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I have added pointer to
Yves Diers, Une construction universelle des spectres, topologies spectrales et faisceaux structuraux, Communication in Algebra Volume 12, Issue 17-18 (1984) (doi:10.1080/00927878408823101)
{#Osmond2020a} Axel Osmond, On Diers theory of Spectrum I: Stable functors and right multi-adjoints, (arXiv:2012.00853)
{#Osmond2020b} Axel Osmond, On Diers theory of Spectrum II: Geometries and dualities, (arXiv:2012.02167)
but I haven’t read these and can’t vouch for these, just adding them because there was already
and it seemed that if we mention Osmond 21 we need to mention Diers 84, of which it claims to be an exegesis.
But before all these I have added pointer to
Monique Hakim, Topos annelés et schémas relatifs, Ergebnisse der Mathematik und ihrer Grenzgebiete, Band 64, Springer, Berlin, New York (1972) (doi:10.1007/978-3-662-59155-0)
which I can vouch for :-)
Also cross-linked with our entry Cole’s theory of spectrum.
Oh, I see now that Dmitri was the one who added pointer to Osmond’s article in #1.
Dmitri, maybe if you could add a line on the idea of Diers-Osmond? (I haven’t had the leisure yet to read their articles).
Okay! I mentioned the Diers spectrum in the list of spectra. I also created a separate article Diers spectrum.
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