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The first pixel is rendered as a single rectangle occupying the entire work area. The second through fifth each occupy a quarter of the work area. Sufficient progression will refine the image until the rendered rectangles correspond to a target resolution (for example, a screen resolution).
Rectangles are laid out with an overlap pattern so as to avoid unnecessary rendering.
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