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Then d× b e = {(x,y) / x∈d, y∈e, h(x) = n(y) } = {(x,y) / x∈d, y∈e , h(x) = y } ≅ {x / x∈d, h(x)∈e }, that is, the expected domain of convergence of the composed function. The projections h' and n' associated with the pullback {x / x∈d, h(x)∈e} are respectively h|{x / x∈d, h(x)∈e} and the canonical injection i: {x / x∈d, h(x)∈e}→d. In conclusion, for all x∈{x / x∈d, h(x)∈e }, one has k(h'(x)) = k(h(x)) , as we wanted. Every arrow f∈C[a,b] has a natural associated arrow in pC, that is (id: a→a, f: a→b).

We partly followed the approach in DiPaola and Heller (1984), and in Longo and Moggi (1984), where the notions of “complete object” and partial Cartesian Closed Category were introduced (and applied in Asperti and Longo (1987) ). The properties of complete objects carry on also when using a more topos-theoretic perspective, as shown in Moggi (1988), which is devoted to a deeper insight into the concepts just sketched here. New results and surveys on categories with partial morphisms may be also found in Rosolini (1986), Moggi (1988a), Robinson and Rosolini (1988) and Curien and Obtulowicz (1988).

1 Functors If a transformation F between two categories C and D must map the categorical structure of C to that of D, it must take objects and morphisms of C to objects and morphisms of D; moreover, it must preserve source, target, identities and composition. Such a transformation F: C→D is called a functor. 1 Definition Let C and D be categories. A (covariant) functor F : C → D is a pair of operations Fob: ObC → ObD , Fmor: MorC → MorD such that, for each f: a→b , g: b→c in C, - Fmor(f) : Fob(a)→ Fob(b) - Fmor(g ° f) = Fmor(g) ° Fmor(f) - Fmor(ida) = idFob(a).

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