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Several dynamical theories have been developed in order to approach the dynamical evolution of stellar systems and explain the observational data. The observed density profiles of the clusters can be a valuable source of information towards the understanding of their dynamical properties. King in a series of papers has connected the established theories with the observed profiles in clusters of our own Galaxy (King, 1962, 1966; etc.). Density profiles can be obtained by means of star countsdoi:10.1017/s0074180900043126 fatcat:cwz7fyvaonb4rk57j6vigphmuy