By Jiří Adámek, ing.; Jiří Rosický; E M Vitale

ISBN-10: 0521119227

ISBN-13: 9780521119221

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Cn−1 to C0 . . Ck−1 are pairs (a, α) consisting of a function a: k → n and a k-tuple of C-morphisms α = (α0 , . . , αk−1 ) with αi : Ca(i) → Ci . 11) is equivalent to Set ⇒ , and its theory Tgraph is the free completion of ide e τ σ v idv under finite products. 13), the category TC op is equivalent to the full subcategory of Set C given by finite coproducts of representable functors. 18 Example 1. 14 when C is the one-object discrete category. 2. 5. 17, S ∗ is equivalent to the full subcategory of Set S of finite S-sorted sets (an S-sorted set As s∈S is finite if the coproduct S As is a finite set).

We already know that every object t of an algebraic theory T yields the representable algebra YT (t) = T (t, −). Other examples of algebras can be obtained, for example, by the formation of limits and colimits. We will now show that limits always exist and are built up at the level of sets. Also, colimits always exist, but they are seldom built up at the level of sets. We will study colimits in subsequent chapters. 21 Proposition For every algebraic theory T , the category Alg T is closed in Set T under limits.

16). 13: just replace sifted with filtered everywhere. 18 Remark Let T be a finitely complete small category. 15, if B is cocomplete and the functor F: T op → B preserves finite colimits, then its extension F ∗: Lex T → B preserving filtered colimits has a right adjoint. 10) were probably first described by Ulmer (1968); see also Gabriel and Ulmer (1971). The completion Ind was introduced by Artin et al. (1972), but it is also contained in Gabriel and Ulmer (1971). The completion Sind was introduced in Ad´amek and Rosick´y (2001), together with its relation to algebraic categories.

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