A system whose all characteristics would be in a one-to-one correspondance with all those of another system.
This is clearly another semantic inconvenience: No two systems are ever identical.
It would merely be conceivable that the models with selected characteristics taken out of two similar systems, could be isomorphic.
But we may be satisfied with partial isomorphies, that can be very useful to create generalizing models.
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