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  1. in fibration sequence, changed the second diagram after "But the hom-functor has the crucial property..."

    please someone check with the previos version to see if my correction is correct.
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    • CommentAuthorUrs
    • CommentTimeMar 11th 2010

    Hm, my impression is that you changed one correct expression to an equivalent correct expression.

    But for the argument to follow the first correct expression is the one needed! On the other hand, this follows indeed using your correct expression.

    So I guess we want both expressions. I have now implemented that. I have also renamed that object C into K, since the ambient category is already called C and so there was a bad notation clash. Probably that didn't help to clarify the situation. Please have another look and see if it is better now.

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    • CommentAuthorUrs
    • CommentTimeMar 11th 2010

    Hm ,wait, actually you are right and I am wrong in that the expression  Hom(X, A \times_K B) is needed in the following, and  Hom(X,A) \times_{Hom(X,K)} Hom(X,B) is not. That latter is needed to see things like  \mathbf{H}(X, \Omega A) \simeq \Omega \mathbf{H}(X,A) and the like.

    Allright, so thanks for catching that.

  2. what I meant is that if one writes the diagram with in the upper right corner, then this is by definition an homotopy pullback, so it is not immediately clear what one means by saying that is exact. I think now it looks better, but I edited it once again in order to make it even mor explicit: exactness of is ubiquously used in npov on cohomology, so let us state in it the clearest possible way... :-)

    please when you have time have a look
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