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Tutorial on Fibrations

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The theory of fibrations is subdiscipline of category theory that provides rich structure that is applicable to various issues in the theory of programming languages. This talk will be a gentle introduction to the subject of fibrations, focusing on two applications (i) predicate logic and programming logic (ii) modules (as in monoid-actions, ring-modules and vector spaces).

This talk is part of the Lab Lunch series.

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