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COPRODUCTS OF IDEAL MONADS
, 2004
"... The question of how to combine monads arises naturally in many areas with much recent interest focusing on the coproduct of two monads. In general, the coproduct of arbitrary monads does not always exist. Although a rather general construction was given by ..."
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The question of how to combine monads arises naturally in many areas with much recent interest focusing on the coproduct of two monads. In general, the coproduct of arbitrary monads does not always exist. Although a rather general construction was given by
Logic for Computational Effects: work in progress
"... Abstract We outline a possible logic that will allow us to give a unified approach to reasoning about computational effects. The logic is given by extending Moggi's computational *calculus by basic types and a signature, the latter given by constant symbols, function symbols, and operation sym ..."
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Abstract We outline a possible logic that will allow us to give a unified approach to reasoning about computational effects. The logic is given by extending Moggi's computational *calculus by basic types and a signature, the latter given by constant symbols, function symbols, and operation symbols, and by including a _ operator. We give both syntax and semantics for the logic except for _. We consider a number of sound and complete classes of models, all given in categorytheoretic terms. We illustrate the ideas with some of our leading examples of computational effects, and we observe that operations give rise to natural modalities.