Categories for computation in context and unified logic

@inproceedings{Blute2003CategoriesFC,
  title={Categories for computation in context and unified logic},
  author={Richard Blute},
  year={2003}
}
In this paper we introduce context categories to provide a framework for computations in context. The structure also provides a basis for developing the categorical proof theory of Girard’s unified logic. A key feature of this logic is the separation of sequents into classical and linear zones. These zones may be modelled categorically as a context/computation separation given by a fibration. The perspective leads to an analysis of the exponential structure of linear logic using strength (or… CONTINUE READING

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