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### Definition of Isomorphisms

**1.** isomorphism [n] - See also: isomorphism

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### Literary usage of Isomorphisms

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**1.** *Theory and Applications of Finite Groups* by George Abram Miller, Hans Frederick Blichfeldt, Leonard Eugene Dickson (1916)

"Group of **isomorphisms** of an Abelian Group.f Some of the most useful properties
of an abeb'an group are exhibited by its group of **isomorphisms**. ..."**2.** *Theory of Groups of Finite Order* by William Burnside (1897)

"So long, at all events, as we are dealing with the properties of a group of
**isomorphisms**, no risk of confusion is thereby introduced. ..."**3.** *Development of Mathematics in the 19th Century* by Felix Klein, Robert Hermann (1979)

"GROUPS OF VECTOR BUNDLE **isomorphisms** AND LINEAR GROUP REPRESENTATIONS Having
constructed the "cross-section functor", we can consider its behavior under ..."**4.** *Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science* (1898)

"To all such **isomorphisms** corresponds a substitution group, which has been called
the group of **isomorphisms** of the given group. When a regular group (]{) of ..."**5.** *Primitive Groups* by William Albert Manning (1921)

"It should be noticed that this group of inner **isomorphisms** of F is ... In many
important groups there is no central and F has no outer **isomorphisms**. ..."**6.** *Summarized Proceedings ... and a Directory of Members* (1898)

"To all such **isomorphisms** corresponds a substitution group, which has been called
the group of **isomorphisms** of the given group. When a regular group (K) of ..."**7.** *Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society Held at Philadelphia for* by American Philosophical Society (1897)

"Both the symmetric and the alternating group of degree 6 contain 6 ! simple
**isomorphisms** to themselves that cannot be obtained by transforming the groups by ..."