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Moreover, let (a,z) - (a',z') iff i. a -- a' [mod X] Þ z -- z' [mod Y] and ii. a - a' [mod X] Þ z - z' [mod Y]. Then YX is the arrow domain (exponent object). Exercises 1. Prove that conditions (i) and (ii) may be stated equivalently as (a,z) = (a',z') or z--z' or not a-a'. 2. Prove that every element of YX is a trace of some stable function from X to Y , and conversely that if F: X®Y is stable then tr(F)ÎYX. 3. Let f,g : X ® Y be two stable functions. Define f £B g (Berry's order) iff "x,yÎX x Í y Þ f(x) = f(y)Çg(x) Prove that f £B g if and only if Tr(f) Í Tr(g).
Indeed, let f = Lc(g): c®ba in the above diagram. 2 Proposition C is a Cartesian closed category iff it is Cartesian and for every a,bÎObC there is an object ba and a natural isomorphism L : C[_´a,b] ® C[_,ba] . 53 3. 2 require that the category C be locally small, since they are based on hom-functors. Thus, in a sense, the equational definition is more general. 3 Remark It is easy to prove that the following (natural) isomorphisms hold in all CCCÕs, for any object A, B, and C: 1. A @ A; 2. 3. 4.
E. the existence and unicity of L(ce); 3. 7. All this is described by the following commuting diagram, where the squares are pullbacks: 37 2. 3 and compare it to his set-theoretic understanding. Ó Exercises 1. Prove that any topos has lifting. 2. Prove that a category C is a topos if and only if it has a terminal objects, and all pullbacks and powerobjects. References The general notions can be found in the texts mentioned at the end of chapter 1, though their presentation and notation may be different.