Monthly Archives: June 2013

Relations are hard to model in category theory

WARNING: This is a somewhat rambling post about category theory.  If half-baked mathematical philosophy is not your thing, please consider navigating away right now. Anyway, the thing that I want to write about today is the difference between category theory … Continue reading

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ndarray modules

In the last two posts I introduced ndarrays, and explained the rationale and implementation details of the library.  In this post I am going to show a few of the libraries that I have written using ndarrays.  All of this … Continue reading

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