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This talk tries to suggest how computer programming can be conceptually simplified by using abstract mathematics, in particular categorical semantics, so to achieve the 'correctness by construction' paradigm paying no price in term of efficiency.
Also, it introduces an alternative point of view on what is a program and how to conceive data structures, namely as computable morphisms between models of a logical theory.
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