weak omega-category

Weak ω\omega-categories are examples of higher categories, with essentially the same meaning as \infty-categories. The distinction between the terms ”ω\omega-category” and ”\infty-category” is mostly a matter of the preference of individual authors. One slight difference is that \infty-category usually seems to imply a “weak” notion, while in addition to weak ω\omega-categories there are also strict ones.



See the general references at higher category theory.

Revised on August 17, 2009 21:50:45 by Toby Bartels (