Michael Batanin ; Martin Markl - Operadic categories as a natural environment for Koszul duality

compositionality:13522 - Compositionality, June 5, 2023, Volume 5 (2023) - https://doi.org/10.32408/compositionality-5-3
Operadic categories as a natural environment for Koszul dualityArticle

Authors: Michael Batanin 1; Martin Markl 2

  • 1 Institute of Mathematics of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Žitná 25, 115 67 Prague 1, The Czech Republic
  • 2 MFF UK, Sokolovská 83, 186 75 Prague 8, The Czech Republic

This is the first paper of a series which aims to set up the cornerstones of Koszul duality for operads over operadic categories. To this end we single out additional properties of operadic categories under which the theory of quadratic operads and their Koszulity can be developped, parallel to the traditional one by Ginzburg and Kapranov. We then investigate how these extra properties interact with discrete operadic (op)fibrations, which we use as a powerful tool to construct new operadic categories from old ones. We pay particular attention to the operadic category of graphs, giving a full description of this category (and its variants) as an operadic category, and proving that it satisfies all the additional properties. Our present work provides an answer to a question formulated in Loday's last talk in 2012:``What encodes types of operads?''. In the second and third papers of our series we continue Loday's program by answering his second question: ``How to construct Koszul duals to these objects?'', and proving Koszulity of some of the most relevant operads.


Volume: Volume 5 (2023)
Published on: June 5, 2023
Imported on: May 2, 2024
Keywords: Mathematics - Category Theory,Mathematics - Algebraic Topology,18D10, 18D20, 18D50 (Primary), 55U40, 55P48 (secondary)
Funding:
    Source : OpenAIRE Graph
  • Enriched higher category theory; Funder: Australian Research Council (ARC); Code: DP130101172

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