
It seems to me that you have done a very worthwhile thing.

The book is interesting for everyone who is
concerned to give a more solid foundation (in this case: applying
algebraic specifications and categorytheory) to the speciality of
Software Engineering, or who is concerned with the practical
application of theoretical models.

—

Nico Plat,
Mededelingen van het Wiskundig Genootschap



The material is valuable and ought to be of interest either to
software engineers searching for a foundation for their work or to
theoreticians looking for interesting applications of category theory.

The book would be useful to methodologists designing unifying frameworks,
and to systems analysts in identifying unstructuredness in system
specifications and programs.

Demonstrate (quite convincingly to the reviewer) the power and usefulness
of the theoretical arsenal proposed.

This book is not for the faint of heart, but if you would
enjoy refreshing your knowledge of category theory and
related branches of mathematics, this text will show how
the power of mathematics can be used in practical ways.

★★★★☆
Four stars
Great presentation of basic workflow concepts.

