internal antisymmetric relation




The notion of an internal antisymmetric relation is the generalization of that of antisymmetric relations as one passes from the ambient category of sets into more general ambient categories with suitable properties.


In a finitely complete category CC, an internal antisymmetric relation is an internal relation R(s,t)X×XR\stackrel{(s,t)}\hookrightarrow X \times X on an object XX with a monomorphism α:R× XR opX\alpha:R \times_X R^\op \hookrightarrow X into the diagonal subobject XX, where R× XR opR \times_X R^\op is the pullback of the internal relation (s,t)(s,t) and its opposite internal relation (t,s)(t,s).

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