Linearization Table doesn't contain any color correction, but contains enough data to create smooth gradients and prevent your inks from bleeding.
Linearization is a process by which output values are corrected to match input values. For instance, a file contains a color that is 10% cyan, but when printed appears much darker than expected, closer to 25% cyan. Performing linearization will determine the correct output values so that when printed, 10% cyan more closely matches the 10% cyan in the file being printed.
These are the main steps to creating a Linearization Table:
See the following topics for directions: