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Gelfand spectra and Wallman compactifications

@article{Caramello2012GelfandSA,
  title={Gelfand spectra and Wallman compactifications},
  author={Olivia Caramello},
  journal={arXiv: Category Theory},
  year={2012}
}
We carry out a systematic, topos-theoretically inspired, investigation of Wallman compactifications with a particular emphasis on their relations with Gelfand spectra and Stone-Cech compactifications. In addition to proving several specific results about Wallman bases and maximal spectra of distributive lattices, we establish a general framework for functorializing the representation of a topological space as the maximal spectrum of a Wallman base for it, which allows to generate different… 

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