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Discussion of "smapiri"
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Comment #3: Re: Is a map not just a function?
Curtis W Franks (Fri Jun 10 07:47:02 2022)

varikvalefor wrote:
> krtisfranks wrote:
> > See "fancu".
>
>
> The functions constitute a proper subset of the mappings. Nonequivalent
> are "fancu" and "smapiri".

How are you defining "mapping" then? :)

Comment #4: Re: Is a map not just a function?
Varik Valefor (Sun Jun 12 07:16:27 2022)

krtisfranks wrote:
> How are you defining "mapping" then? :)

"Map" is used as a synonym of "morphism", which is roughly equivalent to
"correspondence between objects of a class".
However, "map" is a bit ambiguous", as the category theorists' use of
"map" differs from the set theorists' use of "map".

Using "morphism" instead of "map" is probably a good idea.

Thanks for pointing out the lack of clarity.

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