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This paper uses state transformers, which could have been cast as monads, but the arrow formulation greatly simplifies the calculations.
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This atrows to an straightforward semantics for Moggi’s computational lambda-calculus. They also deal with cocontextwhich subsumes ArrowChoice in the same way. Arrows may be seen as strict versions of these. An extension of the previous paper, additionally using static arrows.
Generalising monads to arrows
Combining Monads David J. Decribes the arrowized version of FRP. An overview of arrows from first principles, with a simplified account of a subset of the arrow notation. Showing of 11 references. Related theoretical work Here is an incomplete list of theoretical papers dealing with structures similar to arrows.
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The Kleisli construction on a strong monad is a special case. Introduces the arrow notation, but will make more sense if you read one of the other papers first. Topics Discussed in This Paper. They then propose a general model of computation: A tutorial introduction to Yampathe latest incarnation of FRP.
Where the arrow functors arr and lift preserve objects, Blute et al introduce mediating morphisms, with dozens of coherence conditions. A tutorial introduction to arrows and arrow notation. The paper introducing “arrows” — a friendly and comprehensive introduction. Citations Publications citing this paper. In [PT99] this case is called a Freyd-category. Also in Sigplan Notices. If the monoidal structure on C is given by products, this definition is equivalent to arrows.
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