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RSignal.hs

{-# LANGUAGE ExistentialQuantification, MultiParamTypeClasses,
             FlexibleInstances, TupleSections #-}

module RSignal(Signal(..)) where


-- Alternative version tied to representations.

import Control.Applicative
import Control.Monad

import Data

data Signal l m r t =
  forall s. (Unfold l m r s) => Signal { 
    sigInit   :: r s, 
    sigUpdate :: r s -> m (r s, r t)
  }

class MRepr m r => Unfold l m r s where
  unfold :: r s -> (r s -> m (r s, r t)) -> m (r (l t))


-- Here, (Signal l m r) is Applicative only if r is applicative, which
-- it is not in the most general cases (e.g. phantom types).  Still it
-- is necessary to lift operations over Signals, so define generalized
-- versions.

pureS :: Unfold l m r a => m (r a) -> Signal l m r a
pureS v = Signal rvoid $ \_ -> liftM (rvoid,) v
  
mapS :: (r a -> m (r b)) -> Signal l m r a -> Signal l m r b
mapS f (Signal s u) = Signal s u' where
  u' s = do
    (s', a) <- u s
    b <- f a
    return $ (s', b)

-- Applicative needs a lot of boiler plate as it all needs to be
-- handled inside the representation, requiring a higher order
-- language.
-- appS :: Signal l m r (a -> b) -> Signal l m r a -> Signal l m r b
-- appS (Signal f0 f) (Signal a0 a) = Signal (pair (f0, a0)) b where
  
  


instance MRepr m r => Unfold l m r () where unfold = undefined





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