nLab flagged category

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Definition

A flagged category consists of a category CC, a groupoid XX, and a surjection p:XCp \colon X\to C of groupoids from XX to the underlying groupoid of objects of CC (hence an essentially surjective functor).

One may also call this a category with an atlas, where the atlas is allowed to be groupoidal itself.

In type theory

A flagged category is a 1-truncated precategory.

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References

The terminology “flagged” for this notion appears (in generalization to higher category theory) in:

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