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Fagin. R., Finite-mode1 theory -a personal perspective, Theoretical Computer Science 116 (1993) 3-31. Finite-model theory is a study of the logical properties of finite mathematical structures. This paper is a very personalized view of finite-model theory, where the author focuses on his own personal history, and results and problems of interest to him, especially those springing from work in his Ph.D. thesis. Among the topics discussed are: (1) D#&mces herween the model theory of'jiniredoi:10.1007/3-540-53507-1_67 fatcat:bo7ne5kfbbfzdn2gkaw4fy2vbu