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  • The purpose of this paper is to describe the application of expert system concepts to cartographic problems. Expert systems, a subfield of artificial intelligence, are computer programs based on knowledge and symbolic reasoning. The basic principles of expert systems will be explained. Areas of cartography that are most suitable for this new approach of computer-assisted cartography will be identified. Examples of cartographic expert systems will be discussed, problems identified, and future research efforts in the area of cartographic expert systems suggested.
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