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Definition

A semiadditive dagger category is a cocartesian monoidal dagger category (C,,0,i A,i B,0 A)(C, \oplus, 0, i_A, i_B, 0_A) with

  • an identity m A:i A i A=id Am_A: i_A^\dagger \circ i_A = id_A for A:CA:C
  • an identity m B:i B i B=id Bm_B: i_B^\dagger \circ i_B = id_B for B:CB:C
  • an identity p:i b i A=0 B0 A p: i_b^\dagger \circ i_A = 0_B \circ 0_A^\dagger for A:CA:C and B:CB:C.

In a semiadditive dagger category, the coproduct is called a biproduct and the initial object is called a zero object.

Examples

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See also

References

  • Martti Karvonen. Biproducts without pointedness (abs:1801.06488)
  • Chris Heunen and Martti Karvonen. Limits in dagger categories. Theory and Applications of Categories, 34(18):468–513, 2019.
  • Chris Heunen, Andre Kornell. Axioms for the category of Hilbert spaces (arXiv:2109.07418)

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