isomorphism
[ahysuhmawrfizuh m]

noun
the state or property of being isomorphous or isomorphic.
Mathematics. a onetoone relation onto the map between two sets, which preserves the relations existing between elements in its domain.
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A subgroup of a group G, which is transformed into itself by every isomorphism of G, is called a characteristic subgroup.
Moreover, the isomorphism is simple unless for one or more operations, other than identity, the sets all remain unaltered.
In this case H would contain a selfconjugate subgroup, and the isomorphism is multiple.
The following table shows where isomorphism may be generally expected.
In the first case the isomorphism is spoken of as simple, in the second as multiple.
isomorphism
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