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Monads and Lenses

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Monads are an abstraction that can be used to mathematically model computational effects (among other things). Lenses are an abstraction for bidirectional computation, a generalization of the view-update problem. In this talk I will discuss how to combine them and why it might be interesting to do so.

This talk is on joint work with Faris Abou-Saleh, Jeremy Gibbons, James McKinna and Perdita Stevens conducted as part of the recently-concluded project “A theory of least change for bidirectional transformations”.

This talk is part of the Logic and Semantics Seminar (Computer Laboratory) series.

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