cover-preserving functor

If CC and DD are sites, a functor F:CDF\colon C\to D is cover-preserving (some people say continuous) if whenever RR is a covering family of an object UCU\in C, its image F(R)F(R) is a covering family of F(U)F(U) in DD.

If FF is also flat, then it is called a morphism of sites, and induces a geometric morphism between sheaf toposes.

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