Chuntao Wang

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Extensive testing shows that the audio Zernike moments in lower orders are very robust to common signal processing operations, such as MP3 compression, low-pass filtering, etc. Based on the observations, in this paper, a robust watermark scheme is proposed by embedding the bits into the low-order moments. By analyzing and deducting the linear relationship(More)
We found the novel role of hydrogen sulfide in the adaptation of the alpine plant to altitude gradient in the Northern Tibetan Plateau. Alpine plants have developed strategies to survive the extremely cold conditions prevailing at high altitudes; however, the mechanism underlying the evolution of these strategies remains unknown. Hydrogen sulfide (H2S) is(More)
Achieving robustness, imperceptibility and high capacity simultaneously is of great importance in digital watermarking. This paper presents a new informed image watermarking scheme with high robustness and simplified complexity at an information rate of 1/64 bit/pixel. Firstly, a Taylor series approximated locally optimum test (TLOT) detector based on the(More)
Robustness is an important issue in the development of multi-bits watermarking algorithm. A new algorithm for robust multi-bits image watermarking based on Hidden Markov Model (HMM) in wavelet domain is proposed. The algorithm is characterized as follows: (1) the proposed blind detector based on vector HMM, which is employed to describe the statistics of(More)
The robust performance against geometrical manipulations is still one of major concerns in robust watermarking although significant improvement has been achieved in past decades. In this paper, we tackle the global geometrical attacks by designing a deformable multi-scale transform (DMST) that has joint shiftability in position, orientation, and scale. Via(More)
In this paper, we propose an advanced partial encryption of watermarking and scrambling using the magnitude information of Modifed Discrete Cosine Transform (MDCT). In MPEG-1/Audio Layer III (MP3), the magnitude and phase information of modified discrete cosine transform (MDCT) coefficients is encrypted. The proposed method uses both watermarking and(More)