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Lesson 05 Analyzing Structures

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Lesson 05 Analyzing Structures

  1. 1. Analyzing Structures<br />CS 5010 Program Design Paradigms “Bootcamp”<br />Week 03, Lesson 3<br />TexPoint fonts used in EMF. <br />Read the TexPoint manual before you delete this box.: AAA<br />1<br />
  2. 2. Template for recursive/mixed data<br />;; A Foo is one of<br />;; -- (make-foo1 Number FooFoo)<br />;; -- (make-foo2 Foo Boolean)<br />;; -- (make-foo3 Number Boolean)<br />(define-struct foo1 (field1 field2 field3))<br />(define-struct foo2 (field1 field2))<br />(define-struct foo3 (field1 field2))<br />(define (foo-fn f)<br /> (cond<br /> [(foo1? f) (... (foo1-field1 f)<br /> (foo-fn (foo1-field2 f))<br /> (foo-fn (foo1-field3 f)))]<br /> [(foo2? f) (... (foo-fn (foo2-field1 f))<br /> (foo2-field2 f))]<br /> [else (... (foo3-field1 f)<br /> (foo3-field2 f))]))<br />
  3. 3. Which variant do we have?<br />In this case, it's easy– we have predicates<br />Sometimes not so easy<br />for SoS, we had to distinguish between strings and non-strings.<br />Before, we had adam? and eve?<br />Today's topic: How to design predicates<br />
  4. 4. An Example Problem<br />We are given a list of bird observations.<br />Each observation consists of 3 parts:<br /> beak, wings, belly<br />We have a table for converting an observation to a species:<br />
  5. 5. Determining the species<br />
  6. 6. Example Problem: Goal<br />Given a list of observations, we are to produce a list of species.<br />
  7. 7. Simple-Minded Solution: Truth Tables<br />;; observation2species : Observation -> Species<br />;; given an observation, determine the species<br />;; examples/tests: below<br />;; strategy: decision tree (truth table)<br />(define (observation2species obs)<br /> (cond<br /> [(or ;; star-bellied sneetches:<br /> (and (yellow? (observation-beak obs))<br /> (red? (observation-wings obs))<br /> (star? (observation-belly obs)))<br /> (and (black? (observation-beak obs))<br /> (red? (observation-wings obs))<br /> (star? (observation-belly obs)))<br /> (and (black? (observation-beak obs))<br /> (blue? (observation-wings obs))<br /> (star? (observation-belly obs))))<br /> "Star-Bellied Sneetch"]<br /> [(or ;; plain-bellied sneetches:<br /> (and (yellow? (observation-beak obs))<br /> (red? (observation-wings obs))<br /> (plain? (observation-belly obs)))<br /> (and (black? (observation-beak obs))<br /> (red? (observation-wings obs))<br /> (plain? (observation-belly obs))) <br /> (and (black? (observation-beak obs))<br /> (blue? (observation-wings obs))<br /> (plain? (observation-belly obs))))<br /> "Plain-Bellied Sneetch"]<br /> [else "Yellow-Bellied Blackbird"]))<br />
  8. 8. A cleverer approach: a decision tree<br />beak<br />Yellow<br />Black<br />wings<br />Blue<br />Red<br />Yellow-Bellied<br />belly<br />Plain<br />Star<br />Plain-Bellied<br />Star-Bellied<br />
  9. 9. Code using Decision Tree<br />;; observation2species : Observation -> Species<br />;; strategy: decision tree<br />(define (observation2species obs)<br /> (if (yellow? (observation-beak obs))<br /> (if (black? (observation-wings obs))<br /> "Yellow-Bellied Blackbird"<br /> (not-ybb-to-species obs))<br /> (not-ybb-to-species obs))) <br />;; not-ybb-to-species : Observation -> Species<br />;; Given an observation THAT IS KNOWN NOT TO BE A YBB<br />;; determine which species of sneetch it is.<br />(define (not-ybb-to-species obs)<br /> (if (plain? (observation-belly obs))<br /> "Plain-Bellied-Sneetch"<br /> "Star-Bellied-Sneetch"))<br />A side-condition like this is called an INVARIANT<br />
  10. 10. Decision Trees vs. Truth Tables<br />Truth table code is boring, but reliable<br />Decision Tree: may take effort to get right!<br />Testing is vital!<br />Decision Tree: shorter<br />Have to figure out order of tests<br />Decision Tree: sometimes necessary<br />what if you couldn't see the blackbird's belly?<br />this happens often in practice.<br />
  11. 11. Summary<br />Use wishlist functions to discriminate between cases.<br />Use truth tables or decision trees to figure out what's what.<br />Test, test, test!<br />

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