Definition of conjugacy in English:

conjugacy

noun

  • See conjugate

    • ‘Topological conjugacy is important in the study of iterated functions and more generally dynamical systems, since, if the dynamics of one iterated function can be solved, then those for any topologically conjugate function follow trivially.’
    • ‘But first we need the following basic notion of conjugacy of group actions.’
    • ‘The bending of a surface on a principal base is a continuous bending of a surface under which the conjugacy of the net of certain curves on the surface is preserved.…’
    • ‘He is the first to introduce the notion of the order of an element, conjugacy, the cycle decomposition of elements of permutation groups and the notions of primitive and imprimitive.’