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This quantity is a set of papers on version thought and its functions. The longest paper, ""Model concept of Unitriangular Groups"" through O. V. Belegradek, kinds a refined normal concept in the back of Maltsev's well-known correspondence among jewelry and teams. this can be the 1st released paper at the subject. Given the current model-theoretic curiosity in algebraic teams, Belegradek's paintings is of specific curiosity to logicians and algebraists. the remainder of the gathering includes papers on numerous questions of version conception, customarily on balance conception. members of this identify are prime Russian researchers within the box.

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