Incremental: A library for incremental computations. A library for building self-adjusting computations, following the work of Umut Acar et. al.. Incremental gives you a way of building complex computations that can update efficiently in response to their inputs. Incremental can be useful in a number of applications, including: Building large calculations (of the kind you might build into a spreadsheet) that can react efficiently to changing data. Constructing views in GUI applications that can incorporate new data efficiently. Building online versions of existing combinatorial algorithms.

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  1. Mokhov, Andrey; Mitchell, Neil; Peyton Jones, Simon: Build systems à la carte: theory and practice (2020)