Let C be an $(\infty,1)$category, incarnated as a complete Segal space, hence in particular a bisimplicial set. Is there a model structure on the slice category of bisimplicial sets over C which presents the $(\infty,1)$presheaf category of C? Ideally, such a model structure would be Quillen equivalent to the contravariant model structure over a quasicategory incarnation of C, and to the projective model structure for simplicial presheaves on a simplicialcategory incarnation of C.
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Yes. Let $W$ be a complete Segal space, thought of as a simplicial "space" $(W_q)$. The fibrant objects of your model category will be the fibrations $f:X\to W$ such that for each simplicial operator $\delta:[q]\to [p]$ with $\delta(q)=p$, the evident map from $X_p$ to the pullback of $$X_q \xrightarrow{f} W_q \xleftarrow{\delta} W_p$$ is a weak equivalence of spaces. (Edit: in fact, it suffices to require the evident map to the pullback to be a weak equivalence only for $\delta:[0]\to[p]$ with $\delta(0)=p$.) I worked out some of this years ago, but never finished it; somebody should do this (or perhaps someone has already?). Lurie has done pretty much exactly the same thing in the context of quasicategories, in HTT. 

