Two months ago, we started the theory lunch meetings at the Institute of Cybernetics. In these meetings, we have lunch together and discuss all kinds of interesting things related to theoretical computer science. We also started the Theory Lunch blog, where an article is posted for every lunch session. I used three of the lunch meetings to talk about ideal monads, and published summaries of my talks in the following articles: Continue reading

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# New paper about a generalization of FRP and causality in categorical models

Yesterday I finished my new paper *Temporal Logic with “Until”, Functional Reactive Programming with Processes, and Concrete Process Categories*, which will appear in the proceedings of PLPV ’13 and is also available online. I have already given two talks on topics of this paper, one at the Joint Estonian–Latvian Theory Days at Medzābaki and another one at the Theory Seminar of the Institute of Cybernetics. Continue reading

# Slides of my MFPS talk now online

MFPS took place a month ago, and today I finally managed to publish the slides of my talk ;-). The topic of these slides is similar to the topic of the seminar talk I gave at 10 May, but the overlap is not too large. So you might be interested in having a look.

# Talk about categorical models of temporal logic and FRP

I recently gave a talk about the main points of my MFPS ’12 paper. The title of the talk was *Categorical Models for Two Intuitionistic Modal Logics*. Continue reading

# New paper about categorical models of temporal logic and FRP

Temporal logic and functional reactive programming are related via a Curry–Howard correspondence, as has recently be shown by Alan Jeffrey and by myself. Given this intriguing connection, it seems to be worthwhile to look for a common categorical semantics of temporal logic and FRP. This undertaking is a current research topic of mine. I will present some results on this at this year’s MFPS conference under the title *Towards a Common Categorical Semantics for Linear-Time Temporal Logic and Functional Reactive Programming*. A preprint of the corresponding paper is now available online. Continue reading