Transactions on Data Hiding and Multimedia Security V by Moussadek Laadjel, Ahmed Bouridane, Fatih Kurugollu, Omar

By Moussadek Laadjel, Ahmed Bouridane, Fatih Kurugollu, Omar Nibouche, WeiQi Yan (auth.), Yun Q. Shi (eds.)

Since the mid Nineties, facts hiding has been proposed as an permitting know-how for securing multimedia communique, and is now utilized in a number of functions together with broadcast tracking, motion picture fingerprinting, steganography, video indexing and retrieval, and picture authentication. information hiding and cryptographic innovations are usually mixed to counterpoint one another, therefore triggering the advance of a brand new learn box of multimedia defense. in addition to, similar disciplines, steganalysis and information forensics, are more and more attracting researchers and turning into one other new study box of multimedia defense. This magazine, LNCS Transactions on information Hiding and Multimedia safeguard, goals to be a discussion board for all researchers in those rising fields, publishing either unique and archival examine effects.

This factor encompasses a certain part on forensic picture research for crime prevention together with papers. the extra 4 papers care for collusion-resistant fingerprinting platforms, part correlation dependent photo matching in scrambled area, and visible cryptography.

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Finally, we presented open research problems in this dynamic and challenging field. References 1. : Analysis of attacks on image watermarks with randomized coefficients. Technical Report 96-045, NEC Res. Inst. Tech. Princeton, NJ (1996) 2. : Improved Boneh-Shaw content fingerprinting. In: Naccache, D. ) CT-RSA 2001. LNCS, vol. 2020, p. 378. Springer, Heidelberg (2001) 3. : Multimedia fingerprinting forensics for traitor tracing. In: Hindawi, EURASIP on Signal Processing and Communications, New York, NY (2005) 4.

Combinatorial design is closely related to the generation of codes for fingerprinting applications. Fundamental combinatorial codes and their relationships are well reviewed in [17]. These fingerprint codes are created to protect generic data such as softwares, text data, or bitstreams. Fingerprinting with tracing capability was originated from Wagner et al. [18], and fingerprinting resilient against pirate coalitions was studied by Blakley et al. [4] in the 80s. The identifiable parent property (IPP) codes [19] were developed to deal with two pirate users.

Assuming we have a set of samples Bi with associated ground truth ID(Bi ), two subsets of samples are created: 1. A gallery set G consisting of m samples of different subjects. 2. A probe set Q with n samples associated with the n subjects. The probe set Q can be from any set of individuals, but usually probe identities are presumed to be in the gallery G. The probe set may contain more than one sample of a given person and need not contain a sample of each subject in G. In order to estimate the CMC, each probe sample is matched to every gallery sample resulting in a n×m similarity matrix S.

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