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|A successive approximation technique for displaying gray shades in liquid crystal displays (LCDs)
liquid crystal displays (LCDs)
|IEEE Transactions on Image Processing, 2007, Vol.16, p554-561
|A successive approximation technique that is based on the conventional line-by-line-addressing is proposed. A large number of gray shades can be displayed without flicker by using low-cost liquid crystal display drivers that are designed to drive the pixels to either ON or OFF states in bilevel displays
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