[huh-mot-uh-pee, hoh-] /həˈmɒt ə pi, hoʊ-/

noun, plural homotopies. Mathematics.
the relation that exists between two mappings in a topological space if one mapping can be deformed in a continuous way to make it coincide with the other.


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