You could try this ...
1 select D.title, D.doc_num, D.version from junk D,
4 A.doc_num doc_num
5 , MAX(A.version) version
7 junk A
8 , junk B
10 A.doc_num = B.doc_num
11 and A.title = B.title
12 and A.version >= B.version
13 group by
15 ) C
16* where D.doc_num = C.doc_num and D.version = C.version
... bleh what a ugly mess.
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