[Haskell-cafe] Haskell performance in heavy numerical computations

Jeff Polakow jeff.polakow at db.com
Fri Jul 7 09:41:41 EDT 2006

> honest, the documentation for Arrows blows my mind.  I think a few 
> examples would go a long way.
John Hughes' original paper on arrows is full of examples. Additionally, 
Hughes wrote a tutorial on programming with arrows, for the 2004 AFP 
summer school in Tartu, which is very accessible. Both papers are 
available from Hughes' publication page. Also Ross Paterson wrote a piece 
called Arrows and Computation, available on the arrows homepage, which 
contains many illuminating examples.


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