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Greetings to the participants at “Strachey 100”

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Duration: 0:23:59 | Added: 26 Jun 2017
The logician Dana Scott played a crucial part in the story of denotational semantics, working for a term with Christopher Strachey in Autumn 1969, when he created a mathematical model for the foundation of the method.

In this talk, Dana discusses this period as well as reminiscing about his life and career up to that point.

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