• Mathematics, Computer Science
  • Published 2015

Internal algebra classifiers as codescent objects of crossed internal categories

@inproceedings{Weber2015InternalAC,
  title={Internal algebra classifiers as codescent objects of crossed internal categories},
  author={Mark Weber},
  year={2015}
}
Inspired by recent work of Batanin and Berger on the homotopy theory of operads, a general monad-theoretic context for speaking about structures within structures is presented, and the problem of constructing the universal ambient structure containing the prescribed internal structure is studied. Following the work of Lack, these universal objects must be constructed from simplicial objects arising from our monad-theoretic framework, as certain 2-categorical colimits called codescent objects… CONTINUE READING

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