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YTM 2015: Infinity category theory from scratch, 4th lecture

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Emily Riehl, Harvard University july 10, 2015 1h10mn1s
In the fourth lecture, we introduce (co)cartesian fibrations, a certain class of infinity-functors, and their groupoidal variants. We then describe the calculus of modules, between infinity-categories — comma infinity-categories being the prototypical example — and use this framework to develop the theory of pointwise Kan extensions along infinity-functors.
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