| || || || || || || |
Memoirs of the American Mathematical Society
1995; 81 pp; softcover
List Price: US$37
Individual Members: US$22.20
Institutional Members: US$29.60
Order Code: MEMO/117/558
The need to address the appropriate three-dimensional generalization of category (tricategory) has been felt in homotopy theory, low-dimensional topology, cohomology theory, category theory, and quantum field theory. Benabou's bicategories provide the two-dimensional notion into which examples naturally fit. In developing the theory of bicategories it is very reassuring to know the coherence theorem: They can be replaced by the stricter 2-categories which are merely categories enriched in the category of categories.
In this book, the authors provide ...
Research mathematicians, theoretical physicists, algebraic topologists, 3-D computer scientists, and theoretical computer scientists.
Table of Contents
AMS Home |
© Copyright 2013, American Mathematical Society