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A Survey on Digital Camera Image Forensic Methods

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There are two main interests in digital camera image forensics, namely source identification and forgery detection. In this paper, we first briefly provide an introduction to the major processing stages inside a digital camera and then review several methods for source digital camera identification and forgery detection. Existing methods for source identification explore the various processing stages inside a digital camera to derive the clues for distinguishing the source cameras while forgery detection checks for inconsistencies in image quality or for presence of certain characteristics as evidence of tampering.

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Multimedia and Expo, 2007 IEEE International Conference on

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2-5 July 2007

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