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    • CommentRowNumber1.
    • CommentAuthorUrs
    • CommentTimeJun 11th 2018
    • (edited Jun 11th 2018)

    I have fleshed out (and corrected) and then spelled out the proof of the statement (here) that Kan extension of an adjoint pair is an adjoint quadruple:

    For 𝒱\mathcal{V} a symmetric closed monoidal category with all limits and colimits, let 𝒞\mathcal{C}, 𝒟\mathcal{D} be two small 𝒱\mathcal{V}-enriched categoriesand let

    𝒞pq𝒟 \mathcal{C} \underoverset {\underset{p}{\longrightarrow}} {\overset{q}{\longleftarrow}} {\bot} \mathcal{D}

    be a 𝒱\mathcal{V}-enriched adjunction. Then there are 𝒱\mathcal{V}-enriched natural isomorphisms

    (q op) *Lan p op:[𝒞 op,𝒱][𝒟 op,𝒱] (q^{op})^\ast \;\simeq\; Lan_{p^{op}} \;\colon\; [\mathcal{C}^{op},\mathcal{V}] \longrightarrow [\mathcal{D}^{op},\mathcal{V}] (p op) *Ran q op:[𝒟 op,𝒱][𝒞 op,𝒱] (p^{op})^\ast \;\simeq\; Ran_{q^{op}} \;\colon\; [\mathcal{D}^{op},\mathcal{V}] \longrightarrow [\mathcal{C}^{op},\mathcal{V}]

    between the precomposition on enriched presheaves with one functor and the left/right Kan extension of the other.

    By essential uniqueness of adjoint functors, this means that the two Kan extension adjoint triples of qq and pp

    Lan q op (q op) * Ran q op Lan p op (p op) * Ran p op \array{ Lan_{q^{op}} &\dashv& (q^{op})^\ast &\dashv& Ran_{q^{op}} \\ && Lan_{p^{op}} &\dashv& (p^{op})^\ast &\dashv& Ran_{p^{op}} }

    merge into an adjoint quadruple

    Lan q op (q op) * (p op) * Ran p op:[𝒞 op,𝒱][𝒟 op,𝒱] \array{ Lan_{q^{op}} &\dashv& (q^{op})^\ast &\dashv& (p^{op})^\ast &\dashv& Ran_{p^{op}} } \;\colon\; [\mathcal{C}^{op},\mathcal{V}] \leftrightarrow [\mathcal{D}^{op}, \mathcal{V}]

    diff, v8, current

    • CommentRowNumber2.
    • CommentAuthorDavid_Corfield
    • CommentTimeJun 11th 2018

    Changed a 𝒱\mathcal{V} to a 𝒞\mathcal{C}.

    diff, v9, current

    • CommentRowNumber3.
    • CommentAuthorUrs
    • CommentTimeJun 11th 2018
    • CommentRowNumber4.
    • CommentAuthorUrs
    • CommentTimeOct 9th 2021

    Just for completeness, i have added (here) to the old coend-calculus proof of adjoint pairs Kan-extending to adjoint quadruples also a detailed proof using just colimit notation. (Either for pedagogical purposes, or because in this form it applies to \infty-category theory using only results available from standard sources).

    diff, v13, current

    • CommentRowNumber5.
    • CommentAuthorUrs
    • CommentTimeOct 10th 2021
    • (edited Oct 10th 2021)

    For no good reason, I have typed out another elementary proof (here) that left Kan extensions of finite product preserving functors are themselves finite product preserving.

    This simple proof does not mention pointwise sifted colimit-expressions for the Kan extension, but just uses the pullback-stability of colimits in the base topos and the Yoneda lemma over a large domain.

    diff, v14, current

    • CommentRowNumber6.
    • CommentAuthorUrs
    • CommentTimeOct 10th 2021

    added also the non-coend-calculus proof that left Kan extension of fully faithful functors are again fully faithful (here).

    (This stuff deserves to go to other entries, like Kan extension, but for the moment I keep them here.)

    (In my local copy the TikZ diagrams are all spaced according to the golden ratio, but transporting them to here doesn’t preserve the spacings. I could fix that, but it’s not my priority now…)

    diff, v15, current

    • CommentRowNumber7.
    • CommentAuthorUrs
    • CommentTimeOct 10th 2021

    Okay, I think I am done with doing some justice to the previously puny remark on cohesion, now an Examples-section here.

    This contains now proposition and proof (here) that finite product preserving reflections of small categories induce cohesive adjoint quadruples on categories of presheaves, in a way that applies/works verbatim also in \infty-category theory using standard sources (i.e. no reference to enrichment and coends).

    Among the examples this now mentions the cohesion of global- over G-equivariant homotopy theory.

    diff, v18, current

    • CommentRowNumber8.
    • CommentAuthorUrs
    • CommentTimeOct 13th 2021
    • (edited Oct 13th 2021)

    I have extended statement and proofs (here and here) of Kan-extension-induced cohesive adjoint quadruples from adjoint pairs…

    …in relaxing the assumption that the sites have finite products to the assumption that at least their free coproduct completion do so and that the coproduct-preserving extension of the left adjoint functor between them preserves these

    (as that’s the generality needed for the cohesion of global- over G-equivariant homotopy theory for discrete GG).

    Of course the proof is even more direct in this case, since the assumption on the left adjoint is now “one step closer” to what needs to be proven. But the point is that this assumption is still readily checked in relevant examples.

    diff, v20, current

    • CommentRowNumber9.
    • CommentAuthorGuest
    • CommentTimeMay 5th 2022
    Guest post: Chris Brav

    Either there's a mistake in the proof of Proposition 3.2 or I am confused or both. In particular, the proof begins with an express Pr(S_1)(X_1,r^*(X_2)), which doesn't make sense, since r^* is a functor from Pr(S_1) to Pr(S_2), not the other way around. Rather, I think the sequence of isomorphisms should start with Pr(S_1)(X,l^*Y) and end with Pr(S_1)(X,r_!(Y)), giving l^*=r_!.
    • CommentRowNumber10.
    • CommentAuthorUrs
    • CommentTimeMay 5th 2022
    • (edited May 5th 2022)

    Thanks for the alert. Indeed, it looks like the role of 𝒮 1\mathcal{S}_1 and 𝒮 2\mathcal{S}_2 were switched, notationally, in passing from the statement to passing to its proof. I think I have fixed it now.

    Otherwise it looks fine to me: The idea is that we already know that each functor induces an adjoint triple by itself, and what the proof shows is that these two triples overlap. [edit: have now added a sentence which says this, here]

    • CommentRowNumber11.
    • CommentAuthorUrs
    • CommentTimeMay 5th 2022

    Oh, wait, I see, there is something else wrong. Let me fix it…

    • CommentRowNumber12.
    • CommentAuthorUrs
    • CommentTimeMay 5th 2022

    No, I think it’s okay after just fixing the 𝒮 1𝒮 2\mathcal{S}_1 \leftrightarrow \mathcal{S}_2 globally, but I did expand (still here) the lead-in sentence further, to now read as follows:

    We already know that each functor ff by itself induces an adjoint triple f 1f *f *f_1 \dashv f^\ast \dashv f_\ast, by Kan extension. Due to essential uniqueness of adjoints (this Prop.) it is hence sufficient to show that these two adjoint triples “overlap”, in that ( *r !\ell^\ast \simeq r_! and equivalently) *r *\ell_\ast \simeq r^\ast, hence equivalently that *r *\ell^\ast \dashv r^\ast.

    Now the hom-isomorphism which is characteristic of the latter adjunction *r *\ell^\ast \dashv r^\ast may be obtained as the following sequence of natural bijections:

    diff, v22, current