tmorris at tmorris.net
Sun Feb 25 16:54:56 EST 2007
I have a backtracking algorithm that I need to memoise with. Rather than
go into the intricacies of the algorithm, I figure (and hope) the
factorial function is trivial enough to point out my problem.
Simply, suppose I wish to calculate the factorial of 10, then "later"
the factorial of 5. I have already calculated the factorial of 5, but
now I must do it again. I have thought of various ways of preventing
this; perhaps passing an Array in a state monad. I'm wondering if there
is a general solution for this kind of problem.
Thanks for any tips.
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