Homomorphism meaning

hōmə-môrfĭzəm, hŏmə-
(mathematics) A transformation of one set into another that preserves in the second set the operations between the members of the first set.
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(biology) Similarity of external form or appearance but not of structure or origin.
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(zoology) A resemblance in form between the immature and adult stages of an animal.
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Similarity in form.
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(biol.) Resemblance or similarity, without actual relationship, in structure or origin.
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(bot.) Uniformity in shape or size, as of pistils and stamens.
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(zool.) Similarity between an insect's larva and its matured form.
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(biology) Similarity of external form or appearance but not of structure or origin.
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(zoology) A resemblance in form between the immature and adult stages of an animal.
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A transformation of one set into another that preserves in the second set the operations between the members of the first set.
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(algebra) A structure-preserving map between two algebraic structures, such as groups, rings, or vector spaces.

A field homomorphism is a map from one field to another one which is additive, multiplicative, zero-preserving, and unit-preserving.

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(biology) A similar appearance of two unrelated organisms or structures.
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Origin of homomorphism