[Haskell-cafe] An easy way to represent and modify graphs?
Takayuki Muranushi
muranushi at gmail.com
Wed Sep 19 16:19:09 CEST 2012
tl;dr: I would like to apply genetic algorithm to directed acyclic
graphs that represents arithmetic operations.
Thank you for hosts, speakers and all participants in ICFP2012. I had
chance to make a lot of questions (c.f. [prize.jpg]) and receive lots of
stimulating ideas.
I have been working on automated parallel code generation and
automated tuning for hydrodynamics
http://iopscience.iop.org/1749-4699/5/1/015003 ; one of my next target
is model acquisition in robotics:
http://creativemachines.cornell.edu/sites/default/files/moriguchi11.pdf
; both deal with computations represented in forms of directed acyclic
graphs c.f. [graph-1.png] [graph-2.png]. We would like to describe
them easily in Haskell, but also to mutate (add random changes) and
crossover (create a new graph by mixing other two graphs.) In my
previous work, I used Monad to generate graphs and used the Functional
Graph Library to explicitly modify the graphs. Now I have learned that
there are more elegant methods to describe the computations with
sharing. But are those method also enables easy editing of the graphs?
That's my question.
In [data-reify.hs] I tried Observed Sharing by Gill09. Apparently,
sharing is lost once we try to modify the graph.
$ runhaskell data-reify.hs
let [(1,GraphMul 2 2),(2,GraphAdd 3 3),(3,GraphMul 4 5),(5,GraphVar
"X"),(4,GraphVal 40)] in 1
let [(1,GraphMul 2 9),(9,GraphAdd 10 13),(13,GraphMul 14
15),(15,GraphVar "X"),...,(5,GraphVar "X"),(4,GraphVal 42)] in 1
In [GenericMain.hs] I tried PHOAS by Oliveria & Cook 2012.
$ runhaskell GenericMain.hs
Mu (
a => Fork "Add"(Fork "Sub"(b) (Empty)) (c)
b => Fork "Mul"(c) (c)
c => Fork "40"(Empty) (Empty)
d => Fork "X"(Empty) (Empty)
)
Mu (
a => Fork "Add"(Fork "Sub"(b) (Empty)) (c)
b => Fork "Mul"(c) (c)
c => Fork "42"(Empty) (Empty)
d => Fork "X"(Empty) (Empty)
)
This time, I can modify a node without loosing the sharing. How about
edges? Can you write operations such as "Choose one of the edges that
point to (c) and make it point to (d)" ?
Is there any good methods to describe and modify structures that has
sharing (if it helps, I don't need loops.)? Or, after all is the best way
explicit manipulation of the graph structure? Both information are
helpful to me.
Thanks in advance,
--
Takayuki MURANUSHI
The Hakubi Center for Advanced Research, Kyoto University
http://www.hakubi.kyoto-u.ac.jp/02_mem/h22/muranushi.html
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