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The Free On-line Dictionary of Computing (18 March 2015):

surjection onto surjective A function f : A -> B is surjective or onto or a surjection if f A = B. I.e. f can return any value in B. This means that its image is its codomain. Only surjections have right inverses, f' : B -> A where f (f' x) = x since if f were not a surjection there would be elements of B for which f' was not defined. See also bijection, injection. (1995-05-27)