If morphism h is an extension of morphism f,we call morphism f is a restricion of morphism h; If morphism h is a lifting of morphism f,what do we call morphism f of morphism h ? Or in other words, if i is an inclusion morphism ,then what do we call the morphism f*i, as i*f is called restriction of f ?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Whether the morphism has special name

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