Combinatorial, Algebraic, and Topological Representations of by Ales Pultr, Vera Trnkova

By Ales Pultr, Vera Trnkova

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Also has the properties, ,9’ and is called the inverse of a. Often it is denoted by a - ’ . = b ( a p ) = ( / ? ’ a ) b= b) 31 $3. 9. ) in %*P. ) in a', But a can be a mono- or epimorphism in 'U' without being so in a. ( 3 ) On the other hand, an isomorphism from 2l' is an isomorphism in 2l, and a non-isomorphic a from YI' can still be an isomorphism in Z. (4) If 2l' is full, an a from a'which is an isomorphism in 2I is an isomorphism in W. 10. Let 2l and 23 be categories. A functor F : YI 23 consists of two mappings (which are customarily denoted by the same symbol, namely by the one used to denote the whole functor), the one mapping obj2l into obj23, the other mapping the class of morphisms of into that of 23, such that: --+ (1) (2) (3) For a : a + b, F(a F(1a) 0 F(a): F(a) + F ( b ) , lF(a)3 p) = F(a) F ( B ) .

2. If Y is an A-ary relation on X and s an A-ary relation on ping f : X -+ Y is said to be an rs-homomorphism if for every a from r, the composition fo a map- a is in s. It is also said that the mapping f is rs-compatible. If not necessary, the relations are not explicitly mentioned and we speak only about a homomorphism or a compatible mapping. 3. Remark. For binary relations, (x, y ) E R is mostly written a5 X Ry (in the case of partial orderings almost exclusively so). g. for partially ordered sets ( X , <), (E; <) the homomorphisms are exactly the monotone mappings (defined by x < y f ( x )

1. A category 'u consists of the following: (1) a class A, called the class of objects of 'u, (2) sets M(a, b) given for each two objects a and b in A such that, for (a, b) =+ (c, d), M(a, b) n M(c, d) = 0; the elements of M(a, b) are called morpRisms from a to b, (3) an element e, of M ( a , a) for every a E A ; e, is called the unit or the identity of the object a, (4) mappings mabc:M(b, c) x M(a, b) + M(a, c) for all the triples of objects a, b, c such that: m(m(r, D), a) = m(y, 4% a)) > (4 m(a, e,) = m(eb, B) = a ; (b) the mapping m is called the composition of 'u.

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