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  1. There are three different addressing schemes for display devices: direct, matrix, and raster

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  2. The purpose of each scheme is to set (or maintain) the state of a pixel to either black/white or, more commonly, a gray-scale level

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  3. A matrix addressed display runs control signals only to the rows and columns of the display. (See also: matrix) For a screen size of m×n pixels, this scheme would require m+n control signals

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  4. A direct addressed display runs individual control signals to each pixel

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  5. This allows the state, whether on/off or grayscale, to be set and maintained on each pixel

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