The smallest change which a sensor can detect is:
Correct answer: 3. Resolution
The smallest change which a sensor can detect is Resolution.
Related Definitions to Resolution
The spatial resolution defined as a measure of the smallest angular or linear separation between two objects that can be resolved by the sensor. (Jensen 2000)
The spectral resolution is defined as the ability of a sensor to define fine wavelength intervals.
Radiometric resolution is the capacity of the instrument to distinguish differences in light intensity or reflectance.
Temporal resolution refers to the discrete resolution of a measurement with respect to time.
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