comorphism

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

co- +‎ morphism

NounEdit

comorphism ‎(plural comorphisms)

  1. (mathematics) A mapping associated with a morphism that, when applied to every member of the morphism, results in the same value as the morphism applied to the image of every member.
    • 2005, Kirill MacKenzie, London Mathematical Society, General Theory of Lie Groupoids and Lie Algebroids (page 177)
      Concepts of comorphism may be defined for arbitrary modules and for arbitrary vector bundles []