digital number In remote sensing systems, a variable assigned to a pixel, usually in the form of a binary integer in the range of 0–255 (i.e. a byte). The range of energies examined in a remote sensing system is broken into 256 bins. A single pixel may have several digital number variables corresponding to different bands recorded.
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