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Definition

In set theory

A σ\sigma-frame is a $\sigma$-complete lattice (L,,,,,,)(L, \leq, \bot, \vee, \top, \wedge, \Vee) such that the countably infinitary distributive property is satisfied:

aL.sL .a n:s(n)= n:as(n)\forall a \in L. \forall s \in L^\mathbb{N}. a \wedge \Vee_{n:\mathbb{N}} s(n) = \Vee_{n:\mathbb{N}} a \wedge s(n)

In homotopy type theory

A σ\sigma-frame is a $\sigma$-complete lattice (L,,,,,,)(L, \leq, \bot, \vee, \top, \wedge, \Vee) with a family of dependent terms

a:L,s:La n:s(n)= n:as(n)a:L, s:\mathbb{N} \to L \vdash a \wedge \Vee_{n:\mathbb{N}} s(n) = \Vee_{n:\mathbb{N}} a \wedge s(n)

representing the countably infinitary distributive property for the lattice.

Examples

  • Sierpinski space, denoted as Σ\Sigma or 1 1_\bot, is the initial σ\sigma-frame.

See also

References

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