Algebra I. Basic notions of algebra by A. I. Kostrikin, I. R. Shafarevich

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3, E). If every 'YJG is a natural equivalence then T will be said to preserve lilted paths. iii. Given any category ,AI and any functor G:,AI --+ C, then P induces a functor P G : [J X ,AI, tC]G --+ [J X ,AI,&l]PG (defined as above with * replaced by ,AI). AI to go ending at P G. We prefer to think of it as a "homotopy" ending at P G. AI, 6"]G with PH = F, then F can be "lifted" to a "homotopy" ending at G. AI, every such P G has a rari, then we shall say that homotopies have cartesian liftings.

Let P: C -+ BI be a fihration. Then the inclusion functors JB: CB -+ C preserve left limits (of a given type) for all BE BI if and only if the functors f* in any cleavage of P preserve left limits (of the same type) for all morphism8 f in B. Proof. Let D: -+ CB , let Eo = lim D (in CB ), let f: B' -+ B in BI and let = f* D (in CB ,).

AI to go ending at P G. We prefer to think of it as a "homotopy" ending at P G. AI, 6"]G with PH = F, then F can be "lifted" to a "homotopy" ending at G. AI, every such P G has a rari, then we shall say that homotopies have cartesian liftings. Now suppose P: 6" -* go and P: 6" -* go both satisfy this condition and T: 6" -* i with = P. AI-* 6", let QG = rari P G and PT * QTG = rari PTG . As before 1}G = VJ TGQG satisfies P TG 1}G = 1. If every such 1}G is a natural equivalence then T will be said to preserve lifted homotopies .

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