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polyconfhq: Practical Deep Learning in #Haskell http://buff.ly/2r3vieq  by @huwasp59 minutes ago
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<pikajude> fibonacci numbers are quite common in nature; some examples include 1, 2, and 34 months ago
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<geekosaur> so fwiw it looks like [Mac Lane] introduced it in _Categories for the Working Mathematician_, and his terminology note doesn't explain why he picked "monad", but perhaps can be understood to imply a sort of cross between "monoid" and "triad". (p.138 at http://www.maths.ed.ac.uk/~aar/papers/maclanecat.pdf)7 months ago
<geekosaur> wibble7 months ago
<geekosaur> so fwiw it looks like he introduced it in _Category Theory for the Working Mathematician_, and his terminology note doesn't explain why he picked "monad", but perhaps can be understood to imply a sort of cross between "monoid" and "triad". (p 138 at http://www.maths.ed.ac.uk/~aar/papers/maclanecat.pdf)7 months ago