noun ho·meo·mor·phism \ˌhō-mē-ə-ˈmȯr-ˌfi-zəm\

Definition of homeomorphism

  1. :  a function that is a one-to-one mapping between sets such that both the function and its inverse are continuous and that in topology exists for geometric figures which can be transformed one into the other by an elastic deformation


play \ˌhō-mē-ə-ˈmȯr-fik\ adjective

Origin and Etymology of homeomorphism

International Scientific Vocabulary

First Known Use: 1854

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