Applications of Categories in Computer Science
Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society Symposium, Durham 1991
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- M. P. Fourman, University of Edinburgh
- P. T. Johnstone, University of Cambridge
- A. M. Pitts, University of Cambridge
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Applications of category theory and related topics of mathematics to computer science have been a growing area in recent years. This book contains selected papers on the subject from the London Mathematical Society Symposium held at the University of Durham in July 1991.Read more
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Table of Contents
Computational comonads and intensional semantics S. Brookes and S. Geva
Weakly distributed categories J. R. B. Cockett and R. A. G. Seely
Sequentiality and full abstraction P.-L. Curien
Remarks on algebraically compact categories P. J. Freyd
Dinaturality for free P. J. Freyd, E. P. Robinson and G. Rosolini
Simply typed and untyped l-calculus revisited B. Jacobs
Modelling reduction in confluent categories C. B. Jay
On clubs and data-type constructors G. M. Kelly
Penrose diagrams and 2-dimensional rewriting Y. Lafont
Strong monads, algebras and fixed points P. S. Mulry
Semantics of local variables P. W. O'Hearn and R. D. Tennant
Using fibrations to understand subtypes W. Phoa
Reasoning about sequential functions via logical relations K. Sieber
I-categories and duality M. B. Smyth
Geometric theories and databases S. Vickers
Partial products, bagdomains and hyperlocal toposes P. T. Johnstone.
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