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Books on Categories (and toposes) in physics

  1. Jan 7, 2010 #1
    Not being well acquainted with the bound literature of physics, I am wondering as to whether or not physics books focusing on a categorical or toposical formulation of physics or mathematical physics exist or not. If they do indeed exist, what are their titles and authors?

    Note, I do possess articles such as "A topos for quantum theory" and "topos foundations for physics," yet I am interested as to whether anyone has successfully given an exposition of more concrete physical processes by categories.
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