Bob Rosebrugh is a category theorist, based in New Brunswick, Canada. He is the founding editor of Theory and Applications of Categories and served as its managing editor for 25 years.
A short biography and list of publications of Bob Rosebrugh appeared in the foreword to The Rosebrugh Festschrift:
Characterizing the category of sets as that whose Yoneda embedding extends to the left to an adjoint quintuple of adjoint functors:
On adjoint quadruples with a fully faithful right adjoint:
On distributive laws and factorization systems:
Introduction to set theory and the foundations of mathematics from a practical and category theoretic point of view known as structural set theory (“informal ETCS”):
On lenses (in computer science):
Michael Johnson, Robert Rosebrugh, Richard Wood, Algebras and Update Strategies, Journal of Universal Computer Science 16 (2010) [doi:10.3217/jucs-016-05-0729]
Michael Johnson, Robert Rosebrugh, Richard J. Wood, Lenses, fibrations and universal translations Math. Structures Comput. Sci. 22 1 (2012) 25–42 [doi:10.1017/S0960129511000442]
Michael Johnson, Robert Rosebrugh, Unifying Set-Based, Delta-Based and Edit-Based Lenses, CEUR Workshop Proceedings 1571 (2016) [pdf]
Michael Johnson, Robert Rosebrugh, The more legs the merrier: A new composition for symmetric (multi-)lenses, EPTCS 333 (2021) 92-107 [arXiv:2101.10482, doi:10.4204/EPTCS.333.7]
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