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# Subobject

## Definition of the noun Subobject

What does Subobject mean as a name of something?

noun

1. [chiefly mathematics] An object that is part of another object.

## Explanation

Subobject: In category theory, a branch of mathematics, a subobject is, roughly speaking, an object which sits inside another object in the same category. The notion is a generalization of the older concepts of subset from set theory and subgroup from group theory. Since the actual structure of objects is immaterial in category theory, the definition of subobject relies on a morphism which describes how one object sits inside another, rather than relying on the use of elements.

## Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Subobject

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### Metro Ethernet (2003)

by Sam Halabi, Bassam Halabi

A subobject is an abstract node that can be either a single node or a group of nodes such as an autonomous system.

this field indicates that the subobject is a loose hop in the explicit path, and if set to 0, it indicates that the ...

### Handbook of Mathematics (2016)

by Thierry Vialar

A subobject is an object that is inside another object in the same category.

### Fortran 90 Language Guide (2012)

by Wilhelm Gehrke

parent object: A subobject is a part of a parent object. presence: An ...

### ESEC '89 (1989)

2nd European Software Engineering Conference, University of Warwick, Coventry, UK, September 11-15, 1989. Proceedings by Carlo Ghezzi, John A. McDermid

In addition to the elements of a PROT net a PROTOB object can contain Subobjects that are connected to one another and to the PROT net by means of Links and Superlinks: Subobjects — A subobject is an object which is part of another ...

### Encyclopaedia of Mathematics (2012)

Stochastic Approximation — Zygmund Class of Functions by Michiel Hazewinkel

AMS 1980 Subject Classification: 20E15 SUBOBJECT of an object in a category - A concept analogous to the concept of a substructure of a mathematical structure. Let Q be any category and let A be a fixed object in St. In the class of all ...

### Encyclopaedia of Mathematics (set) (1994)

by Michiel Hazewinkel

of an Abelian category 21 is said to be dense if it contains all subobjects (cf. Subobject) and quotient objects (cf. Quotient object) of its objects, and if for the exact sequence O-*,! ->5 -» C->0 jBeOb2l, if and only if ...

### Encyclopedia of Computer Science and Technology (1990)

Volume 22 - Supplement 7: Artificial Intelligence to Vector SPate Model in Information Retrieval by Allen Kent, James G. Williams

Toposes are cartesian closed categories with a distinguished object of truthvalues, called a subobject classifier, which allows us to...

### The Entrepreneur’s Dictionary of Business and Financial Terms (2013)

by Khwaja Masoom

For example, a subobject for Air Travel might be created for use with a Travel object. Subobjects are created foran account by the Account Manager. Subordinated Debenture Bond: Anunsecuredbond thatranksafter secured debt, after ...

### Encyclopedia of Algorithms (2008)

by Ming-Yang Kao

geometric object into simpler subobjects, where each subobject typically has constant descriptive complexity. A well-known example is the trian- ...

### Encyclopedic Dictionary of Mathematics (1993)

by Kiyosi Itô

holds for any object A, its *subobject B, and a ttotally ordered family {A,} of subobjects.

### Academic Press Dictionary of Science and Technology (1992)

by Christopher G. Morris, Academic Press

is a proper subobject (e.g.. proper ...

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