Steganographic Capacity of Images, based on Image Equivalence Classes

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Klaus Hansen, Christian Hammer, Jens Damgaard Andersen, Lars R. Randleff

The problem of hiding information imperceptibly can be formulated as the problem of determining if a given image is a member of a sufficiently large equivalence class of images which to the Human Visual System appears to be the same image. This makes it possible to replace the given image with a modified image similar in appearance but carrying imperceptibly coded information. This paper presents a framework and an experimental algorithm to estimate upper bounds for the size of an equivalence class.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings ACM Multimedia '01 : Workshop on Multimedia and Security
PublisherAssociation for Computing Machinery
Publication date2001
Pages36-39
ISBN (Print)1-58113-393-6
Publication statusPublished - 2001
EventACM Multimedia '01, Workshop on Multimedia and Security - Ottawa, Canada
Duration: 30 Sep 20015 Oct 2001

Conference

ConferenceACM Multimedia '01, Workshop on Multimedia and Security
LandCanada
ByOttawa
Periode30/09/200105/10/2001

    Research areas

  • Faculty of Science - computer science, image processing and computer vision, coding and information Theory, digital watermarking, information hiding, image equivalence classes, perceptual tolerance

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