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    Interdisciplinary integration of the educational process is considered as the main mechanism for optimizing the structure of the knowledge model and the system of disciplines to form professional competencies both for each academic discipline separately and within the curriculum as a whole [2]. Many works have been devoted to solving problems of interdisciplinary integration (for example,
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