Yampa is a domain-specific embedded language for the programming of hybrid (discrete and continuous time) systems using the concepts of Functional Reactive Programming (FRP). Yampa is structured using Arrows, which greatly reduce the chance of introducing space- and time-leaks into reactive, time-varying systems. Yampa was originally developed by the Yale Haskell Group based on the original idea of Conal Elliott’s Fran.
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- Liu, Hai; Cheng, Eric; Hudak, Paul: Causal commutative arrows and their optimization (2009)
- Rompf, Tiark; Maier, Ingo; Odersky, Martin: Implementing first-class polymorphic delimited continuations by a type-directed selective CPS-transform (2009)
- Sculthorpe, Neil; Nilsson, Henrik: Safe functional reactive programming through dependent types (2009)
- Giorgidze, George; Nilsson, Henrik: Switched-on yampa (2008)
- Nilsson, Henrik: Dynamic optimization for functional reactive programming using generalized algebraic data types (2005)
- Nilsson, Henrik: Functional automatic differentiation with Dirac impulses (2003)