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Customized ICC Output Profile Construction and Concerns

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Today Color Management Systems (CMS) are used in almost every digital imaging environment, where controlling color transformation between different devices is essential. For printing devices, the accuracy of achieving the CMS goal depends on the accuracy of interpreting a color printer behavior in a standardized format that is saved in a ICC profile, which therefore becomes crucial for many imaging industries. The process of constructing ICC profiles depends on many factors. Understanding and controlling these factors will influence the construction of ICC profiles.

The aim of this study is to control all the elements that affect producing an accurate output ICC profile. Starting from having an accurate printer characterization model to fundamentally creating an ICC profile with the assistance of a customized C++ program code provides us a framework to also edit and probe other ICC profiles.

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2011-01-01

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