# isotopy

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**isotopy**— izotopija statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. isotopy vok. Isotopie, f rus. изотопия, f pranc. isotopie, f … Fizikos terminų žodynas**isotopy**— /uy sot euh pee, uy seuh toh pee/, n. Chem. the quality or condition of being isotopic; isotopic character. [1915 20; ISOTOPE + Y3] * * * … Universalium**isotopy**— iso·to·py … English syllables**isotopy**— /aɪˈsɒtəpi/ (say uy sotuhpee) noun isotopic character … Australian English dictionary**isotopy**— ˈ ̷ ̷ ̷ ̷ˌtōpē, īˈsäd.əpē noun ( es) Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary isotope + y, n. suffix : the quality or state of being isotopic … Useful english dictionary**Isotopy of loops**— Isotopy of quasigroups = Let (Q,cdot) and (P,circ) be quasigroups. A quasigroup homotopy from Q to P is a triple (α, β, γ) of maps from Q to P such that :alpha(x)circeta(y) = gamma(xcdot y),for all x , y in Q . A quasigroup homomorphism is just… … Wikipedia**Regular isotopy**— In the mathematical subject of knot theory, a regular isotopy of a link diagram is the equivalence relation generated by using the 2nd and 3rd Reidemeister moves only. The notion of regular isotopy was introduced by Louis Kauffman (Kauffman 1990) … Wikipedia**Ambient isotopy**— In the mathematical subject of topology, an ambient isotopy, also called an h isotopy, is a kind of continuous distortion of an ambient space , a manifold, taking a submanifold to another submanifold. For example in knot theory, one considers two … Wikipedia**Homotopy**— This article is about topology. For chemistry, see Homotopic groups. The two dashed paths shown above are homotopic relative to their endpoints. The animation represents one possible homotopy. In topology, two continuous functions from one… … Wikipedia**Quasigroup**— In mathematics, especially in abstract algebra, a quasigroup is an algebraic structure resembling a group in the sense that division is always possible. Quasigroups differ from groups mainly in that they need not be associative. A quasigroup with … Wikipedia