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Although we now possess a wealth of information about the properties of molecular clouds and the circumstances in which stars form, we still have little direct information about the crucial question of how the material in molecular clouds actually becomes condensed into stars. In this report we shall discuss briefly the current status of theoretical attempts to understand this problem, based on calculations of the dynamics of collapsing clouds and protostars.

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