jon at ffconsultancy.com
Wed Jun 20 15:07:52 EDT 2007
On Wednesday 20 June 2007 19:42:59 Andrew Coppin wrote:
> But what kind of thing would you use a general graph for?
Connectivity in networks, being anything from computers on the internet to
atoms in a molecule.
Most graphs are best represented as sum types (and abstract references, like
identifiers) in FPLs like Haskell though, rather than using a more general
representation. Abstract syntax trees in compilers and interpreters, and
scene graphs in computer graphics being two obvious examples.
Dr Jon D Harrop, Flying Frog Consultancy Ltd.
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