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Enriched functor categories for functor calculus

  title={Enriched functor categories for functor calculus},
  author={Lauren Bandklayder and Julia E. Bergner and Rhiannon Griffiths and Brenda Johnson and Rekha Santhanam},
  journal={arXiv: Algebraic Topology},
In this paper we present background results in enriched category theory and enriched model category theory necessary for developing model categories of enriched functors suitable for doing functor calculus. 


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