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    In any system, the act of setting device parameters in accordance with certain prescribed or "ideal" values, especially to compensate for variables in a working environment. For example, see Color Calibration, which is the optimization of a scanner's settings. Computer monitors can also be calibrated to compensate for changes in ambient light.

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