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Mathematically Structuring Programming Languages

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Goals gain a feel for using a language as a meta language to describe another – understand the concept of a monad and its use for structuring effects, in particular exceptions – understand the merit of using abstract mathematical structures to help structure programs and language semantics

This talk is part of the Current Research Topics (Computer Laboratory) 2010-11 series.

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