Pursuing Stacks

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Pursuing Stacks (French: À la Poursuite des Champs) is an influential 1983 mathematical manuscript by Alexander Grothendieck. The word "stack" refers to a possible generalization of scheme, a central object of study in algebraic geometry.

Among the concepts introduced in the manuscript are derivators and test categories.

Some parts of the manuscript were later developed by:

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