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Bott-Samelson theorem for simplicial sets

Let $X\in \mathrm{sSet}$ and $FX$ be the Milnor's construction (model for $\Omega\Sigma |X|$) - in each dimension $n$ this is the free group on $X_n$ with one relation $*=1$. I'm interested in ...
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cohomology ring of compact submanifolds of Euclidean spaces

Suppose we have a compact $m$-dimensional submanifold $M$ of $\mathbb{R}^N$ and we want to know the cohomology ring $H^*(M;\mathbb{Z})$. Let $\epsilon>0$ and a $m$-dimensional finite simplicial ...
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Basic technical things about simplicial sets to have a good understanding of quasicategories

May someone provide me the list of basic techniques about simplicial sets, in order to have a good understanding of the definition of a quasicategories, $\infty$-topos, $\infty$-stacks, ...
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Test categories applied to Dold-Kan correspondence?

Let's see how this goes, this might be a bit rushed, if you spot any mistakes feel free to correct them. A test category $X$ is a category that can be used in place of the simplex category $\Delta$ to ...
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Grothendieck - A group as a sheaf over simplicial complexes

In this blog post, Terence Tao gives the following definition of a group. Definition. A group is (identifiable with) a (set-valued) sheaf on the category of simplicial complexes such that the ...
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P.G.Goerss, J.F.Jardine, “Simplicial Homotopy Theory” prerequisites

I know that such questions may be better suited for math.stackexchange, but I believe that that the topic of simplicial homotopy theory is advanced enough for mathoverflow. Besides, I know that there ...
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Is this almost-cosimplicial object familiar?

I have a sequence $X_0,X_1,\ldots$ of Abelian groups, along with face maps $d_0,\ldots, d_n: X_{n-1}\to X_n$ which satisfy the standard cosimplicial identities EXCEPT at the very bottom, where in ...
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Categorical or simplicial introduction to modern homotopy theory

I've heard some people saying that it would be easier to study homotopy theory first through simplicial sets. First, i thought that these people were not being serious. But it caught me wondering... ...
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Extending a left fibration along an inner horn

Let $\Lambda^n_i \subseteq \Delta^n$ be an inner horn, and let $X \rightarrow \Lambda^n_i$ be a left fibration. Does there exist a left fibration $Y \rightarrow \Delta^n$ such that $X = Y ...
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Cofibrancy of simplicial objects [duplicate]

Let $\mathcal{C}$ be a site. Consider $sPsh(\mathcal{C})$ be the equipped with the local projective model structure. Let $C_{\bullet}$ be a cofibrant object in $\mathcal{C}$ and let $y(C_\bullet)$ be ...
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Symmetric sub-simplicial sets of the nerve of $\mathbb{N}$

The nerve of $\mathbb{N}$ is the simplicial set $N\mathbb{N}$ with simplices: tuples $(k_1,\ldots, k_r)$ with each $k_i\in \mathbb{N}$ degeneracies: inserting $0$ faces: adding consecutive entries ...
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explicit description of the cosimplicial simplicial set $Q^{\bullet}$

I'm struggling to understand the explicit description of the cosimplicial simplicial set $Q^{\bullet}$ on page 76 (section 2.2.2) of Lurie's book Higher Topos Theory, and would be grateful if someone ...
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What is this construction using iterated face maps of semisimplicial sets?

Let $X$ be a semisimplicial set (face maps but no degeneracy maps). Fix a positive integer $k$. Let $Y_n$ be $X_{(n+1)k}$ and then define $\partial^Y_i:Y_n\to Y_{n-1}$ by $$\partial^Y_i = ...
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Polynomial differential forms on $BG$

Let $\Omega^{*}_{\text{poly}}\: : \: sSet\to dg_{\geq 0}Comm_{+}$ be the polynomial De Rahm functor on simplicial sets, where the codomain is the category of commutative differential graded algebras ...
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Item (4) in Lurie's definition of the class of marked anodyne morphisms

I have a question concerning Remark 3.1.1.3 in Lurie's "Higher Topos Theory" about the definition of the class of marked anodyne morphisms. There, it is mentioned that "it suffices to allow $K$ to ...
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Pullback-stable model of fibrewise suspension of fibrations (in simplicial sets, or similar setting)

Given a fibration $p : Y \to X$ in simplicial sets (or any other model category), there are various ways to construct its fibrewise suspension, i.e. its suspension as an object of the slice ...
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Basic questions about simplicial commutative rings

I am trying to learn about simplicial commutative rings, and would be grateful if one can help with some basic facts about them. Basically, I would like to understand how to do homological algebra ...
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For a simplicial set $X$, is the category of non-degenerate simplices of $X$ a full subcategory of the category of simplices of $X$?

I'm slightly confused, but I think you can help me. Let $X$ be a simplicial set. The category of simplices of $X$ and its subcategory of non-degenerate simplices are defined at ...
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$E_{\infty}$ $R$-algebras vs commutative DG $R$-algebras vs simplicial commutative $R$-algebras

I've been trying to understand better the relation between the basic blocks of derived algebraic geometry. More precisely, I'm trying to understand the relation between the DG approach, the spectral ...
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Does the fat geometric realization take limits to homotopy limits?

I am deeply confused about geometric realizations and finite limits. Suppose that I am working with simplicial sets (I dont need simplicial spaces) that are "good" in the sense of Segal so that I can ...
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Is the dg-nerve functor a Quillen equivalence?

Lurie defines the dg-nerve $N_{dg}(\mathcal{C})$ of a dg-category $\mathcal{C}$ in Higher Algebra Construction 1.3.1.6: for each $n \geq 0$, we define $N_{dg}(\mathcal{C})_n\simeq ...
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Does a topological hypercover always have free degeneracies?

This question arises when I am reading Dugger and Isaksen's "Hypercovers in topology". According to Definition 4.1 in that paper, A hypercover of a space $X$ is an augmented simplicial space $U_*\to ...
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Why should we regard $PL(M)$ as a simplicial group?

Let $M$ be a manifold. If $M$ is smooth, it is clear what $\text{Diff}(M)$ should be, namely it should be the set of diffeomorphisms of $M$ equipped with the topology in which a sequence of ...
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Is the simplicial set $(\Delta_3/\partial \Delta_3)^{\Delta_1}$ finite?

A simplicial set is called finite if it has only a finite number of non degenerate simplicies (or equivalently, if its number of $n$-simplicies grows polynomially with $n$). In an answer to a ...
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Equivalent definition of a Kan fibration

It is known (follows for example from Proposition 4.2 of Simplicial Homotopy Theory by Goerss and Jardine) that a Kan-fibration can be defined as a map having the right lifting property with respect ...
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Natural transformations induce homotopies - Is this true in the “fat” world?

Let $\mathcal{C}, \mathcal{D}$ be categories internal to topological spaces (or compactly generated Hausdorff spaces, if you like) $F,G\colon\mathcal{C}\rightarrow\mathcal{D}$ be continuous functors ...
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Does the fat realization of simplicial spaces commute with finite limits up to homotopy?

I'm willing to work in the category of compactly generated Hausdorff spaces. The ordinary geometric realization of a simplicial space commutes with taking pullbacks and preserves the terminal object, ...
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Does it require Reedy fibrancy when we want the totalization to be weakly equivalent to the homotopy limit?

This question arises when I am reading the last two Chapter of Hirschhorn's "Model categories and their localizations" In Part (2) of Theorem 19.8.4 of that book it says If ...
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Internal Hom on simplicial presheaves and the preservation of cofibrant objects

1)Let $\mathcal{C}$ be a cartesian closed small category. Let $\operatorname{Map}\: : \: sPsh(\mathcal{C})\times sPsh(\mathcal{C})\to sPsh(\mathcal{C})$ be the internal Hom of simplicial presheaves, ...
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Building $(\infty,2)$-categories from $\infty$-categories

Let $Y$ be a marked simplicial set, whose underlying simplicial set is also denoted by $Y$. Let $X$ be a scaled simplicial set such that the decalage of its underlying simplicial set is $Y$. $X$ is ...
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smash product of pointed spaces preserve weak equivalences

Consider the category of pointed simplicial sets with usual notion of weak equivalence. The question is does the functor $$Y \mapsto X\wedge Y$$ preserve weak equivalences? or at the very least does ...
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Segal maps for Segal precategories

A Segal precategory is just a simplicial space $X:\Delta^{op} \to sSet$ such that its $0$-th space is discrete (i.e. constant). A Segal category is defined everywhere in the literature as a Segal ...
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Homotopy pullback preserving functor

In the paper http://arxiv.org/pdf/math/0101162.pdf, the authors claim during the proof of Prop. 4.2 that a functor $F:A \to B$ which preserves fibrations and weak equivalences preserves homotopy ...
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Verifying that $\epsilon^!$ is indeed the right adjoint of $\epsilon_*$ in the context of algebraic stacks

The question is about the last paragraph of Remark 12.4.3 in the book on algebraic stacks by Laumon and Moret-Bailly. Let $S$ be a (quasi-separated) scheme and let $\mathscr{X}$ be an algebraic stack ...
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The classifying space of an infinite totally ordered set is contractible

I asked this question on math.stackexchange, but no one answered. Let $(X,\le)$ be a totally ordered set. Regarding it as a category, it has a classifying space $B(X,\le)=|N_\bullet(X,\le)|$. This ...
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Generalize $\pi_0(B\mathcal{C})\cong\{\text{objects}\}/\{\text{morphisms}\}$ to categories internal to topological spaces

Warmup: Let $\mathcal{C}$ be an ordinary category. Denote by $$B\mathcal{C}=(\coprod_{i\in\mathbb{N_0}}N_{i}(\mathcal{C})\times\Delta^i)/\tilde{}$$ its classifying space, i.e. the geometric ...
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$\pi_0$ of a cosimplicial space

Let $n\mapsto X^n$ be a cosimplicial simplicial set and $X:= \underset{\longleftarrow}{\rm holim}\ X^n$ the homotopy limit. Is the natural map $$ \pi_0(X) \to \underset{\longleftarrow}{\rm lim}\ ...
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Contraction of simplicial presheaves

Let $X,Y$ be two simplicial presheaves on a small category $\mathcal{C}$, let $*$ be the final simplicial presheaf. Consider the category of simplicial presheaves equipped with its projective model ...
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Technical lemma about frame and cosimplicial resolution

I'm reading the Hirschhorn's book model categories and their localization and I have a question about frames and resolutions. Following the book (definition 16.6.1) a cosimplicial frame on an object ...
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Homotopy invariance of Kan nerve of simplicial categories

The following question concerns the well-known paper of Dwyer and Kan "Localization of Simplicial Categories". They define a nerve for simplicial categories (with fixed set of objects $O$), by the ...
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Monoidal structure on simplicial sheaves

Let $\mathcal{C}$ be a site and let $sPh(\mathcal{C})_{proj}$ be the category of simplicial presheaves equipped with the projective model structure. This category is a closed monoidal model category ...
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Is there a higher, “orientalish” version of geometric realisation?

Geometric realisation of simplicial sets can be roughly thought of like this: In some category $\mathcal{C}$, we choose an object for every abstract $n$-simplex. In topological spaces, we would ...
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Glueing a property via homotopy colimits

I have a problem concerning a fact which is stated without proof in this Rezk's draft: http://www.math.uiuc.edu/~rezk/i-hate-the-pi-star-kan-condition.pdf . In the proof of Lemma 2.11, we are given a ...
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Continuous maps to fat geometric realizations of simplicial spaces

The nLab page on partitions of unity mentions the application of partitions of unity as a way to construct continuous maps to geometric realizations of simplicial spaces. However I often feel ...
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Criterion for projectively cofibrant diagrams? [duplicate]

(repost from math.stackexchange) Let $\mathbf{D}$ be a small category, $\mathbf{Set}$ the category of sets and $\mathbf{sSet}$ the category of simplicial sets with its usual model structure. The ...
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Does the kan extension preserves contractible presheaves?

Let $\mathcal{C}$, $\mathcal{D}$ be two small categories. Let $f\: : \: \mathcal{C}\to \mathcal{D}$ be a functor. Then it induces a functor $$ f^{*}\: : \: sPsh(\mathcal{D})\to sPsh(\mathcal{C}) $$ ...
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Canonical colimit and cartesian product of simplicial sets

Let $K$ be a simplicial set and let $\Delta K$ be the category of simplices, i.e the category where the objects are simplicial maps $$ \Delta[n]\to K $$ and the maps $\phi\: : \: (\Delta[n]\to K)\to ...
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Lemma 2.1.1.4 in Lurie's HTT

I have encountered a problem in understanding Lurie's proof of the following fact: "Given a left fibration between simplicial sets $q:X \to S$, there exists a functor $$ho(S) \to Ho(sSet)$$ which is ...
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Topological Grothendieck Construction

Let $C$ be a small category and $F\colon C^{op}\rightarrow Set$ a functor. The Grothendieck construction is the category $F\wr C$ with objects being pairs $(c,x)$ where $c$ is a object of $C$ and ...
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Replacing functors by topologically or simplicially enriched functors

I believe it is true that if a functor $F:Top\to Top$ preserves weak homotopy equivalences then it is related by a natural weak equivalence to some other such functor that is in some sense continuous, ...