Jason (jcreed) wrote,
Jason
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Interesting paper from Noam and Paul-André. The technical condition about cartesian morphisms in the definition of a fibration of categories always felt really unmotivated to me --- although I know it is motivated, at least by wanting to get the desired correspondence between fibrations EB and functors BCat, it always feels awfully technical --- but the refinement-type-theory reading in this paper seems kinda nice.
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