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Some PageWide array printers use two different ink linearization tables in the printing direction (and a

transition table between them) to address the color density problem caused by the interaction between the

airflows and the vacuum. All these tables are generated assuming zero-margin between the printed image

and the leading edge of the media. Therefore, when printing with different margins or when images are

clipped, the default ink linearization tables and the transition table are not valid. To overcome this

limitation, we propose a method that dynamically recalculates the transition table so that the ink

linearization tables are applied correctly.

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