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Shortcut Deforestation in Calculational Form

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Shortcut Deforestation in Calculational Form
In functional programming, intermediate data structures are often used to “glue’) together small programs. Deforestation is a program transformation to remove these intermediate data structures automatically. We present a simple algorithm for deforestation based on two fusion rules for hylomorphism, an expressive recursion pattern. A generic notation for hylomorphisms is introduced, where natural transformations are explicitly factored out, and it is used to represent programs. Our method successfully eliminates intermediate data structures of any algebraic type from a much larger class of compositional functional programs than previous techniques.
Akihiko Takano, Erik Meijer
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Type Conference
Year 1995
Where FPCA
Authors Akihiko Takano, Erik Meijer
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