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Definition of -Morphism
What does -Morphism mean?
- the state of having a specified shape or form
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Geometric Stacks and Applications by Bertrand Toën, Gabriele Vezzosi
-P-morphism is a n-P-morphism. (3) n-representable morphisms are stable by isomorphisms, homotopy pullbacks and compositions. (4) n-P- morphisms are stable by isomorphisms, homotopy pullbacks and compositions.
Field Arithmetic (2008)
by Michael D. Fried, Moshe Jarden
The K-morphism is a K-isomorphism if K|x| = K|y|, equivalently, if there exists a K- morphism h: W — V such that both p oth and / o p are the identity maps. In particular, isomorphic K-varieties are K-birationally equivalent. The projection T: A" – A" ...
The Logic of Time (2012)
A Model-Theoretic Investigation into the Varieties of Temporal Ontology and Temporal Discourse by Johan van Benthem
A p-morphism is a homomorphism satisfying the additional 'backward clause'; ( 4) Wt, e T ...
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