ethan at stoneleaf.us
Fri Mar 23 22:12:51 CET 2012
> On 3/23/2012 17:33, Nathan Rice wrote:
>> Given the examples you pose here, it is clear that you are assuming
>> that the streams are synchronized in discrete time. Since you do not
>> provide any mechanism for temporal alignment of streams you are also
>> assuming every stream will have an element at every time point, the
>> streams start at the same time and are of the same length. Is this
>> what you want?
> Yes. I thought that streams as an alternative to functional programming
> were widely known.
Don't know about widely, but I can say I am unfamiliar with the way you
are using them.
>> This implies that your transformations again produce flows. You
>> should explicitly state this.
> Isn't that obvious? BTW, those are not rigorous definitions. I thought I
> was talking to people who regularly works with streams.
Why would you think that? This list is composed of all types that use
Python. I've seen occasional discussion of functional programming, but
I've only seen anything this confusing maybe twice before... granted, I
don't read *everything*, but I do read quite a bit -- especially the
stuff that looks like it might be interesting... like "stream
programming", for example. ;)
After the discussion I've seen so far, I still have no idea how I would
use your code or what it's good for.
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