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  1. [remote sensing] A technique normally applied to a single-band monochrome image for highlighting areas that appear to be uniform in tone, but are not. Grayscale values (0-255) are converted into a series of intervals, or slices, and different colors are assigned to each slice. Density slicing is often used to highlight variations in vegetation. Media\density-slicing.gif

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