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Parameterized algebraic theories and computational effects

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I will talk about a class of generalized algebraic theories. Abstractly, they can be understood as algebraic theories enriched in presheaf categories. Concretely, they have a straightforward syntax and an equational deduction system.

Several people have proposed that “computational effects” can be described by algebraic theories. My new examples of generalized algebraic theories help to confirm this.

This talk is part of the Category Theory Seminar series.

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