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The title sums it up : I am looking for a definition of "a groupoid of fractions for a category". I would be interested in any example someone might have as well...

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I am not sure if this paper by John Baez and James Dolan is what you want but there is a discussion of fractions starting on page 13. I am not competent to discuss it in any detail.

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