# New monads/MonadSplit

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> search g t i = (foldMSr g mzero i) >>= (\x -> guard (t x) >> return x) |
> search g t i = (foldMSr g mzero i) >>= (\x -> guard (t x) >> return x) |
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− | > test1 = search insertM (all (<4)) |
+ | test1 = search insertM (all (<4)) |

test1 [1..2] => [[1,2],[2,1]] |
test1 [1..2] => [[1,2],[2,1]] |
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test1 [1..4] => [] |
test1 [1..4] => [] |
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− | > test2 = search (\x xs -> insertM x xs `mplus` return xs) (all (<4)) |
+ | test2 = search (\x xs -> insertM x xs `mplus` return xs) (all (<4)) |

test2 [1..4] => [[1,2,3],[2,1,3],[2,3,1],[2,3],[1,3,2],[3,1,2],[3,2,1], |
test2 [1..4] => [[1,2,3],[2,1,3],[2,3,1],[2,3],[1,3,2],[3,1,2],[3,2,1], |

## Latest revision as of 23:15, 17 December 2006

> module Control.Monad.MonadSplit where > import Control.Monad > import qualified Data.Sequence as S MonadSplit, in a sense, represents the class of monads which have both "mplus" and a new decomposition operator: "msplit" such that l == (msplit l >>= \(x,xs) -> return x `mplus` xs) > class MonadPlus m => MonadSplit m where > msplit :: m a -> m (a, m a) > miszero :: m a -> Bool > instance MonadSplit [] where > msplit [] = mzero > msplit (x:xs) = return (x,xs) > miszero = null > instance MonadSplit Maybe where > msplit Nothing = mzero > msplit (Just x) = return (x, Nothing) > miszero Nothing = True > miszero (Just _) = False This class allows us to implement several functions which were previously implemented over lists only. > foldMSl :: (MonadSplit m) => (a -> b -> m a) -> a -> m b -> m a > foldMSl m i n | miszero n = return i > | otherwise = do > (x,xs) <- msplit n > i' <- m i x > foldMSl m i' xs > foldMSr :: (MonadSplit m) => (a -> b -> m b) -> b -> m a -> m b > foldMSr m i n | miszero n = return i > | otherwise = do > (x,xs) <- msplit n > i' <- foldMSr m i xs > m x i' > scanMSl :: (MonadSplit m) => (a -> b -> m a) -> a -> m b -> m (m a) > scanMSl m i n | miszero n = return (return i) > | otherwise = do > (x,xs) <- msplit n > i' <- m i x > return (return i) `mplus` scanMSl m i' xs > scanMSr :: (MonadSplit m) => (a -> b -> m b) -> b -> m a -> m (m b) > scanMSr m i n | miszero n = return (return i) > | otherwise = do > (x,xs) <- msplit n > i' <- scanMSr m i xs > (return . m x =<< i') `mplus` return i' > initsM :: (MonadSplit m) => m a -> m (m a) > initsM m | miszero m = return mzero > | otherwise = return mzero `mplus` do > (x,xs) <- msplit m > a <- initsM xs > return $ return x `mplus` a > tailsM :: (MonadSplit m) => m a -> m (m a) > tailsM m | miszero m = return mzero > | otherwise = msplit m >>= \(x,xs) -> return m `mplus` tailsM xs With cuts l = zip (inits l) (tails l), cutsM is the equivalent for MonadSplit. > cutsM :: (MonadSplit m) => m a -> m (m a, m a) > cutsM m | miszero m = return (mzero, mzero) > | otherwise = return (mzero, m) `mplus` do > (x,xs) <- msplit m > (a,b) <- cutsM xs > return $ (return x `mplus` a, b) > insertM :: (MonadSplit m) => a -> m a -> m (m a) > insertM i m = do > (a,b) <- cutsM m > return $ a `mplus` return i `mplus` b > permuteM :: (MonadSplit m) => m a -> m (m a) > permuteM m | miszero m = return mzero > | otherwise = do > (x,xs) <- msplit m > xs' <- permuteM xs > insertM x xs' As it happens, permuteM can be expressed with foldMSr. > permuteM2 :: (MonadSplit m) => m b -> m (m b) > permuteM2 m = foldMSr insertM mzero m permuteWithDel means to permute the list and all sublists. > permuteWithDelM m | miszero m = return mzero > | otherwise = do > (x,xs) <- msplit m > xs' <- permuteWithDelM xs > insertM x xs' `mplus` return xs' > permuteWithDelM2 m = foldMSr (\x xs -> insertM x xs `mplus` return xs) mzero m An example instance for another datatype. > instance MonadSplit S.Seq where > miszero = S.null > msplit s = case S.viewl s of > S.EmptyL -> return (undefined, > fail "msplit used on empty sequence") > x S.:< xs -> return (x, xs) A "generalized" searching function: g is "generator", a function which accepts the current search space, an element of input, and produces a new search space. t is "tester", a function which evaluates generated solutions and finally, i is "input". > search :: (MonadSplit s, MonadPlus p) => > (b -> p a -> s (p a)) -> (p a -> Bool) -> s b -> s (p a) > search g t i = (foldMSr g mzero i) >>= (\x -> guard (t x) >> return x) test1 = search insertM (all (<4)) test1 [1..2] => [[1,2],[2,1]] test1 [1..4] => [] test2 = search (\x xs -> insertM x xs `mplus` return xs) (all (<4)) test2 [1..4] => [[1,2,3],[2,1,3],[2,3,1],[2,3],[1,3,2],[3,1,2],[3,2,1], [3,2],[1,3],[3,1],[3],[1,2],[2,1],[2],[1],[]]