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Meh.


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comment Is there a name for a graph homomorphism that is almost subgraph isomorphic but allows multiple nodes to map to the same node?
I had assumed that "regular" graph homomorphisms (I presume you mean that the function is neither injective, bijective, nor surjective) could leave some nodes in G unmapped, but if that is not the case then this is what I'm looking for.
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Argh, the author mixes the various notations throughout the document! Why not just pick one and be consistent...
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