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Combinatorial weak factorization systems

Combinatorial weak factorization systems

Definition

A weak factorization system (L,R)(L,R) on a locally presentable category is combinatorial if it is cofibrantly generated by a set of morphisms. That is, there is a set II of morphisms such that for any morphism ff, we have fRf\in R if and only if ff has the right lifting property with respect to all iIi\in I.

Construction

By the small object argument, any set II of morphisms in a locally presentable category generates a combinatorial weak factorization system.

Properties

References

Algebraic model structures: Quillen model structures, mainly on locally presentable categories, and their constituent categories with weak equivalences and weak factorization systems, that can be equipped with further algebraic structure and “freely generated” by small data.

structuresmall-set-generatedsmall-category-generatedalgebraicized
weak factorization systemcombinatorial wfsaccessible wfsalgebraic wfs
model categorycombinatorial model categoryaccessible model categoryalgebraic model category
construction methodsmall object argumentsame as \toalgebraic small object argument

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