[Haskell-cafe] Simple matrix
Bjorn Lisper
lisper at it.kth.se
Thu Jun 22 02:12:48 EDT 2006
I wrote:
>Here is one way to do it. First, you have to interpret operations on
>matrices as being elementwise applied. E.g, (*) is interpreted as zipWith
>(zipWith (*)) rather than matrix multiply, and similar for (+) etc. You then
>obtain a lazy semantics for the operations, where the extent of the
>resulting matrix is the intersection of the extents of the argument
>matrices. Second, you lift constants into infinite matrices containing the
>constant, that is: fromInteger n = repeat (repeat n). Now your examples will
>work as intended.
Ah, should of course be fromInteger n = repeat (repeat (fromInteger n)).
Björn Lisper
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