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==Usage of the terms "source" and "target"==
 
==Usage of the terms "source" and "target"==
 
With respect to the terms ''source'' and ''target'' there are two distinct traditions of usage:
 
With respect to the terms ''source'' and ''target'' there are two distinct traditions of usage:
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* The logical and cultures and economics tradition speaks of an ''arrow'', ''[[homomorphism]]'', ''[[Map (mathematics)|mapping]]'', or ''[[morphism]]'' from what is typically the more complex ''domain'' or ''source'' to what is typically the less complex ''[[codomain]]'' or ''target'', using all of these words in the sense of mathematical [[category theory]].
 
 
* The tradition that appears{{Or|date=September 2011}} more common in [[cognitive psychology]], in [[literary theory]], and in specializations within [[philosophy]] outside of [[logic]], speaks of a [[Conceptual metaphor#Mappings|mapping]] from what is typically the more familiar area of experience, the ''source'', to what is typically the more problematic area of experience, the ''target''.
 
   
 
==Models and theories==
 
==Models and theories==
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