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Table Of Contents

Preface
Categories and topoi
1.1 Categories
1.1.1 Categories and examples thereof
1.1.2 Special objects and morphisms
1.1.3 Functors
1.1.4 Natural transformations
1.2 Topoi
1.2.1 Limits
1.2.2 Subobjects
1.2.3 Powerobjects
1.2.4 Topoi
2.2 Pullbacks
2.3 Epi-monic factorization
2.4 Limits
2.5 Special objects
The algebra of subobjects
3.1 Subobjects
3.2 Lattices and subobjects
3.3 The internal Heyting algebra
3.4 ∃ and ∀
The Mitchell-B´enabou language
4.1 The language
4.2 Some examples
4.3 Some further examples
4.4 Partial truth
4.5 Internal categories
The construction of the spectrum
5.1 The topos T(A)
5.2 Free lattices
5.2.1 Construction of free distributive lattices
5.2.2 Relations and the lattice L∼¯
5.2.3 Intermezzo: representing the local lattice
5.3 The spectrum
5.3.1 The map A0
5.3.2 The morphism A
5.4 Final remarks
Computations of spectra
6.1 The finite, commutative case: Cn
6.2 The finite case in general
6.3 Some remarks on C(X)
Further work
Bibliography
Acknowledgements
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Gelfand Spectra of C-Algebras

Gelfand Spectra of C-Algebras

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Published by: José Luis Zapata Bohle on Jul 07, 2012
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