Since the mid 1990s, data hiding has been proposed as an enabling technology for securing multimedia communication, and is now used in various applications including broadcast monitoring, movie fingerprinting, steganography, video indexing and retrieval, and image authentication. Data hiding and cryptographic techniques are often combined to complement each other, thus triggering the development of a new research field of multimedia security. Besides, two related disciplines, steganalysis and data forensics, are increasingly attracting researchers and becoming another new research field of multimedia security. This journal, LNCS Transactions on Data Hiding and Multimedia Security, aims to be a forum for all researchers in these emerging fields, publishing both original and archival research results. This issue consists mainly of a special section on content protection and forensics including four papers. The additional paper deals with histogram-based image hashing for searching content-preserving copies.In August and September 2010, some technical discussions with the authors of CASIA TIDE v1.0 and v2.0 datasets revealed some information which ... The information is mainly with the following two issues: 1) The JPEG compression applied to authentic images is one-time less than that applied ... tampered images by Matlab with quality factor = 84; 3) Leaving 2, 064 JPEG tampered images untouched.
|Title||:||Transactions on Data Hiding and Multimedia Security VI|
|Author||:||Yun Q. Shi|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2011-11-09|