What does binning a distribution mean

meaning of binning in English

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Note that binning becomes less useful in higher dimensions, because it suffers from the curse of dimensionality.
The variable binning capability of the camera allows image acquisition at user-specified spatial and spectral resolutions.
A lot of these people get no further than reading and binning it.
The binning of billions of spent batteries, which then end up in municipal landfills and in groundwater, represents a particular threat when they contain cadmium, lead or mercury.
One possible solution to this anchor point placement problem is to remove the histogram binning grid completely.
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The pyramid match kernel builds multi-resolution histograms by binning data points into discrete regions of increasing size.
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The measurements are reported with errors, which are essential for performing dynamic binning for comparisons between data sets.
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The resulting binning Data can be graphed, or logged, on a wafer map to trace manufacturing defects and mark bad chips.
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It uses a new color filter array layout that allows for binning (combining) of pixels of the same color.
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