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Computation, Composition

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Across computer science, mathematics, and other areas of study, compositional techniques give us a powerful way to understand complex structures. As a result, compositionality itself has come under increasing study, with the goal of building powerful, generic tools that can be applied across many domains. I will discuss some of the fundamental problems in this area, present recent results, and discuss possible future applications, from the foundations of computation to systems biology.

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