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Infinity groupoid objects

I was wondering if there is a model-theoretic way of defining the infinity category of infinity-groupoid objects in a category $C$ (more generally, if $C$ is an infinity category itself, but, right ...
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Is model structure on CatSet unique?

On the category CatSet of usual set based categories, there is a "folk" model structure, as described on the first page of Model structures for homotopy of internal categories by T. Everaert, R.W. ...
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What are surprising examples of Model Categories?

Background Model categories are an axiomization of the machinery underlying the study of topological spaces up to homotopy equivalence. They consist of a category $C$, together with three ...
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Analogs of left, right, inner, and Kan fibrations in CGWH

It is a theorem that the category of compactly generated weakly Hausdorff (CGWH) spaces is Quillen equivalent to the category of simplicial sets with the Kan model structure. However, I know next to ...
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Homotopy Limits over Fibered Categories

Suppose I have a small category $ \mathcal{C} $ which is fibered over some category $\mathcal{I}$ in the categorical sense. That is, there is a functor $\pi : \mathcal{C} \rightarrow \mathcal{I}$ ...
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Is there an additive model of the stable homotopy category?

Is there a model category $C$ on an additive category such that its homotopy category $Ho(C)$ is the stable homotopy category of spectra and the additive structure on $Ho(C)$ is induced from that on ...
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Motivation for the covariant model structure on SSet/S

I was reading HTT 2.1.4, and I just totally lost what was going on. Could someone provide some motivation for this section? Why do we want another model structure? I'm sorry for not providing ...
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characterization of cofibrations in CW-complexes with G-action

Is there a condition for a $G$-equivariant map $X \to Y$ to be a cofibration of $G$-spaces? Here $X$ and $Y$ are CW complexes, the group $G$ is finite, and acts by cellular maps. I am using the model ...
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A Peculiar Model Structure on Simplicial Sets?

I'm wondering if there is a Quillen model structure on the category of simplicial sets which generalizes the usual model structure, but where every simplicial set is fibrant? I want to use this to do ...
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transfinite composition of weak equivalences in sSet

Weak equivalences in the standard model structure on simplicial sets are allegedly closed under transfinite composition. What's a reference for that?
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Five lemma in HoTop* and arbitrary pointed model categories

Let $\textbf{HoTop}^*$ be the homotopy category of pointed topological spaces. In the following, the word "isomorphism" shall always mean isomorphism in $\textbf{HoTop}^*$, i.e. pointed homotopy ...
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Equivariant map preserves stabilizer

Let $G$ be a group and $X$ a set equipped with a transitive right $G$-action. Further, let $c: X\to X$ be a $G$-equivariant map. Is it true that $\text{Stab}(x) = \text{Stab}(c(x))$ for all $x\in X$? ...
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Homotopy Pushouts via Model Structure in Top

As far as I know, one way to take a homotopy colimit in a model category is to replace (up to acyclic fibration) all arrows in the diagram with cofibrations, and take the strict colimit of the ...
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Model Structure/Homotopy Pushouts in topological monoids?

Let C be the category of topological monoids, that is, the category of monoids in (Top, $\times$). Can the model category structure on Top (Serre fibrations, cofibrations, weak homotopy ...
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Are non-empty finite sets a Grothendieck test category?

A "test category" is a certain kind of small category $A$ which turns out to have the following property: the category $\widehat{A}$ of presheaves of sets on $A$ admits a model category structure, ...
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Model category structure on Set without axiom of choice

There is a model category structure on Set in which the cofibrations are the monomorphisms, the fibrations are maps which are either epimorphisms or have empty domain, and the weak equivalences are ...
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What are the fibrant objects in the injective model structure?

If C is a small category, we can consider the category of simplicial presheaves on C. This is a model category in two natural ways which are compatible with the usual model structure on simplicial ...
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Homotopy pullbacks and homotopy pushouts

I have a good grasp of ordinary pullbacks and pushouts; in particular, there are many categorical constructions that can be seen as special cases: e.g., equalizers/coequalizers, kernerls/cokernels, ...
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Are injective Omega-spectra the S-local objects of symmetric spectra for some class S?

I am trying to read the Hovey-Shipley-Smith article as defining the stable model structure on symmetric spectra as a left Bousfield localization (as explained on nLab) of the projective level model ...
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Local Joyal-simplicial presheaves?

It is well known that left Bousfield localizations of the global functor model category $Func(C^{op}, SSet_{standard})$ of functors with values in simplicial sets equipped with the standard model ...
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Abstract Relation between Presehaves and Simplicial Sets

Every presheaf (let's say on a topological space) comes with restriction maps. The open sets of a topological space are ordered by inclusion and these inclusions yield the restrictions. Now a sheaf ...
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global fibrations of simplicial sheaves

I'm reading the classical Brown-Gersten's paper "Algebraic K-theory as generalized sheaf cohomology" and I'm stuck with their choose of global fibrations. Namely, a morphism of simplicial sheaves $p : ...
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Model structure of commutative dg-algebras inside all dg-algebras

Most of the literature considers the standard model category structure on (graded) commutative differential algebras. But this generalizes to all (not-necessarily commutative) dg-algebras. Details ...
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Categories which are not compactly generated

Do you know natural examples of triangulated categories (or [presentable] stable $\infty$-categories) which are not compactly generated? (ideally they'd be defined algebraically, but curious to hear ...
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simplicial deRham complex and model category structure

To every simplicial manifold is associated its simplicial deRham complex. Is there any literature that discusses explicitly to which extent this classical construction, regarded as a (contravariant) ...
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How to think about model categories?

I've read about model categories from an Appendix to one of Lurie's papers. What are the examples of model categories? What should be my intuition about them? E.g. I understand the typical examples ...
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Are generalized cohomology theories a homotopy category of some category of invariants?

I was taught to think of generalized cohomology theories as the homotopy category of (symmetric) spectra. But is there also a category of 'invariants', that is, some category of contravariant functors ...
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Derived categories and homotopy categories

There are two constructions that look quite similar to me: the derived category of an abelian category, and the homotopy category of a model category. Is there any explicit relationship between these ...
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Model category structures on categories of complexes in abelian categories

Section 2.3 of Hovey's Model Categories book defines a model category structure on Ch(R-Mod), the category of chain complexes of R-modules, where R is a ring. Lemma 2.3.6 then essentially states (I ...