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Topological spaces generalize as frames and locales.

But are there a pointfree generalization of uniform spaces?

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Yes: uniform locales. Isbell discusses them in his 1972 paper, though I'm not sure if the definition on nLab is the same as his. – Zhen Lin Sep 8 '12 at 16:03

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