subcategory

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sub·cat·e·go·ry

 (sŭb-kăt′ĭ-gôr′ē, sŭb′kăt′-)
n. pl. sub·cat·e·go·ries
A subdivision that has common differentiating characteristics within a larger category.

subcategory

(ˈsʌbˌkætəɡərɪ)
n, pl -ries
a further category within a category already established
Translations
podkategorie
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When it exists, the left adjoint to the inclusion functor Norm(B) [right arrow] (E [down arrow] B) will be denoted by Norm: (E [down arrow] B) [right arrow] Norm(B) and called the normalisation functor (over B).
omicron]] S denotes the inclusion functor, then the previous definition can be given equivalently, restricting I[R.
O [right arrow] Top to be the homotopy right Kan extension of F along the inclusion functor N [right arrow] O.