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— Patrick Louis

F-Algebras

F-Algebras are the final missing link for us to tackle more complex problems like recursive descent.
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— Patrick Louis

Productmorphism

For a change, the productmorphism is once again a relatively easy to understand concept. It is basically the binary product of two morphisms which means that it parallelizes these morphisms.
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— Patrick Louis

Multi- and Polymorphisms

How can one-dimensional sets be mapped to multidimensional ones and what actually is polymorphism?
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— Patrick Louis

Functors

As can be imagined after the last article, categories in and of itself are not particularly useful. What's missing is a way to 'link' different categories together, or rather a way to describe relationships between one category and another.
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— Patrick Louis

What actually are Categories?

A category consists of four general elements: A class of objects, Morphisms, an identity-morphism and the composition operation. For better understanding let's look at those elements individually in order to construct our categories.
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