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Parameterized algebraic theories and computational effects

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Many notions of computation can be described in an algebraic way. I will talk about a class of generalized algebraic theories that I call “parameterized algebraic theories”. These theories can be used to describe various notions of computation, including name generation, local exception handling, and functional logic programming.

Parameterized algebraic theories have a straightforward syntactic deduction systems and an elegant categorical model theory. I will use this model theory to provide representation theorems and completeness results for the notions of computation.

This talk is part of the Theoretical computer science seminar series.

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