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2000

Intelligent GIS: Architectural Issues and Implementation Methods

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Intelligent GIS: Architectural Issues and Implementation Methods
Abstract. The paper presents an intelligent GIS architecture that enables us to extend GIS functionality by using domain specific knowledge and inference engine. In this architecture, an intelligent agent monitors events, which occur in the GIS environment, and execute tasks depending on user's actions. The intelligent agent includes an expert system shell and knowledge base. A hybrid knowledge representation method is used that integrates rule-based, object-oriented, and procedural knowledge representations. Key words: intelligent GIS, software integration, software architecture, expert systems.
Viktoras Paliulionis
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Type Journal
Year 2000
Where INFORMATICALT
Authors Viktoras Paliulionis
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