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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Software frequently converts data from one representation to another and vice versa. Naïvely specifying both conversion directions separately is error prone and introduces conceptual duplication. Instead, bidirectional programming techniques allow programs to be written which can be interpreted in both directions. However, these techniques often employ unfamiliar programming idioms via restricted, specialised combinator libraries. Instead, we introduce a framework for composing bidirectionaldoi:10.1007/978-3-030-17184-1_6 fatcat:4gbjdtm7srg45i33pchcvdmoty