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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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every SVV algebra has a distinguished idempotent subalgebra isomorphic to a KLR algebra.
In accordance with the previous hypothesis, the positive coefficient on geographical distance interaction indicates that the correlations between spatial distance and isomorphic diffusion will be greatly weakened after the growth period.
The endomorphism monoid of a group G is isomorphic to the endomorphism monoid of [C.
5 Isomorphic properties of Neutrosophic groups and graphs
Then A is isomorphic to the quotient algebra K[x,y]/([x.
If two WDCCGs corresponding to the same type kinematic chains are isomorphic, then their corresponding ECMs are identical.
Moreover, if V(H) = W(11) [intersection] W(3,1), then H is isomorphic to Q.
Caption: Same but different Despite the differing shapes, these two graphs are isomorphic.
They were then presented with an isomorphic problem to solve (during which they could move freely).
In this paper we formulate cycle anti-supermagic labeling for the disjoint union of isomorphic copies of ladder and triangular ladder graphs.
The quantile values of the isomorphic uniform exposure distribution are defined as follows.
Roughly put (see the citation [15] for more details), if for an STGQ ([GAMMA], x, E), E is isomorphic to a general Heisenberg group, then [GAMMA] is a flock quadrangle: