By Klaus Heiner Kamps; T Porter
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O Remark. In order to develop what might be called the foundations of (classical) homotopy theory it is sufficient, as we shall see , to assume Kan conditions in low dimensions, 2 and 3. This fact allows one to visualize boxes and fillers as shown above. The reader is advised to do so whenever possible. This will help to create ideas and to understand proofs better. 1)) can be obtained by means of the Kan condition NE(2) . 7). If I satisfies the Kan condition NE(2,1 ,1) then there is a natural transformation i : ( ) x I ~ ( ) x I with ieo = el and iel = eo.
If for some n, Q satisfies E(n , v, k) for all v = 0, 1, k = 1, · . , n, we say that Q satisfies the Kan condition E(n). Example. A (2,1,1)-box 'Y = (,6,-,'Y6,'Yt) and a filler oX of'Y can be illustrated by the following figure. 2 ('Y6)1 = ('no 'Yl (,6)0 = (,6)0 'Y6 ~~ CIHA) ~ Al (2,1,1)-box In dimension 3, a box is a hollow cube with one face missing. Such a 24 box can be unfolded and displayed in the plane. (rr~r ('1'12)21 "d 'Yt 'YJ 1'5 1'3 (r3)} (3 ,1,1)-box For n E IN, we let G n : Cub ---+ Sets be the functor into the category of sets.
5). A cylinder I on a category C is said to satisfy the Kan condition E(n,v,k) (0 ~ v ~ 1, 1 ~ k ~ n) if for any objects X, Y of C, the cubical set QI(X, Y) satisfies the Kan condition E(n, v, k) . We say I satisfies the Kan condition NE(n,v,k) if there is a natural transformation ). : G(n,v,k)QI ---t GnQI, such that for any X, Y, objects in C, is a filler map. If, in addition , each )'(X, Y) is compatible with degeneracies, I is 26 said to satisfy the Kan condition DNE(n,lI,k). If for some n, I satisfies E(n, II, k) (resp.
Abstract homotopy and simple homotopy theory by Klaus Heiner Kamps; T Porter