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There are a few fibrant replacement functors for the Quillen model structure on simplicial sets that preserve cartesian products, namely $\operatorname{Ex}^\infty$ and $\operatorname{Sing}(|\cdot|)$. ...

I am interested in any adjunctions between any of the familiar categories of Groupoids and the category of finite dimensional Hilbert spaces. Do any exist? Are there any well know monads on the ...

Let $\mathcal{D}$ be a stack. An atlas for stack $\mathcal{D}$ is a smooth manifold $X$ and a map of stacks $p:\underline{X}\rightarrow \mathcal{D}$ such that, for any manifold $M$ and a map of ...

There are two "opposite" functors: $$ op_\Delta\colon sSet\to sSet$$ and $$op_s\colon sCat\to sCat.$$ The first takes a simplicial set to its opposite simplicial set by precomposing with the opposite ...

Let $V$ be the monoidal category $[0,\infty)$ (as a poset) with $+$ and $0$. Lawvere shows that $V$-enriched categories are a more natural generalisation of the notion of a metric space (note no ...

Let $I$ be a small category and $\mathcal{K}$ be a combinatorial model category. Is it known a model category structure on the functor category $\mathcal{K}^I$ such that a map of diagrams $D\to ...

Does anyone know of a book/paper/anything, the longer the better introducing differential geometry from a category theoretic point of view? Everywhere it seems categorical language is the elephant in ...

I use the notation of this question. A non-decreasing continuous bijection from $[0,a]$ to $[0,b]$ where $a,b\geq 0$ are two real numbers is denoted by $[0,a] \cong^+ [0,b]$. If $\phi:[0,a]\to U$ and $...

In mathematics we introduce many different kinds of notation, and sometimes even a single object or construction can be represented by many different notations. To take two very different examples, ...

It seems known that the category of hypergraphs is a topos. I am looking for any reference here, or just a statement of this in the literature, but can't find anything. There is one paper A ...

Is that correct $R^2\cong R$ as measurable spaces? If we consider $R$ and $R^2$ with Borel $\sigma$-algebras, is there measurable map from $R$ to $R^2$ with measurable inverse?

Let $\mathrm{Ass} $ denote the operad, whose algebras are associative unital algebras, considered as a dg-operad. Denote $\mathrm{Ch} $ the category of chain complexes over a commutative ring $\...

In HTT, a version of the adjoint functor theorem for (locally) presentable infinity categories is proven (Corollary 5.5.2.9). Is there a more refined version of this somewhere, which more closely ...

My question is motivated by Are the inner automorphisms the only ones that extend to every overgroup? What are the auto-equivalences of the category of groups? What kind of structure do they form? ...

Let $C$ be a small category. Then $Ind(C)$ is the free completion of $C$ under filtered colimits. My sense is that typically, $Ind(C)$ is a large category. But sometimes it is small. For example, if $...

In a monoidal category $(C,\otimes)$ one can consider internal monoids and bimodules over these monoids (provided some additional requirements like existence of coequalizers hold). These monoids ...

Let $Pr^L$ be the category of presentable categories and left adjoint functors (probably this should be at least a (2,1)-category; anyway ultimately I'm interested in the $(\infty,1)$-setting). For ...

In terse terms, the “Eckmann-Hilton argument” says that a monoid in the category of monoids is commutative. It is essentially used, for example, to prove that homotopy groups of topological groups are ...

It is well-known that if a topological space $Y$ is locally compact (not necessarily Hausdorff), then the map $$ \operatorname{Hom}(X \times Y, Z) \to \operatorname{Hom}(X, Z^Y) $$ (here we use the ...

I am actually interested in the $\infty$-categorical case, but the same question is meaningful in the $1$-categorical situation as well. A nice property of presentable $\infty$-categories is that if ...

Yesterday I observed (and proved) the following odd fact, which I found very surprising. I'm very curious to know if this was known by some people, or if it follows from some other more general fact, ...

The spectral order for density operators is given in this paper Coecke Martin 2010. I won't give the full definition here. Essentially, it allows for a partial order of density matrices that forms a ...

I am currently stuck at the following problem, and I was hoping that some might know of some literature or known results that might enable me to tackle it. Let $F,G:\mathcal{C}\rightarrow \mathsf{...

There are many notions of "exactness" in category theory, algebraic geometry, etc. Here I offer another that generalizes the category of frames, the notion of valuation (from probability theory), and ...

Let $\mathbf{B}$ and $\mathbf{B'}$ be strict bicategories and $F: \mathbf{B} \to \mathbf{B'}$ a weak functor which preserves horizontal composition strictly (i.e. $Ff * Fg = F(f * g)$ natural in f and ...

Let's say we have a locally $\lambda$-presentable category and a pair of $\lambda$-presentable objects $A$ and $B$. Is it true that $A \times B$ is $\lambda$-presentable?

I'm looking for a reference for the following extension property: A functor $F: C \to D $ such that for any arrow $f: x \to y$ in $C$ there is an extension $f = \hat{f} \circ i$ with $i:x \...

Y. Sergeyev developed a positional system for representing infinite numbers using a basic unit called a "grossone", as well as what he calls an "infinity computer". The mathematical value of this ...

We can rigorously talk about Top, the category of all topological space, and also FTop, the category of all finite topological space. So I thought, we can define a category FTop', where we “mod out by ...

I am looking for containers on the 2-Category of Groupoids. In particular, though, I would like my container to be both a monad and a comonad with a mixed distributive law. Can someone provide one ...

In some related MO questions like The set-theoretic multiverse as a (bi)category it is discussed how one might represent the multiverse (see The set-theoretic multiverse) in a category theoretic way, ...

In Hairer's notes A Theory of Regularity Structures he defines automorphisms of a regularity structure on page 28. I will recall the definition here: Is there any way of extending this to morphisms ...

It seems that commutative diagrams appeared sometime in the late 1940s -- for example, Eilenberg-McLane (1943) group cohomology paper does not have any, while the 1953 Hochschild-Serre paper does. ...

A monoidal category is a well-defined categorical object abstracting products to the categorical setting. The term tensor category is also used, and seems to mean a monoidal category with more ...

For a while, I was looking for a Frobenius monad on Set. It doesn't exist as pointed out here. I am now looking at the 2-category of groupoids. Does the 2-category of groupoids admit a Frobenius ...

Fix a base scheme $S$, and let $Sm_S$ be the (ordinary) category of smooth schemes over $S$. Denote by $Psh(Sm_S)$ the $\infty$-category of $\infty$-presheaves on $Sm_S$. Let $Sh_{Nis}(Sm_S)\...

The definition of a symmetric $G$-Operad is basically a $G$ object in the category of symmetric operads. As far as I understand there is not a good notion of the non symmetric case. I would like to ...

Consider a finite toset (cool word) $A=\{a_1<\ldots<a_N\}$. Let an ordered monomial be a finite formal product $b_1\ldots b_M$ with $b_i\in A$ and $b_i\le b_{i+1}$. Consider the following ...

I am currently reading in Boundary Conditions for Topological Quantum Field Theories, Anomalies and Projective Modular Functors, and have a (I guess) pretty basic question for my understanding of the (...

According to Chang and Keisler's "Model Theory", Model Theory = Universal Algebra + Logic. Model theory generalized Universal Algebra in the sense that we allow relations while in Universal Algebra we ...

Let $T$ be the functor of simplical objects $[\Delta^{\mathrm {op}},-]:\mathrm{Cat} \to \mathrm{Cat}$. I am trying to construct counit and comultiplication maps $\eta$ and $\mu$ to make $(T,\eta,\mu)$ ...

In homotopy theory, the word "norm" is commonly used in two different ways (well, surely there are other ways, but these two have a particular familial resemblence). Let $G$ be a finite group. A $G$-...

The definition of a (pre)regular skeletal Reedy category in the sense of Cisinski generalizes the intuition behind the Eilenberg-Zilber factorization for simplicial sets, specifically the property ...

$\require{AMScd}$Let $\cal K$ be a 2-category, and $j : A\to B$ one of its 1-cells. Assume that the induced map $$ j^* : {\cal K}(B,B)\to {\cal K}(A,B) $$ precomposing with $j$ has a left adjoint $j_!$...

I am trying to understand a big-picture for Algebraic Geometry: Given a category of commutative rings $\mathrm{CRing}$, we can create objects that locally look like these objects called schemes. This ...

In 1-categories, a regular epimorphism is a coequalizer of some parallel pair. An effective epimorphism is one which coequalizes its kernel pair. In the presence of kernel pairs, regular and ...

I was giving a talk in a seminar, and I mistakenly said that the coskeleton tower of a quasi-category was its Postnikov tower. Someone corrected me, but a discussion then ensued about what, precisely,...

Dan Dugger proved that every combinatorial model category can be obtained up to Quillen equivalence as the localization of a model structure on simplicial presheaves on a small category $C$. Is there ...

Let $J$ be an interval of integers viewed as a linearly ordered set, and let $I \subseteq \mathbf{N}(J)$ be the subsimplicial set given by the union of the elementary edges $(x, x+1)$. The inclusion $...

For quite a while, I have been wondering if there is a general principle/theory that has both Tannaka fundamental groups and étale fundamental groups as a special case. To elaborate: The theory of ...

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