By Michael Barr, Charles Wells

ISBN-10: 0133238091

ISBN-13: 9780133238099

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Since its domain and codomain are models, it is a homomorphism of models by de¯nition. 1. If F : ¡ ! is a homomorphism of sketches, we have de¯ned a functor Mod (F ) : Mod ( ) ¡ ! Mod ( ). 4 Proposition Mod : Sketchop ¡ ! Cat is a functor. The proof involves some simple checking and is left as an exercise. 1, we gave several examples of underlying set functors U : ¡ ! Set. 2 to a particular node of the sketch . For example, the underlying set functor U : Sem ¡ ! 8) is induced by the unique sketch homomorphism from to the sketch for semigroups that takes the only node of to s.

X00; C 00 ), then (v; g) ± 00 00 (u; f ) : (x; C) ¡ ! 9 Theorem Given a functor F : ¡ ! Cat, G( ; F ) is a category and the second projection is a functor P : G( ; F ) ¡ ! which is a split op¯bration with splitting ·(f; X) = (idF fx ; f ) : (x; C) ¡ ! (F fx; C 0) for any arrow f : C ¡ ! C 0 of and object (x; C) of G( ; F ). 2 The Grothendieck construction 47 We omit the proof of this theorem. G( ; F ) is called the crossed product £ F by some authors. It is instructive to compare this de¯nition with the discrete op¯bration constructed from a set-valued functor.

G0 ( ; F ) together with G0 (F ) is called the split discrete op¯bration induced by F , and is the base category of the op¯bration. If C is an object of , the inverse image under G0 (F ) of C is simply the set F (C), although its elements are written as pairs so as to form a disjoint union. This discrete op¯bration is indeed an op¯bration, in fact a split op¯bration. If f :C¡ ! C 0 in and (x; C) is an object of G0 ( ; F ), then an opcartesian arrow is (x; f ) : (x; C) ¡ ! (F f (x); C 0 ) (Exercise ES 2).

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