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codomain

(theory)
The set of values or type containing all possible results of a function. The codomain of a function f of type D -> C is C. A function's image is a subset of its codomain.
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The codomain of this function has a topology much different from the real numbers.
However, the codomain of the function in Example 1 does not have the pointwise semi-open intersection property as is a required in order to apply Theorem 1.
gamma]] [nabla])(a,b) with domain [gamma](a) and codomain [gamma](b).
50) One feature of an isomorphism is that the set-theoretic structure of the domain and all its internal set-theoretic relations are perfectly mirrored in the codomain or target set of the isomorphism, and vice versa.
So the superscript is one less than the number of tensor factors in the codomain.
The domain and codomain of a morphism s in G are denoted d(s) and c(s) respectively.
A function is said to be quasi [theta]-continuous [9] if every inverse image of each [theta]-open set in the codomain is [theta]-open in the domain.
Both identification numbers are: non-dimensional, target parameter: 0 and codomain (-1,1).