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Consider a diagram of quasi-categories that admit and functors that preserve limits or colimits of a fixed shape. We show that any weighted limit whose weight is a projective cofibrant simplicial functor is again a quasi-category admitting these (co)limits and that they are preserved by the functors in the limit cone. In particular, the Bousfield-Kan homotopy limit of a diagram of quasi-categories admits any (co)limits existing in and preserved by the functors in that diagram. In previous work, we demonstrated that the quasi-category of algebras for a homotopy coherent monad could be described as a weighted limit of this type, so these results specialise to (co)completeness results for quasi-categories of algebras. The second half of this paper establishes a further result in the quasi-categorical setting: proving, in analogy with the classical categorical case, that the monadic forgetful functor of the quasi-category of algebras for a homotopy coherent monad creates all limits that exist in the base quasi-category, regardless of whether its functor part preserves those limits. This proof relies upon a more delicate and explicit analysis of the particular weight used to define quasi-categories of algebras.

Language | English |
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Pages | 1-33 |

Number of pages | 33 |

Journal | Homology, Homotopy and Applications |

Volume | 17 |

Issue number | 1 |

DOIs | |

Publication status | Published - 2015 |

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**Completeness results for quasi-categories of algebras, homotopy limits, and related general constructions.** / Riehl, Emily; Verity, Dominic.

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TY - JOUR

T1 - Completeness results for quasi-categories of algebras, homotopy limits, and related general constructions

AU - Riehl,Emily

AU - Verity,Dominic

PY - 2015

Y1 - 2015

N2 - Consider a diagram of quasi-categories that admit and functors that preserve limits or colimits of a fixed shape. We show that any weighted limit whose weight is a projective cofibrant simplicial functor is again a quasi-category admitting these (co)limits and that they are preserved by the functors in the limit cone. In particular, the Bousfield-Kan homotopy limit of a diagram of quasi-categories admits any (co)limits existing in and preserved by the functors in that diagram. In previous work, we demonstrated that the quasi-category of algebras for a homotopy coherent monad could be described as a weighted limit of this type, so these results specialise to (co)completeness results for quasi-categories of algebras. The second half of this paper establishes a further result in the quasi-categorical setting: proving, in analogy with the classical categorical case, that the monadic forgetful functor of the quasi-category of algebras for a homotopy coherent monad creates all limits that exist in the base quasi-category, regardless of whether its functor part preserves those limits. This proof relies upon a more delicate and explicit analysis of the particular weight used to define quasi-categories of algebras.

AB - Consider a diagram of quasi-categories that admit and functors that preserve limits or colimits of a fixed shape. We show that any weighted limit whose weight is a projective cofibrant simplicial functor is again a quasi-category admitting these (co)limits and that they are preserved by the functors in the limit cone. In particular, the Bousfield-Kan homotopy limit of a diagram of quasi-categories admits any (co)limits existing in and preserved by the functors in that diagram. In previous work, we demonstrated that the quasi-category of algebras for a homotopy coherent monad could be described as a weighted limit of this type, so these results specialise to (co)completeness results for quasi-categories of algebras. The second half of this paper establishes a further result in the quasi-categorical setting: proving, in analogy with the classical categorical case, that the monadic forgetful functor of the quasi-category of algebras for a homotopy coherent monad creates all limits that exist in the base quasi-category, regardless of whether its functor part preserves those limits. This proof relies upon a more delicate and explicit analysis of the particular weight used to define quasi-categories of algebras.

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U2 - 10.4310/HHA.2015.v17.n1.a1

DO - 10.4310/HHA.2015.v17.n1.a1

M3 - Article

VL - 17

SP - 1

EP - 33

JO - Homology, Homotopy and Applications

T2 - Homology, Homotopy and Applications

JF - Homology, Homotopy and Applications

SN - 1532-0073

IS - 1

ER -