[Haskell-cafe] Steven S. Skiena of "The Algorithm Design Manual", Second Edition, 2008 has sent me a message that if there is a Haskell page of algorithms he will link to it.

Casey Hawthorne caseyh at istar.ca
Fri May 28 12:01:12 EDT 2010

I have both books.

The challenge is to get something linked from the The Stony Brook
Algorithm Repository (http://www.cs.sunysb.edu/~algorith/) to a
Haskell algorithms/data structures page to promote Haskell.

For those who would not pick up a book (nor web page) with Haskell or
functional in the title.

Even for those who would not pick up a book (nor web page) with
algorithms or data structures in the title.


That last group might be plants and plants should be studying botany,


On Fri, 28 May 2010 09:49:53 -0500, you wrote:

>On Fri, May 28, 2010 at 4:45 AM, Chris Eidhof <chris at eidhof.nl> wrote:
>> Nhe most important reference in literature might be Okasaki's Purely functional data structures:
>> @book{okasaki1999purely,
>> ?title={{Purely functional data structures}},
>> ?author={Okasaki, C.},
>> ?year={1999},
>> ?publisher={Cambridge Univ Pr}
>> }
>> -chris
>Although not exactly a "page" as requested, Okasaki's thesis is
>available online and there is an implementation in Haskell of his data
>Another book on functional algorithms, but using Haskell:
>  title={{Algorithms; A Functional Programming Approach}},
>  author={Rabhi, F. and Lapalme, G.},
>  year={1999},
>  publisher={Addison-Wesley Longman Publishing Co., Inc. Boston, MA, USA}
>A few other links:
>http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Haskell  -- see Haskell Performance
>Take care,


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