Algebra IV: Infinite Groups. Linear Groups (Encyclopaedia of by A.I. Kostrikin, I.R. Shafarevich, J. Wiegold, A.Yu.

By A.I. Kostrikin, I.R. Shafarevich, J. Wiegold, A.Yu. Ol'shanskij, A.L. Shmel'kin, A.E. Zalesskij

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BM). A map is in fibM (resp. fibM ∩ wM) if and only if it has the right lifting property with respect to the maps in cofM ∩ wM (resp. cofM). 3. Two of cofM, fibM and wM determine the third. 44 B. I. Dundas 4. The classes of maps cofM, fibM and wM form subcategories of M containing all objects (and all isomorphisms). 5. If i A −−−−→ C     g f j B −−−−→ D is a commutative square in M we have that a) if the square is a pushout square and i is a (trivial) cofibration, then so is j. b) if the square is a pullback square and f is a (trivial) fibration, then so is g.

The inclusion of the horn, here illustrated with n = 2 and k = 0. The 0th horn is generated by all faces but the 0th , which is the face opposite to the 0th -vertex Obviously, the inclusion of the horn into the standard simplex is a weak equivalence. If you realize, you get that |Λk [n]| ⊆ |∆[n]| is a deformation retract: The inclusion |Λ0 [2]| ⊆ |∆[2]| is a deformation retract by the retraction illustrated However, there is no retraction before realizing. This is the only bad thing about simplicial sets, and unfortunately there is no pain-free cure.

8 Using the small object argument again we get that given any map f : X → Y there exists a (functorial) factorization X 1 ιf ∼ G Zf φf GGY of f into a inclusion that is a weak equivalence followed by a fibration. 9 In the literature fibrations of simplicial sets are often referred to as Kan fibrations and fibrant simplicial sets as Kan complexes. 10 If i : A ⊆ B and f : X → Y is a fibration, then the canonical map (i, p)∗ : S(B, X) → S(B, Y ) ×S(A,Y ) S(A, X) is a fibration. If either i or f are weak equivalences then so is (i, p)∗ .

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