categorical product

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Commutative diagram showing the universal property of X1 × X2 as the categorical product of X1 and X2.

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categorical product (plural categorical products)

  1. (mathematics) A structure constructed from several similar structures, equipped with appropriate projection maps, which generalises the Cartesian product of sets, product of topological spaces and direct product of groups

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