From French surjection, introduced by Nicolas Bourbaki in their treatise Éléments de mathématique.
Ultimately borrowed from Latin superiectiō (“a throwing over or on; (fig.) an exaggeration, a hyperbole”).
surjection (plural surjections)
- (set theory) A function that is a many-to-one mapping; (formally) Any function for which for every , there is at least one such that .
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