* [HoTT] Question regarding terminology regarding injectivity of objects
@ 2019-02-08 21:06 Martín Hötzel Escardó
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From: Martín Hötzel Escardó @ 2019-02-08 21:06 UTC (permalink / raw)
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Question regarding terminology regarding injectivity of objects:
(1) An object D is called injective over an arrow j:X->Y if the
hom(Y,D) -> hom(X,D)
g |-> g o j
is a surjection. This is fairly standard terminology (where does it come
from, by the way).
(2) I am working with the situation where the restriction map is a **split**
I thought of the terminology "D is split injective over j", but perhaps
this is awkward. Is there a standard terminology for this notion. Or,
failing that, a terminology that at least one person has already used in
the literature or in the folklore. Or, failing that too, a good suggestion
by any of you?
(Before anybody says that there is no difference assuming choice, I remark
that I am interested in the "infty-category of types (in a universe)" in
HoTT/UF, where the homs are infty-groupoids and so the section has to be a
morphism, not just a theoretical function.)
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