On the Duality of Compact vs . Open

@inproceedings{Snderhauf1996OnTD,
  title={On the Duality of Compact vs . Open},
  author={Philipp S{\"u}nderhauf},
  year={1996}
}
It is a pleasant fact that Stone-duality may be described very smoothly when restricted to the category of compact spectral spaces: The Stoneduals of these spaces, arithmetic algebraic lattices, may be replaced by their sublattices of compact elements thus discarding infinitary operations. We present a similar approach to describe the Stone-duals of coherent spaces, thus dropping the requirement of having a base of compact-opens (or, alternatively, replacing algebraicity of the lattices by… CONTINUE READING

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