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Bi , bi , . . , bn , a ), For 1 ≤ i ≤ n − 1, si (a, b1 , . . , bn , a ) = (a, b1 , . . , bi , bi+2 , . . , bn , a ) where a, a and the bi are respectively elements of hom(X, A), hom(X, A ) and hom(X, B) for a fixed object X of C. Moreover, if f is an isomorphism / A is a cosimplicial cohomotopy ˜ BA ) then the obvious morphism (A× equivalence†, where A is the constant cosimplicial object with value A . 2 to the following diagram in the category Sm /Gm of smooth Gm-schemes: id [Gm −→ Gm] ∆ (x,1) pr1 id / [Gm × Gm −→ Gm] o [Gm −→ Gm].

The Motivic Vanishing Cycles and the Conservation Conjecture 31 category of simplicial sheaves is simply a bisimplicial sheaf and its homo/∆×∆. topy colimit is given by the restriction to the diagonal ∆ Similarly, the homotopy colimit of a simplicial object in the category of complexes of sheaves is given by the total complex associated to the double complex obtained by taking the alternating sum of the cofaces. 5. A better way to define the functors Υf is to use the categories SH(−, ∆) which are obtained as the homotopy categories of the model categories ∆op SpectTs (−).