To: **null and void**

OK. I don’t have a clue either.

BTW, how long until someone gets offended over the name:

“fully homomorphic encryption”

4 posted on **12/28/2013 10:53:48 AM PST** by I want the USA back
(Media: completely irresponsible traitors. Complicit in the destruction of our country.)

To: **I want the USA back**

Heteromorphic? Yes.

Homomorphic? Are you kidding me? LMAO

To: **I want the USA back**

From Wikipedia:

A homomorphism is a map that preserves selected structure between two algebraic structures, with the structure to be preserved being given by the naming of the homomorphism. Particular definitions of homomorphism include the following:

A semigroup homomorphism is a map that preserves an associative binary operation.

A monoid homomorphism is a semigroup homomorphism that maps the identity element to the identity of the codomain.

A group homomorphism is a homomorphism that preserves the group structure. It may equivalently be defined as a semigroup homomorphism between groups.

A ring homomorphism is a homomorphism that preserves the ring structure. Whether the multiplicative identity is to be preserved depends upon the definition of ring in use.

A linear map is a homomorphism that preserves the vector space structure, namely the abelian group structure and scalar multiplication. The scalar type must further be specified to specify the homomorphism, e.g. every R-linear map is a Z-linear map, but not vice versa.

An algebra homomorphism is a homomorphism that preserves the algebra structure.

A functor is a homomorphism between two categories.

Is it clear, now?

27 posted on **12/28/2013 1:13:08 PM PST** by gitmo
(If your theology doesn't become your biography, what good is it?)

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