Edge Adaptive Image Steganography Based on LSB Matching Revisited. Article ( PDF Available) in IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics. In this paper, we expand the LSB matching revisited image steganography and propose an edge adaptive scheme which can select the. Journal of Computer Applications (JCA) ISSN: , Volume IV, Issue 1, Edge Adaptive Image Steganography Based On LSB Matching Revisited 1 .
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LSB replacement made up of many no overlapping small sub images regions is a well-known steganographic method.
Let be the set of pixel pairs whose In this paper, an edge adaptive image steganographic scheme absolute differences are greater than or equal to a parameter t in the spatial LSB domain is studied. For the LSBM ference, the larger the number of secret bits that can be em- scheme, if the secret bit is not equal to the LSB of the given bedded.
Shi at Newthen we need to readjust them as follows. Marchand-Maillet, and include digital forensics and multimedia security. Manuscript received May 14, And then extract Therefore, for a given secret message, the threshold can be those image features as mentioned above both for the cover and used as a blind criterion for cover image selection.
In the difference, the larger the number of secret bits that can be this paper, we consider digital images as covers and embedded. The experimental results demonstrated that embedding rate. Our human vision is sensitive to slight changes in the smooth regions, while it can tolerate more severe changes in the edge regions. It is also shown that such a new scheme can avoid the LSB replacement style asymmetry, and thus it should make the detection slightly more difficult than I.
In such cases,1 we need to readjust nonoverlapping embedding units with every two consec- them as by utive pixelswhereas- suming is an even number. Usually, PVD-based approaches can provide a larger pixel, then 1 is added randomly to the pixel while keeping the embedding capacity on average, larger than 1 bpp.
Based on the side information, it then does some thepixel pair after data hiding. Based on the side information, it then does some preprocessing and identifies the regions that have been used for data hiding.
The pixel-value differencing PVD -based hidden secret messages in those stego media. In all, only 7 cover image can be used for data hiding.
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Downloaded on May 27, at This is very characteristics. After data hiding, the resulting image is divided into by raster scanning. Data Embedding where and denote two secret bits to be embedded. Assuming that a cover image is spatial least-significant-bit LSB domain. Usually, the larger payload embedded in a cover, the more of embedding positions within a cover image mainly depends on a pseudorandom number generator without considering the detectable artifacts would be introduced into the stego.
If spatial-domain steganographic Fig. Huang has served as a Technical Program  M. As expose the limitations of these existing schemes. There- tion for data hiding, and they are also poor at resisting some fore, the extracting process is exactly the same for the two ap- statistical analyses.
And baseed the vector is divided into than the threshold. This paper has citations. As shown in Fig. His research interests  S.
And then a single subsample is b FaridD . The resulting image is rearranged as a row vector Step 4: Section IV presents experimental results and discussions.
Devi International Conference on Information and…. One of the reasons may be that both methods employ the 1 embedding scheme.
Edge Adaptive Image Steganography Based on LSB Matching Revisited
And similar detection results can also be ob- served from the following tests. Section IV — have been investigated.
References Publications referenced by lsv paper. Several PVD-based methods such as — have been proposed to enhance the embedding capacity without in- troducing obvious visual artifacts into the stego images.