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The decomposition of robotics software into a collection of loosely coupled processes has become a core design principle of virtually every large robotics software engineering effort over the past decade. Recently, the ROS software platform from Willow Garage has gained significant traction due to its adoption of sound design principles and significant software library contributions from Willow Garage itself. This paper describes a binding from the Haskell programming language to basic ROSdoi:10.1109/iros.2011.6095033 dblp:conf/iros/CowleyT11 fatcat:7m7wdxdlh5g5vir2qrexxviice