The evolution of strongly interacting matter created at the FAIR-NICA energies characterized by high net baryon densities and moderate temperatures is expected to occur near the boundary of the ﬁrst order phase transition and probable in vicinity of the critical QCD point. A large event-by-event fluctuations of hadronic observables are expected to be the signatures of this critical point. In this work we analyze event-by-event fluctuations of several observables like multiplicity, particle ratio, pT, eliptic flow, other flow harmonics, strangeness ﬂuctuations, using different simulation codes . The initial state asymmetry and its effects is discussed based on Glauber model. The region of high density and small temperature of the nuclear matter at FAIR-NICA energies can be considered also in terms of dense local multinucleon ﬂuctuations that is a motivation to consider the possibility of the cumulative processes.
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