Category theory studies mathematical structure: categories of objects (intentionally undefined, but could be a set, topological space, groups, or anything else) and the mappings of those objects between categories (morphisms). You can think of morphisms as the “arrow” that maps between categories. Morphisms can be functions (but don’t have to be) and might be composed (similar to functions).

## Applications of Category Theory

## Applications of Category Theory

## Applications of Category Theory

Category theory studies mathematical structure: categories of objects (intentionally undefined, but could be a set, topological space, groups, or anything else) and the mappings of those objects between categories (morphisms). You can think of morphisms as the “arrow” that maps between categories. Morphisms can be functions (but don’t have to be) and might be composed (similar to functions).