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By Yann Ollivier

Summary. Random teams supply a rigorous option to take on such ques-
tions as "What does a customary (finitely generated) crew glance like?" or
"What is the habit of a component of a gaggle while not anything specific
happens?"
We overview the consequences acquired on random teams as of January 2005.
We supply right definitions and record identified houses of ordinary teams. We
also emphasize homes of random components in a given crew. moreover
we current extra particular, randomly twisted staff structures supplying
new, "wild" examples of teams.
A finished dialogue of open difficulties and views is in-
cluded.

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