TY - JOUR

T1 - Mahavier completeness and classifying diagrams

AU - Maehara, Yuki

AU - Weiss, Ittay

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PY - 2017/9/15

Y1 - 2017/9/15

N2 - Generalised inverse limits of compacta were introduced by Ingram and Mahavier in 2006. The main difference between ordinary inverse limits and their generalised cousins is that the former concerns diagrams of singlevalued functions while the latter permits multivalued functions. However, generalised inverse limits are not merely limits in the Kleisli category of a hyperspace monad, a fact that independently motivated each of the authors of this article to come up with the same formalism which restores the link with category theory through the concept of Mahavier limit of an order diagram in an order extension of a category B. Mahavier limits of diagrams in B coincide with ordinary limits in B, and so Mahavier limits are an extension of ordinary limits along the functor that views an ordinary diagram as a diagram in the extension. Within that context it is natural to consider Mahavier completeness, namely when all small diagrams admit Mahavier limits, as well as classifying diagrams, namely the existence of a right adjoint to the mentioned functor on diagrams. In this work we show that these two conditions are equivalent, and we study some of the properties of classifying diagrams and of the adjunction.

AB - Generalised inverse limits of compacta were introduced by Ingram and Mahavier in 2006. The main difference between ordinary inverse limits and their generalised cousins is that the former concerns diagrams of singlevalued functions while the latter permits multivalued functions. However, generalised inverse limits are not merely limits in the Kleisli category of a hyperspace monad, a fact that independently motivated each of the authors of this article to come up with the same formalism which restores the link with category theory through the concept of Mahavier limit of an order diagram in an order extension of a category B. Mahavier limits of diagrams in B coincide with ordinary limits in B, and so Mahavier limits are an extension of ordinary limits along the functor that views an ordinary diagram as a diagram in the extension. Within that context it is natural to consider Mahavier completeness, namely when all small diagrams admit Mahavier limits, as well as classifying diagrams, namely the existence of a right adjoint to the mentioned functor on diagrams. In this work we show that these two conditions are equivalent, and we study some of the properties of classifying diagrams and of the adjunction.

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U2 - 10.1016/j.topol.2017.07.007

DO - 10.1016/j.topol.2017.07.007

M3 - Article

AN - SCOPUS:85025468598

SN - 0166-8641

VL - 229

SP - 55

EP - 69

JO - Topology and its Applications

JF - Topology and its Applications

ER -