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homeomorphous

 [ho″me-o-mor´fus]
of like form and structure.

ho·me·o·mor·phous

(hō'mē-ō-mōr'fŭs),
Of similar shape, but not necessarily of the same composition.
[homeo- + G. morphē, shape]

homeomorphous

[-môr′fəs]
similar in appearance but different in composition.

ho·me·o·mor·phous

(hō'mē-ō-mōr'fŭs)
Of similar shape, but not necessarily of the same composition.
[homeo- + G. morphē, shape]

homeomorphous

of like form and structure.
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For each tile [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], we choose a planar embedding in the following way: For [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], the homeomorphism [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] must be orientation-preserving, and the vertex of [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] which corresponds to [p.
Maki, semi-Generalized Homeomorphisms and Generalized semi-Homeomorphismin topological spaces, IJPAM, 26(1995), No.
10) A homeomorphism (or bicontinuous function) is a continuous function that has a continuous inverse function.
Then [psi]: (0, 1) [right arrow] (0,[infinity]) defines an increasing homeomorphism with limiting values 0,[infinity]at 0, 1, respectively.
Now, since [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] is a homeomorphism between [R.
Moreover, the linear homeomorphism between two topological vector PN spaces ([V.