[Haskell-cafe] How do you describe systems in general with Haskell?

MigMit miguelimo38 at yandex.ru
Sat Nov 5 19:50:45 CET 2011

Well, I usually use whatever comes handy, but I'm sure there are other approaches — like, for example, trying something almost unusable first.

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05.11.2011, в 21:17, Grigory Sarnitskiy <sargrigory at ya.ru> написал(а):

> If you are to describe a system, which consists of several subsystems, how do you approach the problem? What types, classes, functions whatever do you introduce?
> I guess it is a common problem, is there a general method? Just to describe, not to solve (though if the description implies the solution then it is wonderful).
> Obviously this is not just a haskell-specific problem, but I think there might be people who are aware of the best current solution (category theory?).
> For a dummy example, how would you describe the system from a fox, goose and bag of beans puzzle (wolf, goat and cabbage)?
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