Multiresolution watermarking for images and video
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This paper proposes a unified approach to digital watermarking of images and video based on the two- and three-dimensional discrete wavelet transforms. The hierarchical nature of the wavelet representation allows multiresolutional detection of the digital watermark, which is a Gaussian distributed random vector added to all the high-pass bands in the wavelet domain. We show that when subjected to distortion from compression or image halftoning, the corresponding watermark can still be correctly identified at each resolution (excluding the lowest one) in the wavelet domain. Computational savings from such a multiresolution watermarking framework is obvious, especially for the video case.
IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems for Video Technology
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Zhu, W., Xiong, Z., & Zhang, Y.
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Zhu, Wenwu||Xiong, Zixiang||Zhang, Ya-Qin