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The term abstract process refers to abstractions as being distinguishable as processes—i.e., as concepts which carry a meaning of functionality and operation with regard to other concepts. Within the study of abstractions, the term is used to refer to processes as distinct from "concepts" or other objects which carry no intrinsic functional meaning.
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