Day Convolution

(Category Theory)


Category Theory
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What is Day convolution?

In mathematics, specifically in category theory, Day convolution is an operation on functors that can be seen as a categorified version of function convolution. It was first introduced by Brian Day in 1970 in the general context of enriched functor categories. Day convolution acts as a tensor product for a monoidal category structure on the category of functors over some monoidal category .

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