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Title:
Information hiding techniques for steganography and digital watermarking
Author:
Katzenbeisser, Stefan.
Publication Information:
Boston : Artech House, [2000]

©2000
Physical Description:
xviii, 220 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
General Note:
"Artech House computing library"--Half t.p.
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781580530354
Format :
Book

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Summary

Summary

Steganography, a means by which two or more parties may communicate using invisible or subliminal communication, and watermarking, a means of hiding copyright data in images, are becoming necessary components of commercial multimedia applications that are subject to illegal use. This is a comprehensive survey of steganography and watermarking and their application to modern communications and multimedia. It helps the reader to understand steganography, the history of this previously neglected element of cryptography, the hurdles of international law on strong cryptographic techniques, and a description of the methods you can use to hide information in modern media. Included in this discussion is an overview of steganalysis, methods which can be used to break stenographic communication.


Author Notes

Stefan Katzenbeisser is a student of computer science at the Vienna University of Technology.

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Table of Contents

History of Steganography
Principles of Steganography
A Survey of Current Steganography Techniques
Steganalysis
Introduction to Watermarking Techniques
A Survey of Current Watermarking Techniques
Robustness of Copyright Marking Systems
Fingerprinting
Copyright on the Internet and Watermarking: Tort Choice of Law Issues