Homotopy Type Theory
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A type family is a map P:X \to \mathcal U.


A type family is a map P:X𝒰P:X \to \mathcal{U}.


Type families can be thought of as fibrations in classical homotopy theory. The base space is X P:X X \to \mathcal UX, the total space is (x:X)P(x)\sum_{(x:X)}P(x) and the fiber P( X)P(\star_X). This gives the fibration:

P( X) x:XP(x)XP(\star_X)\to \sum_{x:X}P(x) \to X

See also

universe Synthetic homotopy theory


HoTT Book

category: type theory
category: homotopy theory

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