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Thinking in Ensembles

Chris Van Horne

When you write a “Person” class, does it contain enough attributes to describe a person? Are we nothing more than eye color, hair color and height? Would you be surprised that it might be easier to write a “People” class than a “Person” class? How can this be? This talk will cover abstraction at the”groups instead of individuals” level and hint that this may likely be an intrinsic part of our universe(s).

Lots of space references.

keywords: monads, comonads, ensembles, universe/multiverse, method getters & setters

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