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In the era of information and communication technology (ICT) and big data, the map gradually shows a new qualitative feature of "spatiotemporal ubiquitous" with the extension of its object space, expression space and information source, which challenges the theory of cartographic visualization. This paper discusses the ubiquitous map visualization from the object content and expression form. Oriented to the ternary space, it divides the object dimension of ubiquitous map visualization anddoi:10.4236/gep.2022.102010 fatcat:rlopxpkktvdt3ibeqqvbbykq5e