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Definition 61.2.3. A spectral space $X$ is w-local if the set of closed points $X_0$ is closed and every point of $X$ specializes to a unique closed point. A continuous map $f : X \to Y$ of w-local spaces is w-local if it is spectral and maps any closed point of $X$ to a closed point of $Y$.

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