Definition of Yoneda lemma

1. Noun. (category theory) Given a category ''C'' with an object ''A'', let ''H''''A'' be a representable functor from ''C'' to the category of '''Sets''', and let ''F'' be any functor from ''C'' to '''Sets''', then there is a "natural" isomorphism between the set ''F''(''A'') and Nat(''H''''A'',''F''), the set of natural transformations from ''H''''A'' to ''F''. ¹



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