TITLE

Chapter 10: Comonadic functional attribute evaluation

AUTHOR(S)
Uustalu, Tarmo; Vene, Varmo
PUB. DATE
January 2007
SOURCE
Trends in Functional Programming Volume 6;2007, Vol. 6, p145
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
We have previously demonstrated that dataflow computation is comonadic. Here we argue that attribute evaluation has a lot in common with dataflow computation and admits a similar analysis. We claim that this yields a new, modular way to organize both attribute evaluation programs written directly in a functional language as well as attribute grammar processors. This is analogous to the monadic approach to effects. In particular, we advocate it as a technology of executable specification, not as one of efficient implementation.
ACCESSION #
26215081

 

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