imposition

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imposition

 [im″po-zĭ´shun]
the forcing of something upon a person or group without consent.
cultural imposition the tendency of a person or group to impose their values and patterns of behavior onto other persons.
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Rather than relying on a catalog of impositions, the system's algorithm calculates the best way to produce a particular product defined by press capabilities and the preferred printing method, according to Harland Simon Sales Manager Charlie Brackley.
The Prinergy(R) Newsrun workflow management system is designed for the newspaper production environment with automated, newspaper-specific impositions and edition planning.
Other key features include automatic font downloading; batch processing of color separations to off-load files from other workstations and separate multiple jobs at an unattended station; previewing traps generated from TrapWise and impositions created with PressWise to ensure that key components are in the desired places before printing; automatic linking to trapped files created with TrapWise 2.