Nikolai Durov constructed spectra of commutative finitary monads (cf. commutative algebraic theory) which he calls generalized (commutative) rings; using a class of categorically defined localizations (which for some strange reason he calls pseudolocalizations), he glues such spectra to obtain **generalized schemes** which are a class of generalized ringed space?s.

- N. Durov,
*A new approach to Arakelov geometry*, arXiv:0704.2030

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