Through symbolic programming, complex processes can be developed that build other more intricate processes by combining smaller units of logic or functionality. Thus, such programs can effectively modify themselves and appear to "learn", what makes them better suited for applications such as artificial intelligence, expert systems, natural language processing, and computer games.
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