Example: Let us consider, say, theétale siteof a schemeS。EachUin the site represents the presheaf。Thus, asimplicial scheme, a simplicial object in the site, represents a simplicial presheaf (in fact, often a simplicial sheaf).
Example: LetGbe a presheaf of groupoids. Then taking神经section-wise, one obtains a simplicial presheaf。For example, one might set。These types of examples appear in K-theory.
Ifis a local weak equivalence of simplicial presheaves, then the induced mapis also a local weak equivalence.
The category of simplicial presheaves on a site admits many differentmodel structures。
Some of them are obtained by viewing simplicial presheaves as functors
The category of such functors is endowed with (at least) three model structures, namely the projective, the Reedy, and the injective model structure. The weak equivalences / fibrations in the first are maps
is a weak equivalence / fibration of simplicial sets, for all U in the site S .The injective model structure is similar, but with weak equivalences and cofibrations instead.
Any sheafFon the site can be considered as a stack by viewingas a constant simplicial set; this way, the category of sheaves on the site is included as a subcategory to the homotopy category of simplicial presheaves on the site. The inclusion functor has a left adjoint and that is exactly。
If一is a sheaf of abelian group (on the same site), then we defineby doing classifying space construction levelwise (the notion comes from theobstruction theory) and set。One can show (by induction): for anyXin the site,
where the left denotes a sheaf cohomology and the right the homotopy class of maps.
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