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Let $P$ be a preordered type, and let $A$ be a sub-preordered type of $P$ with a monic monotonic function $m:A \subseteq P$. $A$ is an **upper type** on $P$ or a **(0,1)-copresheaf** on $P$ if $A$ comes with a term

$\lambda: \prod_{a:A} \prod_{p:P} (m(a) \leq p) \times \Vert fiber(m, p) \Vert$

where $fiber(m, p)$ is the fiber of $m$ at $p$ and $\Vert fiber(m, p) \Vert$ says that the fiber of $m$ at $p$ is inhabited.

If $P$ is a set, then $A$ is also a set and thus called an **upper set**.

- posite?
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