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Explaining Algebraic Theory with Functional Programs

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Explaining Algebraic Theory with Functional Programs
Abstract. A hierarchy of six important structures from abstract algebra (groups, rings, fields etc.) is introduced as Gofer class definitions and laws about them. Many instance declarations are provided, explaining the algebraic construction of integers, quotients, adding i, function spaces, polynomials, and matrices. The definitions include generalized implementations of polynomial division and matrix inversion. Monadic parsers are provided for all constructs discussed. As an application, a one-line program is given for calculating the eigenvalue equation of a matrix.
Jeroen Fokker
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Type Conference
Year 1995
Where FPLE
Authors Jeroen Fokker
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