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Theory morphisms, program morphisms and program transformation.

C. T. Burton

Theory morphisms, program morphisms and program transformation.

by C. T. Burton

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Published by Queen Mary College, Department of Computer Science and Statistics in London .
Written in English


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SeriesReport -- No. 416
ContributionsQueen Mary College. Department of Computer Science and Statistics.
The Physical Object
Pagination22p.
Number of Pages22
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Open LibraryOL13934549M

First, keep in mind that the term "homomorphism" predates both the term "morphism" and the creation of category theory. "Homomorphism," roughly speaking, refers to a map between sets equipped with some kind of structure that preserves that structure. The morphisms 0 XY necessarily are zero morphisms and form a compatible system of zero morphisms.. If C is a category with zero morphisms, then the collection of 0 XY is unique.. This way of defining a "zero morphism" and the phrase "a category with zero morphisms" separately is unfortunate, but if each hom-set has a ″zero morphism", then the category "has zero morphisms".

  Posts about morphisms written by j2kun. Last time we worked through some basic examples of universal properties, specifically singling out quotients, products, and coproducts. There are many many more universal properties that we will mention as we encounter them, but there is one crucial topic in category theory that we have only hinted at: functoriality.   Morphisms, on the other hand, are just elements of sets, so equality is what you think it is (on the other hand, computing equality of morphisms is difficult or impossible for most categories). One can also call two objects “equal,” and it still means what you think it does (as in they are identically the same thing).

Definition. Limits and colimits in a category C are defined by means of diagrams in ly, a diagram of shape J in C is a functor from J to C:: →. The category J is thought of as an index category, and the diagram F is thought of as indexing a collection of objects and morphisms in C patterned on J.. One is most often interested in the case where the category J is a small or .   Etymology []. Generalised from isomorphism, etc.. Noun []. morphism (plural morphisms) (mathematics, category theory) (formally) An arrow in a category; (less formally) an abstraction that generalises a map from one mathematical object to another and is structure-preserving in a way that depends on the branch of mathematics from which it arises, Israel Program .


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Theory morphisms, program morphisms and program transformation by C. T. Burton Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book represents a fundamental reformulation of that point of view. Alongside transformatory schemes, Piaget now presents evidence that nontransformatory actions -- comparisons that create morphisms and categories among diverse situations constitute a necessary and complementary instrument of by: An algebraic view of recursive definitions is presented, extending an already familiar analogy with homomorphisms.

A notion of simulation of one recursive definition by another is then defined. This leads to a particular approach to verification and transformation, which places emphasis on the arrows between programs, rather than the programs themselves.

These arrows are the program morphisms. This book introduces the reader to modern algebraic geometry. It presents Grothendieck's technically demanding language of schemes that is the basis of the most important developments in the last fifty years within this area.

A systematic treatment and motivation of the theory is emphasized, using concrete examples to illustrate its usefulness. Algebraic Graph Theory: Morphisms, Monoids and Matrices Ulrich Knauer, Kolja Knauer. The series is devoted to the publication of monographs and high-level textbooks in mathematics, mathematical methods and their applications.

Apart from covering important areas of current interest, a major aim is to make topics of an interdisciplinary nature. This is part 17 of Categories for Programmers.

Previously: Yoneda Embedding. See the Table of Contents. If I haven't convinced you yet that category theory is all about morphisms then I haven't done my job properly.

Since the next topic is adjunctions, which are defined in terms of isomorphisms of hom-sets, it makes sense to. Skew-morphisms are generalizations of endomorphisms. Sequential functions, automaton mappings and length-preserving word functions are special cases of skew-morphisms.

Properties of skew-morphisms of free monoids are given, as well as a general method to construct them. Images of skew-morphisms and inverse skewmorphisms are considered. Abstract. Morphisms constitute a general tool for modelling complex relationships between mathematical objects in a disciplined fashion.

In Formal Concept Analysis (FCA), morphisms can be used for the study of structural properties of knowledge represented in formal contexts, with applications to data transformation and merging.

2-category theory. Definitions. 2-category. strict 2-category. bicategory. enriched bicategory. Transfors between 2-categories. 2-functor. pseudofunctor. lax functor. equivalence of 2-categories.

2-natural transformation. lax natural transformation. icon. modification. Yoneda lemma for bicategories. Morphisms in 2-categories. fully faithful. Those at level k k are called k k-morphisms or k k-cells. a 0-morphism is an object.

a 1-morphism is a morphism. next are 2-morphisms. and so on. Definition. All notions of higher category have k k-morphisms, but the shapes may depend on the model (or theory. Reading a maths books (especially category theory books!) is like reading a program without any of the supporting documentation.

There’s lots of definitions, lemmas, proofs, The morphisms in such a category are known as functors. Given two categories, C and D, a functor F:C→D maps each morphism of C onto a. The book also contains several very useful appendices.

There is one devoted to category theory, one on the necessary results in commutative algebra (not many proofs but precise references), one on permanence for properties of morphisms, and one on relations between properties of s: Also a multitude of other morphisms exist [12, 3, 1] and the combi-nation of morphisms and distributive laws Distr f g = ∀ a.

f (g a). g (f a) has been studied [8, 15]. † Can also be enhanced by a representation change (natural transformation f ⇝ g), before deconstructing with a corresponding g-algebra. Get this from a library.

Morphisms and categories: comparing and transforming. [Jean Piaget; Gil Henriques; Edgar Ascher; Terrance Brown] -- Despite dissent in many quarters, Piaget's epistemology and the developmental psychology derived from it remain the most powerful theories in either field. From the beginning, Piaget's fundamental.

This book represents a fundamental reformulation of that point of view. Alongside transformatory schemes, Piaget now presents evidence that nontransformatory actions -- comparisons that create morphisms and categories among diverse situations constitute a necessary and complementary instrument of knowledge.

Bernard P. Zeigler, Ernesto Kofman, in Theory of Modeling and Simulation (Third Edition), We shall develop morphisms appropriate to each level of system specification.

These morphisms are such that higher level morphisms imply lower level morphisms. This means that a morphism which preserves the structural features of one system in another system at.

Chapter 4: Harmonic morphisms, mappings which pull back local harmonic functions to harmonic functions, have played an important role in understanding the relation between the geometry and. Mori's minimal model program The minimal model program is a research program aiming to do birational classification of algebraic varieties of dimension greater than 2.

morphism 1. A morphism of algebraic varieties is given locally by polynomials. A morphism of schemes is a morphism of locally ringed spaces. A morphism: → of stacks (over, say, the category of S. In mathematics, particularly in category theory, a morphism is a structure-preserving map from one mathematical structure to another one of the same type.

The notion of morphism recurs in much of contemporary mathematics. In set theory, morphisms are functions; in linear algebra, linear transformations; in group theory, group homomorphisms; in topology, continuous. Book Shop - Further reading.

Where I can, I have put links to Amazon for books that are relevant to the subject, click on the appropriate country flag to get more details of the book or to buy it from them. Mathematics for 3D game Programming - Includes introduction to Vectors, Matrices, Transforms and Trigonometry.

Certain morphisms have important properties that warrant giving them names. Two such morphisms, which we will refer to later, are called isomorphisms and homomorphisms.

A morphism is an isomorphism if there exists a morphism, such that and. If exists, then it is the inverse of, also denoted as. phisms between morphisms’ or 2-morphisms, ‘morphisms between 2-morphisms’ or 3-morphisms, and so on, up to n-morphisms.

In the theory of manifolds, k-morphisms correspond to manifolds (with boundary, corners, etc.) of dimension k. The theory of n-categories is one of several related approaches to describing topology in purely algebraic terms. Morphisms constitute a general tool for modelling complex relationships between mathematical objects in a disciplined fashion.

In Formal Concept Analysis (FCA), morphisms can be used for the study of structural properties of knowledge represented in formal contexts, with applications to data transformation and merging.

In this paper we present a comprehensive .The unique morphism f is called the product of morphisms f 1 and f 2 and is denoted f 1, f morphisms π 1 and π 2 are called the canonical projections or projection morphisms. Above we defined the binary d of two objects we can take an arbitrary family of objects indexed by some set we obtain the definition of a product.

An object X is the product of .