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DWT Based Digital Watermarking Technique and its Robustness on Image Rotation, Scaling, JPEG compression, Cropping and Multiple Watermarking

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3 Author(s)
S. M. Mohidul Islam ; Department of CSE, Khulna University, Khulna, Bangladesh. mohid ; Rameswar Debnath ; S. K. Alamgir Hossain

We propose in this paper a discrete wavelet transform (DWT) based digital image watermarking technique. For embedding process, we consider the watermark signal as a binary sequence which is embedded to the high (HL and HH) frequency band of the blue channel. For detecting process, the correlation between the high frequency band DWT coefficients of the watermarked image and the watermark signal is compared with the predefined threshold to determine whether the watermark is present or not. The experimental results show that the method is comparatively robust to several attacks such as rotation, scaling, JPEG compression, cropping, and multiple watermarking.

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2007 International Conference on Information and Communication Technology

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7-9 March 2007