A Haskell implementation of setoid - a set equipped with an equivalence relation. Setoid is a useful data structure in cases where equivalence is chosen not to be equality. One can use it to influence the memberships of the elements more strictly, as opposed to sets, and run computations on unions when conflicts between elements are found.
For more in-depth explanations and examples, please have a look at the documentation on hackage.
- Pavlo Kerestey
- Simon Zelazny
- Irek Jozwiak - Author of the predecessor implementation of sets wich stricter guarantees and the idea of Setoid in Haskell.
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Revision history for setoid
0.1.0.0 -- 2017-01-17
- Initial extract of Setoid into a standalone library