2. Adjective. (mathematics of a set) Having a bijective map. ¹
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1. The Geometric Theory of Ordinary Differential Equations and Algebraic Functions by Georges Valiron (1984)
"Applying the conformal representation, we deduce from it that If there is established a continuous bijective correspondence between the points of two simply ..."
2. Dynamics & Stochastics: Festschrift in Honour of M.S. Keane by Dee Denteneer, F. den Hollander, M. S. Keane, Evgeny Verbitskiy (2006)
"k • T\ak is a bijective map from Jf c onto B. Then we call (B, T) a Moebius system. ... Since T ak is bijective the inverse map Vfc : B —• Jfc exists. ..."