minimum-distance-to-means classification A remote sensing classification system in which the mean point in digital parameter space is calculated for pixels of known classes, and unknown pixels are then assigned to the class which is arithmetically closest when digital number values of the different bands are plotted. See also BOX CLASSIFICATION; and MAXIMUM-LIKELIHOOD-CLASSIFICATION.
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