"The transformation between two geometrical figures A and B such that there is a continuous one-one correspondence in both directions between each point of A and a matching point of B" (T.A. & W MILLINGTON, 1966, p.237).
This is the basic topological transformation, which is also very significant in chaos theory.
(Not to be confused with "Homomorphism" – see hereafter)
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