicitly depend on the sample rate, that is value without the @s@ type parameter. -} {-# INLINE run #-} run :: (Dim.C u) => DN.T (Dim.Recip u) t -> (forall s. T s u t a) -> a run sampleRate f = process f (Rate.fromDimensionNumber sampleRate) {- {- | You can write @x >>= (\x0 -> Cut.zip $# x0 $# x0)@ or @share x (\x0 -> Cut.zip $: x0 $: x0)@. 'share' allows for more consistent usage of @($:)@. -} share :: T s u t a -> (T s u t a -> T s u t b) -> T s u t b share x y = y . return =<< x -} {-# INLINE bind #-} bind :: T s u t a -> (a -> T s u t b) -> T s u t b bind (Cons f) mg = Cons $ \ sr -> process (mg (f sr)) sr -- same as Inference.Reader.Process.injectParam {-# INLINE withParam #-} withParam :: (a -> T s u t b) -> T s u t (a -> b) withParam f = Cons (\sr a -> process (f a) sr) {-# INLINE getSampleRate #-} getSampleRate :: Dim.C u => T s u t (DN.T (Dim.Recip u) t) getSampleRate = Cons Rate.toDimensionNumber {-# INLINE toTimeScalar #-} toTimeScalar {- , (~*&) -} :: (Ring.C t, Dim.C u) => DN.T u t -> T s u t t toTimeScalar time = fmap (DN.mulToScalar time) getSampleRate {-# INLINE toFrequencyScalar #-} toFrequencyScalar {- , (~/&) -} :: (Field.C t, Dim.C u) => DN.T (Dim.Recip u) t -> T s u t t toFrequencyScalar freq = fmap (DN.divToScalar freq) getSampleRate {-# INLINE toTimeDimension #-} toTimeDimension :: (Field.C t, Dim.C u) => t -> T s u t (DN.T u t) toTimeDimension t = fmap (\sampleRate -> t *& DN.unrecip sampleRate) getSampleRate {-# INLINE toFrequencyDimension #-} toFrequencyDimension :: (Ring.C t, Dim.C u) => t -> T s u t (DN.T (Dim.Recip u) t) toFrequencyDimension f = fmap (\sampleRate -> f *& sampleRate) getSampleRate {- infixl 7 ~*&, ~/& (~*&) = toTimeScalar (~/&) = toFrequencyScalar -}