Uniquely eliminating modalities

Content created by Fredrik Bakke, Egbert Rijke and Jonathan Prieto-Cubides.

Created on 2023-03-09.
Last modified on 2024-01-11.

module orthogonal-factorization-systems.uniquely-eliminating-modalities where
Imports
open import foundation.action-on-identifications-functions
open import foundation.contractible-maps
open import foundation.contractible-types
open import foundation.dependent-pair-types
open import foundation.equivalences
open import foundation.function-extensionality
open import foundation.function-types
open import foundation.homotopies
open import foundation.identity-types
open import foundation.propositions
open import foundation.univalence
open import foundation.universe-levels

open import orthogonal-factorization-systems.local-types
open import orthogonal-factorization-systems.modal-operators

Idea

A uniquely eliminating modality is a higher mode of logic defined in terms of a monadic modal operator satisfying a certain locality condition. Namely, that dependent precomposition by the modal unit unit-○ is an equivalence for type families over types in the image of the operator:

  - ∘ unit-○ : Π (x : ○ X) (○ (P x)) ≃ Π (x : X) (○ (P (unit-○ x)))

Definition

is-uniquely-eliminating-modality :
  {l1 l2 : Level} { : operator-modality l1 l2} 
  unit-modality   UU (lsuc l1  l2)
is-uniquely-eliminating-modality {l1} {l2} {} unit-○ =
  {X : UU l1} (P :  X  UU l1)  is-local-dependent-type (unit-○) (  P)

uniquely-eliminating-modality : (l1 l2 : Level)  UU (lsuc l1  lsuc l2)
uniquely-eliminating-modality l1 l2 =
  Σ ( operator-modality l1 l2)
    ( λ  
      Σ ( unit-modality )
        ( is-uniquely-eliminating-modality))

Components of a uniquely eliminating modality

module _
  {l1 l2 : Level} { : operator-modality l1 l2} {unit-○ : unit-modality }
  (is-uem-○ : is-uniquely-eliminating-modality unit-○)
  where

  ind-modality-is-uniquely-eliminating-modality :
    {X : UU l1} (P :  X  UU l1) 
    ((x : X)   (P (unit-○ x)))  (x' :  X)   (P x')
  ind-modality-is-uniquely-eliminating-modality P =
    map-inv-is-equiv (is-uem-○ P)

  compute-ind-modality-is-uniquely-eliminating-modality :
    {X : UU l1} (P :  X  UU l1) (f : (x : X)   (P (unit-○ x))) 
    (pr1 (pr1 (is-uem-○ P)) f  unit-○) ~ f
  compute-ind-modality-is-uniquely-eliminating-modality P =
    htpy-eq  pr2 (pr1 (is-uem-○ P))

module _
  {l1 l2 : Level}
  (( , unit-○ , is-uem-○) : uniquely-eliminating-modality l1 l2)
  where

  operator-modality-uniquely-eliminating-modality : operator-modality l1 l2
  operator-modality-uniquely-eliminating-modality = 

  unit-modality-uniquely-eliminating-modality : unit-modality 
  unit-modality-uniquely-eliminating-modality = unit-○

  is-uniquely-eliminating-modality-uniquely-eliminating-modality :
    is-uniquely-eliminating-modality unit-○
  is-uniquely-eliminating-modality-uniquely-eliminating-modality = is-uem-○

Properties

Being uniquely eliminating is a property

module _
  {l1 l2 : Level} { : operator-modality l1 l2} (unit-○ : unit-modality )
  where

  is-prop-is-uniquely-eliminating-modality :
    is-prop (is-uniquely-eliminating-modality unit-○)
  is-prop-is-uniquely-eliminating-modality =
    is-prop-implicit-Π
      ( λ X 
        is-prop-Π
          ( λ P  is-property-is-local-dependent-type unit-○ (  P)))

  is-uniquely-eliminating-modality-Prop : Prop (lsuc l1  l2)
  pr1 is-uniquely-eliminating-modality-Prop =
    is-uniquely-eliminating-modality unit-○
  pr2 is-uniquely-eliminating-modality-Prop =
    is-prop-is-uniquely-eliminating-modality

○ X is modal

module _
  {l : Level}
  (( , unit-○ , is-uem-○) : uniquely-eliminating-modality l l)
  (X : UU l)
  where

  map-inv-unit-uniquely-eliminating-modality :  ( X)   X
  map-inv-unit-uniquely-eliminating-modality =
    ind-modality-is-uniquely-eliminating-modality is-uem-○  _  X) id

  is-section-unit-uniquely-eliminating-modality :
    (map-inv-unit-uniquely-eliminating-modality  unit-○) ~ id
  is-section-unit-uniquely-eliminating-modality =
    compute-ind-modality-is-uniquely-eliminating-modality
      ( is-uem-○)
      ( λ _  X)
      ( id)

  is-retraction-unit-uniquely-eliminating-modality :
    (unit-○  map-inv-unit-uniquely-eliminating-modality) ~ id
  is-retraction-unit-uniquely-eliminating-modality =
    htpy-eq
      ( ap pr1
        ( eq-is-contr'
          ( is-contr-map-is-equiv (is-uem-○  _   X)) unit-○)
          ( unit-○  map-inv-unit-uniquely-eliminating-modality ,
            eq-htpy
              ( ap unit-○  (is-section-unit-uniquely-eliminating-modality)))
          ( id , refl)))

  is-modal-uniquely-eliminating-modality : is-modal unit-○ ( X)
  is-modal-uniquely-eliminating-modality =
    is-equiv-is-invertible
      map-inv-unit-uniquely-eliminating-modality
      is-retraction-unit-uniquely-eliminating-modality
      is-section-unit-uniquely-eliminating-modality

Uniquely eliminating modalities are uniquely determined by their modal types

Uniquely eliminating modalities are uniquely determined by their modal types. Equivalently, this can be phrazed as a characterization of the identity type of uniquely eliminating modalities.

Suppose given two uniquely eliminating modalities and . They are equal if and only if they have the same modal types.

module _
  {l1 l2 : Level}
  where

  htpy-uniquely-eliminating-modality :
    (  : uniquely-eliminating-modality l1 l2)  UU (lsuc l1  l2)
  htpy-uniquely-eliminating-modality   =
    equiv-fam
      ( is-modal (unit-modality-uniquely-eliminating-modality ))
      ( is-modal (unit-modality-uniquely-eliminating-modality ))

  refl-htpy-uniquely-eliminating-modality :
    ( : uniquely-eliminating-modality l1 l2) 
    htpy-uniquely-eliminating-modality  
  refl-htpy-uniquely-eliminating-modality  X = id-equiv

  htpy-eq-uniquely-eliminating-modality :
    (  : uniquely-eliminating-modality l1 l2) 
        htpy-uniquely-eliminating-modality  
  htpy-eq-uniquely-eliminating-modality  . refl =
    refl-htpy-uniquely-eliminating-modality 

It remains to show that htpy-eq-uniquely-eliminating-modality is an equivalence.

See also

The equivalent notions of

References

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