**Basic Category Theory**

by Jaap van Oosten

**Publisher**: University of Utrecht 2007**Number of pages**: 88

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Contents: Categories and Functors; Natural transformations; (Co)cones and (Co)limits; A little piece of categorical logic; Adjunctions; Monads and Algebras; Cartesian closed categories and the lambda-calculus; Recursive Domain Equations.

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