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data.equiv.embedding

Equivalences on embeddings #

This file shows some advanced equivalences on embeddings, useful for constructing larger embeddings from smaller ones.

def equiv.sum_embedding_equiv_prod_embedding_disjoint {α : Type u_1} {β : Type u_2} {γ : Type u_3} :
β γ) {f // disjoint (set.range (f.fst)) (set.range (f.snd))}

Embeddings from a sum type are equivalent to two separate embeddings with disjoint ranges.

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def equiv.cod_restrict (α : Type u_1) {β : Type u_2} (bs : set β) :
{f // ∀ (a : α), f a bs} bs)

Embeddings whose range lies within a set are equivalent to embeddings to that set. This is function.embedding.cod_restrict as an equiv.

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def equiv.prod_embedding_disjoint_equiv_sigma_embedding_restricted {α : Type u_1} {β : Type u_2} {γ : Type u_3} :
{f // disjoint (set.range (f.fst)) (set.range (f.snd))} Σ (f : α γ), β (set.range f)

Pairs of embeddings with disjoint ranges are equivalent to a dependent sum of embeddings, in which the second embedding cannot take values in the range of the first.

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def equiv.sum_embedding_equiv_sigma_embedding_restricted {α : Type u_1} {β : Type u_2} {γ : Type u_3} :
β γ) Σ (f : α γ), β (set.range f)

A combination of the above results, allowing us to turn one embedding over a sum type into two dependent embeddings, the second of which avoids any members of the range of the first. This is helpful for constructing larger embeddings out of smaller ones.

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def equiv.unique_embedding_equiv_result {α : Type u_1} {β : Type u_2} [unique α] :
β) β

Embeddings from a single-member type are equivalent to members of the target type.

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