nLab smooth (infinity,1)-algebra

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Context

Higher algebra

higher algebra

universal algebra

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Idea

The notion of smooth $(\infty,1)$-algebra is the analog in higher category theory of smooth algebra. This is the basis for the derived geometry version of differential geometry/synthetic differential geometry.

Definition

A smooth $\infty$-algebra is an ∞-algebra over an (∞,1)-algebraic theory $T$ for $T$ the ordinary Lawvere theory of smooth algebras.

Properties

The model structure on simplicial algebras on simplicial C-∞-ring is a presentation for smooth $(\infty,1)$-algebras.

Applications

Smooth $(\infty,1)$-algebras appear as the algebras of functions in derived differential geometry, for instance on derived smooth manifolds.

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