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    • CommentRowNumber1.
    • CommentAuthorMike Shulman
    • CommentTimeOct 28th 2010
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    • CommentAuthorTobyBartels
    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2010

    I put in my definitions at k-ary factorisation system.

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    • CommentAuthorFinnLawler
    • CommentTimeMar 23rd 2011

    I’ve added to ternary factorization system the example of a span of categories that is both a left and a right fibration, and the condition that makes it a two-sided fibration. There should be a simple common generalization of these and the ambifibrations of the second-last example.

    I think the middle arrow in the three-way factorization has something to do with the unique transformation that makes the right-fibration structure a colax morphism of LL-algebras, where LL is the monad for left fibrations, so that requiring the arrow to be invertible would (via the usual distributive-law business) be the same as requiring the left- and right-fibration structures to underlie an MM-algebra, MM being the two-sided-fibration monad. But it’s fiddly – has anyone seen this explicitly worked out anywhere?

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    • CommentAuthorMike Shulman
    • CommentTimeMar 23rd 2011

    Nice, thanks! Actually, I think that can be regarded as a special case of the ambifibrations example: regard E as over A×BA\times B, where A×BA\times B has the factorization system (E,M) with E being morphisms of the form (1,g) and M being morphisms of the form (f,1). (That factorization system has the amusing property that (M,E) is also a factorization system!)

    What you say about distributive laws sounds reasonable, but I haven’t seen it worked out either. If you work it out, I think it would be worth adding to two-sided fibration.

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    • CommentAuthorFinnLawler
    • CommentTimeMar 24th 2011

    D’oh, the product category – I should have thought of that!

    I think two-sided fibration could use some expanding and rearranging anyway, so I’ll commit myself in public to doing that just so I can’t put it off for too long.

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    • CommentAuthorUrs
    • CommentTimeNov 29th 2012
    • (edited Nov 29th 2012)

    I have added to k-ary factorization system Example-pointers to, first of all, ternary factorization system (that link was missing) and then to

    which I’d think is the archetypical example.

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    • CommentAuthorFosco
    • CommentTimeJan 19th 2014

    I made more explicit the “straightforward exercise in orthogonality”. Hope it helps to visualize the underlying argument! (in a second moment I’ll turn the .png images into real-code diagrams)

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    • CommentAuthorMike Shulman
    • CommentTimeFeb 21st 2019

    Updated the broken codecogs pictures to tikzcd.

    diff, v7, current

  1. Nice!

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