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isomorphic

(mathematics)
Two mathematical objects are isomorphic if they have the same structure, i.e. if there is an isomorphism between them. For every component of one there is a corresponding component of the other.
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algebra, there is a set X such that B(A) is isomorphic to guard Pre [A.
In understanding the link between the focal point and pressures of the institutional environment, it is helpful to refer to DiMaggio/Powell's (1983) research describing the different types of isomorphic mechanisms at work in the institutional environment.
Florets isomorphic, bisexual, corolla bilabiate, glabrous; anthers tan to brown, often white at the apex, exserted, apical appendages acuminate, tails slightly papillose, connate with the tails of adjacent stamens; style bifid, branches dorsally smooth.
Hence, mechanisms such as mimesis, coercion, and normative isomorphic paths described by DiMaggio and Powell (1983) may be helpful in describing or predicting the prevalence of a given strategy within a given field.
R](n) of substructures of R induced on the n-element subsets, isomorphic substructures being identified.
The sentence in (6) can only receive an isomorphic interpretation, in which any is interpreted inside the scope of negation.
A good deal of such quandry may be dispelled as soon as it is recognized why synchronic derivations tend to be isomorphic with the sequence of diachronic events which gave rise to them.
Unfortunately, these two posets are not isomorphic since one contains a maximum element and the other does not.
Curated by Maria Marangou, director of the Museum of Contemporary Art of Crete and curator of the Greek Pavilion at last year's Venice Biennale, it was initiated at the Benaki Museum in Athens, where four large-scale Isomorphic steel sculptures were placed around a honeycomb-shaped pool of water dotted with steel-mesh human heads slowly attaining various patinas.
8]) if T is isomorphic to a subposemigroup S' of S such that S = SS'S and S' = S'SS'.
It is shown that every Smarandache isotope (S-isotope) of a special loop is Smarandache isomorphic (S-isomorphic) to a S-principal isotope of the special loop.