- coproduct
- noun Date: 1942 by-product 1

*New Collegiate Dictionary.
2001.*

- coproduct
- noun Date: 1942 by-product 1

*New Collegiate Dictionary.
2001.*

**Coproduct**— This article is about coproducts in categories. For coproduct in the sense of comultiplication, see Coalgebra. In category theory, the coproduct, or categorical sum, is the category theoretic construction which includes the disjoint union of sets … Wikipedia**coproduct**— /koh prod euhkt, ukt/, n. something produced jointly with another product. [1940 45; CO + PRODUCT] * * * … Universalium**coproduct**— noun Any of multiple products that are produced at the same time, or by the same process … Wiktionary**coproduct**— co·product … English syllables**coproduct**— co•prod•uct [[t]ˈkoʊˌprɒd əkt, ʌkt[/t]] n. cvb something produced jointly with another product • Etymology: 1940–45 … From formal English to slang**coproduct**— (ˈ)kō+ noun Etymology: co + product : by product 1 * * * /koh prod euhkt, ukt/, n. something produced jointly with another product. [1940 45; CO + PRODUCT] … Useful english dictionary**Pushout (category theory)**— In category theory, a branch of mathematics, a pushout (also called a fibered coproduct or fibered sum or cocartesian square or amalgamed sum) is the colimit of a diagram consisting of two morphisms f : Z → X and g : Z → Y with a common … Wikipedia**Category of rings**— In mathematics, the category of rings, denoted by Ring, is the category whose objects are rings (with identity) and whose morphisms are ring homomorphisms (preserving the identity). Like many categories in mathematics, the category of rings is… … Wikipedia**Exterior algebra**— In mathematics, the exterior product or wedge product of vectors is an algebraic construction generalizing certain features of the cross product to higher dimensions. Like the cross product, and the scalar triple product, the exterior product of… … Wikipedia**Glossary of topology**— This is a glossary of some terms used in the branch of mathematics known as topology. Although there is no absolute distinction between different areas of topology, the focus here is on general topology. The following definitions are also… … Wikipedia