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Is there an automatic approach to program optimization?
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The work that is closest to real is [FREX](https://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/~jdy22/papers/partially-static-data-as-free-extension-of-algebras.pdf) which has an [implementation in metaocaml](https://github.com/yallop/metaocaml-frex) and an [implementation in Haskell](https://github.com/yallop/haskell-frex). As far as I know [Ohad Kammar](http://denotational.co.uk/) is also working on an [Idris](https://www.idris-lang.org/) version.
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What are some alternatives?
group-theory - The theory of groups
csa - Connection-set algebra library
semilattices - join and meet semilattices, lower and upper bounds.
sparse-tensor - typesafe implementation of tensor algebra in Haskell
tropical-geometry - Haskell Library for Tropical Geometry
acts - Haskell library for semigroup actions and torsors
involutive-semigroups - Semigroups with involution.
interval-algebra - A Haskell implementation of Allen's interval algebra
multi-instance - Multiple typeclass instances, selected by explicit application of a phantom type parameter
ParsleyHaskell - Reimplementation of Parsley in Haskell, with improvements