VA No Categories 2 A Ubiquity Compilation (1999)

Artist: VA
Title Of Album: No Categories 2: A Ubiquity Compilation
Year Of Release: 1999
Label: Ubiquity Records
Genre: Future Jazz, Downtempo, Latin Jazz, Hip-Hop
Format: 2 x CD, Compilation
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 01:21:37
Total Size: 187 Mb

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Categories, Types, and Structures An Introduction to Category Theory for the Working Computer Scientist (Foundations of Comput

Categories, Types, and Structures: An Introduction to Category Theory for the Working Computer Scientist (Foundations of Computing Series) by Andrea Asperti
English | Aug. 23, 1991 | ISBN: 0262011255 | 300 Pages | PDF | 2 MB
Category theory is a mathematical subject whose importance in several areas of computer science, most notably the semantics of programming languages and the design of programmes using abstract data types, is widely acknowledged. This book introduces category theory at a level appropriate for computer scientists and provides practical examples in the context of programming language design.

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Complicial Sets Characterising the Simplicial Nerves of Strict Omega-Categories

Dominic Verity, "Complicial Sets Characterising the Simplicial Nerves of Strict Omega-Categories"
2008 | ISBN-10: 0821841424 | 184 pages | PDF | 15 MB
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More Concise Algebraic Topology: Localization, Completion, and Model Categories

J. P. May, K. Ponto - More Concise Algebraic Topology: Localization, Completion, and Model Categories
Published: 2012-02-01 | ISBN: 0226511782 | PDF | 544 pages | 2.44 MB


With firm foundations dating only from the 1950s, algebraic topology is a relatively young area of mathematics. There are very few textbooks that treat fundamental topics beyond a first course, and many topics now essential to the field are not treated in any textbook. J. Peter May抯 A Concise Course in Algebraic Topology addresses the standard first course material, such as fundamental groups, covering spaces, the basics of homotopy theory, and homology and cohomology. In this sequel, May and his coauthor, Kathleen Ponto, cover topics that are essential for algebraic topologists and others interested in algebraic topology, but that are not treated in standard texts. They focus on the localization and completion of topological spaces, model categories, and Hopf algebras.
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