rhine-0.6.0: Functional Reactive Programming with type-level clocks

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Asynchronous signal networks are combinations of clocked signal functions (ClSFs) and matching ResamplingBuffers, all satisfying the appropriate clock type constraints.

This module defines the SN type, combinators are found in a submodule.



data SN m cl a b where Source #

An SN is a side-effectful asynchronous signal network, where input, data processing (including side effects) and output need not happen at the same time.

The type parameters are:

  • m: The monad in which side effects take place.
  • cl: The clock of the whole signal network. It may be sequentially or parallely composed from other clocks.
  • a: The input type. Input arrives at the rate In cl.
  • b: The output type. Output arrives at the rate Out cl.


Synchronous :: (cl ~ In cl, cl ~ Out cl) => ClSF m cl a b -> SN m cl a b

A synchronous monadic stream function is the basic building block. For such an SN, data enters and leaves the system at the same rate as it is processed.

Sequential :: (Clock m clab, Clock m clcd, Time clab ~ Time clcd, Time clab ~ Time (Out clab), Time clcd ~ Time (In clcd)) => SN m clab a b -> ResamplingBuffer m (Out clab) (In clcd) b c -> SN m clcd c d -> SN m (SequentialClock m clab clcd) a d

Two SNs may be sequentially composed if there is a matching ResamplingBuffer between them.

Parallel :: (Clock m cl1, Clock m cl2, Time cl1 ~ Time (Out cl1), Time cl2 ~ Time (Out cl2), Time cl1 ~ Time cl2, Time cl1 ~ Time (In cl1), Time cl2 ~ Time (In cl2)) => SN m cl1 a b -> SN m cl2 a b -> SN m (ParallelClock m cl1 cl2) a b

Two SNs with the same input and output data may be parallely composed.