# Difference between revisions of "Isotopy"

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The term may mean one of the following: | The term may mean one of the following: | ||

*[[Isotopy (in algebra)]] | *[[Isotopy (in algebra)]] | ||

*[[Isotopy (in topology)]], an equivalence relation meaning the possibility of continuous deformation together with the ambient space. | *[[Isotopy (in topology)]], an equivalence relation meaning the possibility of continuous deformation together with the ambient space. |

## Latest revision as of 09:00, 12 December 2013

The term may mean one of the following:

- Isotopy (in algebra)
- Isotopy (in topology), an equivalence relation meaning the possibility of continuous deformation together with the ambient space.

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Isotopy.

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