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0 FF {3 For f : C ¡ ! D in and u : Y ¡ ! 9 Proposition Let P : ¡ ! be a ¯bration with cleavage ·. For any arrow f : C ¡ ! D in , F f : F (C) ¡ ! F (D) as de¯ned by FF{1 through FF{3 is a functor. Moreover, if ° is a splitting, then F is a functor from op to Cat. 8 and is left as an exercise. 10 Exercises 1. Verify that for any functor P : object C is a subcategory of . 2. 9. ¡ ! 2 The Grothendieck construction 43 3. Let Á : Z4 ¡ ! 9. a. Show that the functor from C(Z4 ) to C(Z2 ) induced by Á is a ¯bration and an op¯bration.

If has pullbacks, this functor is a ¯bration. For a given f : C ¡ ! D in and object k : B ¡ ! D of , a cartesian arrow for f and k is any (u; f ) given by a pullback P u - u0 ? C f - B k ? 2) The veri¯cation is left as an exercise (Exercise ES 4). 6 Fibers For any functor P : ¡ ! , the ¯ber over an object C of is the set of objects X for which P (X) = C and arrows f for which P (f) = idC . It is easy to verify that this ¯ber is a subcategory of (Exercise ES 1). 4, the ¯bers are all the same: each one is isomorphic to the category .

It follows that P : ¡ ! is a ¯bration if and only if P op : op ¡ ! op is an op¯bration. If P : ¡ ! is a ¯bration, one also says that is ¯bered over . In that case, is the base category and is the total category of the ¯bration. 3 De¯nition A cleavage for a ¯bration P : ¡ ! is a function ° that takes an arrow f : C ¡ ! D and object Y such that P (Y ) = D to an arrow °(f; Y ) of that is cartesian for f and Y . D and X such that P (X ) = C to an arrow ·(f; X) that is opcartesian for f and X. The cleavage ° is a splitting of the ¯bration if it satis¯es the following two requirements.