Definition of isomorphism in English:

isomorphism

noun

  • See isomorphic

    • ‘So no random isomorphism or pattern somewhere is going to count, and hence syntax is not observer-relative.’
    • ‘But there is also something more: a kind of isomorphism between Darwin's Darwinism and historical Darwinism.’
    • ‘In institutional environments, in particular, organizations are rewarded for structural isomorphism.’
    • ‘Given this isomorphism, it seems perverse to disqualify blood cells and other microscopically viewed objects from the realm of observables’.’
    • ‘The dog says that there are no surfaces, just occasional strata of unusual density, and that there can't be abstaction because deep isomorphism is always required.’

Pronunciation

isomorphism

/ˌʌɪsə(ʊ)ˈmɔːfɪz(ə)m/