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  1. I corrected a couple of wrong claims and added the link to a counter-example

    AG

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    • CommentAuthorUrs
    • CommentTimeMar 21st 2019

    made the reference-link work, by adding the missing anchor

      #Hovey
    

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  2. exibits -> exhibits

    Ian Coley

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  3. Added the fact that (weak) localizations are initial and final, together with the fact that the initial vertex map from the category of simplices is a weak localization (and hence initial and final). Added references to Shah and Cisinski about this and noted that this can be used to prove a Bousfield-Kan formula for homotopy (co)limits in infinity categories. Hopefully didn’t screw up the whole page- I’m horrible at html/computers in general…

    Dylan

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    • CommentAuthorUrs
    • CommentTimeJul 3rd 2020
    • (edited Jul 3rd 2020)

    I have added an Example-section “Example: Cofiber products in coslice categories” (here). Currently it reads as follows:


    Consider the inclusion of the walking span-category, into the result of adjoining an initial object tt:

    (1){x b y}AAAA{ t x b y} \mathllap{ (1) \;\;\;\;\;\;\;\;\;\;\;\;\;\;\; } \Big\{ \array{ x &\longleftarrow& b &\longrightarrow& y } \Big\} \;\; \overset{\phantom{AAAA}}{\hookrightarrow} \;\; \left\{ \array{ && t \\ & \swarrow & \downarrow & \searrow \\ x &\longleftarrow& b &\longrightarrow& y } \right\}

    One readily sees that for each object on the right, its comma category over this inclusion has contractible nerve, whence Theorem \ref{Recognition} implies that this inclusion is a final \infty-functor.

    As an application of the finality of (1), observe that for 𝒞\mathcal{C} an (∞,1)-category and T𝒞T \in \mathcal{C} an object, (∞,1)-colimits in the under-(∞,1)-category

    𝒞 T/U𝒞 \mathcal{C}^{T/} \overset{\;\;U\;\;}{\longrightarrow} \mathcal{C}

    are given by the \infty-colimit in 𝒞\mathcal{C} itself of the given cone of the original diagram, with tip XX (by this Prop.): For

    F:𝒞 T/ F \;\colon\; \mathcal{I} \longrightarrow \mathcal{C}^{T/}

    a small diagram, we have

    U(limF)lim(T/U(F)) U \big( \underset{\longrightarrow}{\lim}\, F \big) \;\simeq\; \underset{\longrightarrow}{\lim}\, \big( T/U(F) \big)

    (when either \infty-colimit exists).

    Now for \mathcal{I} the walking span diagram on the left of (1), this means that homotopy cofiber products in 𝒞 T/\mathcal{C}^{T/} are computed as \infty-colimits in 𝒞\mathcal{C} of diagrams of the shape on the right of (1). But since the inclusion in (1) is final, these are just homotopy cofiber products in 𝒞\mathcal{C}.

    Explicitly: Given

    T = T = T ϕ X ϕ B ϕ Y X f B g Y \array{ T &=& T &=& T \\ {}^{\mathllap{ \phi_X }} \big\downarrow && {}^{\mathllap{ \phi_B }} \big\downarrow && {}^{\mathllap{ \phi_Y }} \big\downarrow \\ X & \underset{ f }{\longleftarrow} & B & \underset{ g }{ \longrightarrow } & Y }

    regarded as a span in 𝒞 T\mathcal{C}^T, hence with underlying objects

    U((X,ϕ X))=X,U((B,ϕ B))=B,U((Y,ϕ Y))=Y, U\big( (X,\phi_X) \big) \;=\; X \,, \;\;\;\;\;\; U\big( (B,\phi_B) \big) \;=\; B \,, \;\;\;\;\;\; U\big( (Y,\phi_Y) \big) \;=\; Y \,,

    we have:

    U((X,ϕ X)(B,ϕ B)(Y,ϕ Y))XBY. U \Big( \; (X,\phi_X) \underset{ (B,\phi_B) }{\coprod} (Y,\phi_Y) \; \Big) \;\;\;\simeq\;\;\; X \underset{B}{\coprod} Y \,.

    In particular, if (B,ϕ B)(T,id T)(B,\phi_B) \;\coloneqq\; (T,id_T) is the initial object in 𝒞 T/\mathcal{C}^{T/}, in which case the cofiber product is just the coproduct

    (X,ϕ X)(Y,ϕ Y)=(X,ϕ X)(T,id T)(Y,ϕ Y) (X,\phi_X) \coprod (Y,\phi_Y) \;\;=\;\; (X,\phi_X) \underset{ (T,id_T) }{\coprod} (Y,\phi_Y)

    we find that the coproduct in the co-slice category is the co-fiber product under the given tip object in the underlying category

    U((X,ϕ X)(Y,ϕ Y))XTY. U \Big( \; (X,\phi_X) \coprod (Y,\phi_Y) \; \Big) \;\;\;\simeq\;\;\; X \underset{T}{\coprod} Y \,.

    diff, v14, current

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