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category_theory.sites.dense_subsite

Dense subsites #

We define cover_dense functors into sites as functors such that there exists a covering sieve that factors through images of the functor for each object in D.

We will primarily consider cover-dense functors that are also full, since this notion is in general not well-behaved otherwise. Note that https://ncatlab.org/nlab/show/dense+sub-site indeed has a weaker notion of cover-dense that loosens this requirement, but it would not have all the properties we would need, and some sheafification would be needed for here and there.

Main results #

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structure category_theory.presieve.cover_by_image_structure {C : Type u_1} [category_theory.category C] {D : Type u_3} [category_theory.category D] (G : C D) {V U : D} (f : V U) :
Type (max u_1 u_4)

An auxiliary structure that witnesses the fact that f factors through an image object of G.

Instances for category_theory.presieve.cover_by_image_structure
  • category_theory.presieve.cover_by_image_structure.has_sizeof_inst
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theorem category_theory.presieve.cover_by_image_structure.fac_assoc {C : Type u_1} [category_theory.category C] {D : Type u_3} [category_theory.category D] {G : C D} {V U : D} {f : V U} (self : category_theory.presieve.cover_by_image_structure G f) {X' : D} (f' : U X') :
self.lift self.map f' = f f'

For a functor G : C ⥤ D, and an object U : D, presieve.cover_by_image G U is the presieve of U consisting of those arrows that factor through images of G.

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For a functor G : C ⥤ D, and an object U : D, sieve.cover_by_image G U is the sieve of U consisting of those arrows that factor through images of G.

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A functor G : (C, J) ⥤ (D, K) is called cover_dense if for each object in D, there exists a covering sieve in D that factors through images of G.

This definition can be found in https://ncatlab.org/nlab/show/dense+sub-site Definition 2.2.

theorem category_theory.cover_dense.ext {C : Type u_1} [category_theory.category C] {D : Type u_3} [category_theory.category D] {K : category_theory.grothendieck_topology D} {G : C D} (H : category_theory.cover_dense K G) (ℱ : category_theory.SheafOfTypes K) (X : D) {s t : ℱ.val.obj (opposite.op X)} (h : ⦃Y : C⦄ (f : G.obj Y X), ℱ.val.map f.op s = ℱ.val.map f.op t) :
s = t
@[simp]
theorem category_theory.cover_dense.hom_over_app {C : Type u_1} [category_theory.category C] {D : Type u_3} [category_theory.category D] {K : category_theory.grothendieck_topology D} {A : Type u_7} [category_theory.category A] {G : C D} {ℱ : Dᵒᵖ A} {ℱ' : category_theory.Sheaf K A} (α : G.op G.op ℱ'.val) (X : A) (X_1 : Cᵒᵖ) (ᾰ : (category_theory.coyoneda.obj (opposite.op X)).obj ((G.op ℱ).obj X_1)) :

(Implementation). Given an hom between the pullbacks of two sheaves, we can whisker it with coyoneda to obtain an hom between the pullbacks of the sheaves of maps from X.

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(Implementation). Given an iso between the pullbacks of two sheaves, we can whisker it with coyoneda to obtain an iso between the pullbacks of the sheaves of maps from X.

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theorem category_theory.cover_dense.iso_over_hom_app {C : Type u_1} [category_theory.category C] {D : Type u_3} [category_theory.category D] {K : category_theory.grothendieck_topology D} {A : Type u_7} [category_theory.category A] {G : C D} {ℱ ℱ' : category_theory.Sheaf K A} (α : G.op ℱ.val G.op ℱ'.val) (X : A) (X_1 : Cᵒᵖ) (ᾰ : (category_theory.coyoneda.obj (opposite.op X)).obj ((G.op ℱ.val).obj X_1)) :
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theorem category_theory.cover_dense.iso_over_inv_app {C : Type u_1} [category_theory.category C] {D : Type u_3} [category_theory.category D] {K : category_theory.grothendieck_topology D} {A : Type u_7} [category_theory.category A] {G : C D} {ℱ ℱ' : category_theory.Sheaf K A} (α : G.op ℱ.val G.op ℱ'.val) (X : A) (X_1 : Cᵒᵖ) (ᾰ : (category_theory.coyoneda.obj (opposite.op X)).obj ((G.op ℱ'.val).obj X_1)) :
@[simp, nolint]

(Implementation). Given a section of on X, we can obtain a family of elements valued in ℱ' that is defined on a cover generated by the images of G.

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(Implementation). The pushforward_family defined is compatible.

(Implementation). The morphism ℱ(X) ⟶ ℱ'(X) given by gluing the pushforward_family.

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(Implementation). The maps given in app_iso is inverse to each other and gives a ℱ(X) ≅ ℱ'(X).

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Given an natural transformation G ⋙ ℱ ⟶ G ⋙ ℱ' between presheaves of types, where G is full and cover-dense, and ℱ' is a sheaf, we may obtain a natural transformation between sheaves.

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Given an natural isomorphism G ⋙ ℱ ≅ G ⋙ ℱ' between presheaves of types, where G is full and cover-dense, and ℱ, ℱ' are sheaves, we may obtain a natural isomorphism between presheaves.

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Given an natural isomorphism G ⋙ ℱ ≅ G ⋙ ℱ' between presheaves of types, where G is full and cover-dense, and ℱ, ℱ' are sheaves, we may obtain a natural isomorphism between sheaves.

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(Implementation). sheaf_coyoneda_hom but the order of the arguments of the functor are swapped.

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Given an natural transformation G ⋙ ℱ ⟶ G ⋙ ℱ' between presheaves of arbitrary category, where G is full and cover-dense, and ℱ' is a sheaf, we may obtain a natural transformation between presheaves.

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Given an natural isomorphism G ⋙ ℱ ≅ G ⋙ ℱ' between presheaves of arbitrary category, where G is full and cover-dense, and ℱ', ℱ are sheaves, we may obtain a natural isomorphism between presheaves.

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Given an natural isomorphism G ⋙ ℱ ≅ G ⋙ ℱ' between presheaves of arbitrary category, where G is full and cover-dense, and ℱ', ℱ are sheaves, we may obtain a natural isomorphism between presheaves.

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The constructed sheaf_hom α is equal to α when restricted onto C.

If the pullback map is obtained via whiskering, then the result sheaf_hom (whisker_left G.op α) is equal to α.

A full and cover-dense functor G induces an equivalence between morphisms into a sheaf and morphisms over the restrictions via G.

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Given a full and cover-dense functor G and a natural transformation of sheaves α : ℱ ⟶ ℱ', if the pullback of α along G is iso, then α is also iso.