"We have actually found this process of abstracting to category theory whenever we get stuck to be quite fruitful. Not only does it end up solving our concrete problem, but we end up with a better understanding of our own problem as well as an abstract solution which can be easily adapted to other applications. Thus, our experience suggests that category theory may be useful in constructing actual algorithms, in addition to being useful as a framework for formalization. We would be interested to know of other similar experiences, either positive or negative."
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