In the case where , the map defined by is often denoted . Further, any function determines a mapping from into the set of mappings of into , namely . The converse holds too, and it is customary to identify with . Many of the “canonical isomorphisms” that we come across (e.g. in multilinear algebra) are illustrations of this kind of identification.
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