Not yet on HAL or the arXiv: Full abstraction for fair testing in CCS, in
and long versions.
Draft, December 2012.
- Towards a theory of programming
seminar, ENS Lyon, April 2013.
Written in Patoline, available
in pdf and
(Please don't attempt to print the pdf version
directly; it may fail miserably due to a bug in a
standard pdf library.) Here
sources: the main file
- Innocent strategies as presheaves for CCS II:
Fair testing. Given under various titles and slightly
- Limd seminar (April-March,
working group (March, 2012),
café (May, 2012).
- Fair testing vs. must
testing in a fair setting. Given under various titles and slightly differing versions:
PiCoq/Cogip workshop, Lyon,
2011-09, GdT sémantique PPS, Paris, 2011-02-22, ICE workshop, Reykjavik, 2011-06,
LDP seminar, Marseille, 2011-2-3, 91st Peripatetic Seminar
on Sheaves and Logic (Amsterdam), 2010-11-27, and 1st
PiCoq seminar, Lyon, 2010-11-22.
- An algebraic approach to
higher-order theories and rewriting. International
Workshop on Categorical Logic, Brno (2010-8-28).
- Introduction to
categorical logic. Réalisabilité
à Chambéry, Chambéry
(2010-5-31). Some typos corrected from the live version,
and some statements strengthened thanks to pointers by Jonas Frey.
- Algebraic Structures
from Shapes. Journées
Geocal-LAC, Nice (2010-3-17).
- What is a programming
language? Invited talk at the DSSE
seminar in Southampton (2010-3-10).
- Algebraic Structures from Shapes. Categorical
Computer Science, Grenoble (2009-11-26). (There was
a mistake in the second part, which is corrected in the
Geocal 2010 talk above.)
binding, symmetric monoidal closed theories, and
bigraphs. Concur, Bologna
Proofs and Games for Linear Logic. MFPS,
Here is the
group, a forum
on category theory, mainly for computer scientists using categories in
their research. As specified in the description, one should not
be afraid to ask easy questions.
- I often attend
the Chocola and
(in french, 2009 report on my past activities and future projects).
In 2012-2013, an M1 course in Chambéry on Logic and Lambda-calculus.
In 2012-2013, Python again.
In 2012, Pierre Hyvernat, Christophe Raffalli, Thomas Seiller,
and I teach Python (!) to L1 students in Chambéry.
In 2008-2009, Dominique Duval, Pierre Hyvernat, and I taught a
doctoral course in common on categorical languages and
concepts for logic and computer science.
and I taught an M2 course in common on
In 2006-2007, I taught an M2 course on
categories in computer science and
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