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A monoidal Dold-Kan correspondence for comodules

  title={A monoidal Dold-Kan correspondence for comodules},
  author={Maximilien P'eroux},
We present the notion of fibrantly generated model categories. Cofibrantly generated model categories are generalizations of CW-approximations which provide an inductive cofibrant replacement. We provide examples of inductive fibrant replacements constructed as Postnikov towers. These provide new types of arguments to compute homotopy limits in model categories. We provide examples for simplicial and differential graded comodules. Our main application is to show that simplicial comodules and… 
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