# - morphismの例文

- That is what makes it Morita
*- morphism*. - This is done by a variety of techniques, including graph iso
*- morphism* algorithms. - The map is a bounded morphism ( also known as p
*- morphism* ) if for each and, if, then there exists such that and " y " } }. - Another generalization states that a faithfully flat morphism of schemes f : Y \ to X locally of finite type with " X " quasi-compact has a " quasi-section ", i . e . there exists X'affine and faithfully flat and quasi-finite over " X " together with an " X "
*- morphism* X'\ to Y - One may expect to deal also with relations which aren't necessarily functions, because : literally, the very concept of " homomorphism "-is simply : " homo
*- morphism* ", i . e . it's supposed to express the idea of preserving the " same morphological " structure, while this requirement can be met also by a relation which isn't a function, i . e . a relation R such that for every a, b, c, d : if aRb and cRd then ( a + c ) R ( b * d ), the signs : +, * being the group operations.