## 3 Citations

### Categorical Semantics of Reversible Pattern-Matching

- Computer ScienceElectronic Proceedings in Theoretical Computer Science
- 2021

A typed, functional reversible language based on Theseus is focused on, and it is shown how a categorical structure to add to join inverse rig categories makes an adequate model for reversible pattern-matching.

### Effectuses in Categorical Quantum Foundations

- PhilosophyArXiv
- 2019

This thesis develops the theory of effectuses as a categorical axiomatic approach to quantum theory. It provides a comprehensive introduction to effectus theory and reveals its connections with…

### From reversible programming languages to reversible metalanguages

- Computer ScienceTheor. Comput. Sci.
- 2022

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The analogous multiexit composition binary alternation-conditional iteration (CACI) schemes introduced below, which are virtually as simple and perspicuous as Dijkstra schemes, describe exactly the same computational processes as flow-chart schemes (without the aid of additional variables).