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Game semantics, nominally

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I will present a model of games based on nominal sequences, which generalise sequences with atoms and a new notion of coabstraction. This gives a new, precise, and compositional mathematical treatment of justiļ¬cation pointers in game semantics.

Joint work with Jamie Gabbay.

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