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# homeomorphism

A *homeomorphism* $f$ of topological spaces is a continuous, bijective map such that $f^{{-1}}$ is also continuous. We also say that two spaces are *homeomorphic* if such a map exists.

If two topological spaces are homeomorphic, they are topologically equivalent — using the techniques of topology, there is no way of distinguishing one space from the other.

An *autohomeomorphism* (also known as a *self-homeomorphism*) is a
homeomorphism from a topological space to itself.

Defines:

homeomorphic, autohomeomorphism, auto-homeomorphism, self-homeomorphism

Related:

Homeotopy, CrosscapSlide, AlexanderTrick, GroupoidCategory

Synonym:

topological equivalence, topologically equivalent

Type of Math Object:

Definition

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Reference

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