Parts of a color mapping table

A color mapping table consists of a base part, a set of source groups, and a set of target groups. The base part identifies the color mapping table with a type of reset or normal.

The simplest possible color mapping table is a reset color mapping table, which tells the printer not to do any transformations on the color information found in the document. A reset color mapping table does not have any source or target groups; all other color mapping tables have at least one source and one target group.

 
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