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The theory of categories provides a useful language for talking about many different areas of mathematics. But sometimes we want to work with modifications of the notion of category, introducing some extra structure or some new kinds of arrow. I’ll introduce several such useful modifications, and describe a very general framework into which many of them can be fitted. This talk is intended to be accessible to those with only a minimal background in category theory.

This talk is part of the Category Theory Seminar series.

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