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Stone duality for bitopological spaces

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  • UserAchim Jung, University of Birmingham
  • ClockFriday 09 March 2007, 14:00-15:00
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Samson Abramsky promoted the idea to use Stone duality to connect denotational semantics for programming languages with program logics. He developed a fairly specialised theory that was applicable to so-called Scott-domains (and SFP objects). In joint work with Drew Moshier, we found that the theory becomes much more elegant if carried out for stably compact spaces. More recently, we discovered that our duality (and the resulting logic) can usefully be expressed for bitopological spaces. This sheds new light on the logical set-up but, surprisingly, also on the classical dualities of Stone for Boolean algebras and distributive lattices.

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