By Fernando Q. Gouvêa
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A/, one for each object A of C, such that for every morphism ' W A ! B/ We say Á is a natural isomorphism if each of the ÁA is an isomorphism. If a natural isomorphism between F and G exists, we say they are naturally isomorphic. ✐ ✐ ✐ ✐ ✐ ✐ “master” — 2012/10/2 — 18:45 — page 14 — #32 ✐ ✐ 14 2. Categories As stated the definition is for two covariant functors; flipping the two vertical arrows gives the definition for two contravariant functors. Using natural transformations allows us to say when two categories are equivalent.
The theorem shows that we would not lose anything if we restricted finite group theory to the study of permutation groups and their subgroups. In the early years of group theory, most of the groups being studied were permutation groups, and a lot of effort went into classifying the transitive subgroups of Sn (with respect to the standard action). The historical significance of Cayley’s theorem was that it showed that nothing unexpected would come by generalizing from finite permutation groups to abstract groups.
A particularly important example is this: fix an object X of any category C. X; A/ and sending an arrow f W A ! –; X/, we get a contravariant functor. ” This led to the notion of a natural transformation, which is a way of comparing two functors. 1 Let C and D be categories, and let F and G be two functors from C to D. A natural transformation Á W F ! A/ ! A/, one for each object A of C, such that for every morphism ' W A ! B/ We say Á is a natural isomorphism if each of the ÁA is an isomorphism.