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Isomorphism in Gestalt Theory : Comparison of Wertheimer

@inproceedings{Luchins2015IsomorphismIG,
  title={Isomorphism in Gestalt Theory : Comparison of Wertheimer},
  author={Edith H. Luchins},
  year={2015}
}
The term isomorphism literally means equality or sameness (iso) of form (morphism). In mathematics an isomorphism between two systems requires a one-toone correspondence between their elements (that is, each element of one system corresponds to one and only one element of the other system, and conversely), which also preserves structures. Referring to isomorphism as one of the most important and general mathematical concepts, R. Duncan Luce and Patrick Suppes (1968, p. 72) characterize it as ”a… 

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