New Cartographic Terms 3

Nedjeljko Frančula, Miljenko Lapaine


After New Cartographic Terms (Frančula, Lapaine 2022) and New Cartographic Terms 2 (Frančula, Lapaine 2023), we offer the readers of this journal New Cartographic Terms 3. The reason is an accelerated development of technology that creates new terms every day. Terms from computer science, especially artificial intelligence, necessary for cartographers are also included.
All terms are arranged alphabetically. When a name consists of two or more words, the first is always a noun. For example, olfactory cartography is included in the dictionary as cartography, olfactory. A comma means that the usual word order is reversed. Terms in foreign languages are entered in the dictionary in the same way.
A synonym of the term in the Croatian language is marked with also. Preference is given to the first term listed. If there are synonyms in a foreign language, they are separated by a semicolon (;).
See refers to the terms that served in the definition of a certain term or are closely related to it. If that term was included in the Cartographic Dictionary (Frančula et al. 2020), or in previous lists of new cartographic terms, we did not list it here.
Some additional information is given in the notes.

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