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Electro-optical device, electronic apparatus, and driving method

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An electro-optical device includes a controller, a reference current source, a correction current source, a combining unit, and an electro-optical element. The controller generates a reference current control signal defining a first period during which a reference current is output, and a correction current control signal defining a second period during which a correction current is output, the second period being shorter than the first period. The reference current source generates the reference current based on the reference current control signal. The correction current source generates the correction current based on the correction current control signal. The combining unit combines the reference current and the correction current to generate a driving current. The electro-optical element emits an amount of light corresponding to the driving current. The controller generates the reference current control signal and the correction current control signal so that the second period is shorter than the first period.

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