Dependent epimorphisms with respect to truncated types

Content created by Tom de Jong.

Created on 2023-11-27.
Last modified on 2023-11-27.

module foundation.dependent-epimorphisms-with-respect-to-truncated-types where
open import foundation.epimorphisms-with-respect-to-truncated-types
open import foundation.universe-levels

open import foundation-core.embeddings
open import foundation-core.precomposition-dependent-functions
open import foundation-core.truncated-types
open import foundation-core.truncation-levels


A dependent k-epimorphism is a map f : A → B such that the precomposition function

  - ∘ f : ((b : B) → C b) → ((a : A) → C (f a))

is an embedding for every family C of k-types over B.

Clearly, every dependent k-epimorphism is a k-epimorphism. The converse is also true, i.e., every k-epimorphism is a dependent k-epimorphism. Therefore it follows that a map f : A → B is k-acyclic if and only if it is a k-epimorphism, if and only if it is a dependent k-epimorphism.


The predicate of being a dependent k-epimorphism

module _
  {l1 l2 : Level} (k : 𝕋) {A : UU l1} {B : UU l2}

  is-dependent-epimorphism-Truncated-Type : (A  B)  UUω
  is-dependent-epimorphism-Truncated-Type f =
    {l : Level} (C : B  Truncated-Type l k) 
    is-emb (precomp-Π f  b  type-Truncated-Type (C b)))


Every dependent k-epimorphism is a k-epimorphism

module _
  {l1 l2 : Level} {k : 𝕋} {A : UU l1} {B : UU l2} (f : A  B)

  is-epimorphism-is-dependent-epimorphism-Truncated-Type :
    is-dependent-epimorphism-Truncated-Type k f 
    is-epimorphism-Truncated-Type k f
  is-epimorphism-is-dependent-epimorphism-Truncated-Type e X = e  _  X)

The converse of the above, that every k-epimorphism is a dependent k-epimorphism, can be found in the file on k-acyclic maps.

See also

Recent changes