A Category Theory of Communication Theory

28 May 2015Eric Werner

A theory of how agents can come to understand a language is presented. If understanding a sentence $\alpha$ is to associate an operator with $\alpha$ that transforms the representational state of the agent as intended by the sender, then coming to know a language involves coming to know the operators that correspond to the meaning of any sentence... (read more)

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