Dhruv Gupta

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The classical fingerprint recognition system can be compromised at the database and the sensor. Therefore, to beef up security of the fingerprint recognition system, reversible watermarking is proposed to protect these two points. Reversible watermarks thwart manipulations, $${viz}$$ v i z ., copy and replay attacks and ensure that native fingerprint(More)
In developing countries, night driving is extremely unsafe mainly due to; 1). Poorly followed traffic rules and 2) bad road conditions. The number of accidents is increasing at a frightening pace, necessitating the development of a low cost automatic headlight control system to ensure safety. In most accident cases, fatal collisions take place due to glare(More)
In this work, authors propose a novel scheme with commu-tative encryption and reversible watermarking for a fingerprint image. Due to commutative property one can embed and extract watermark in either plain or encrypted fingerprint image, irrespective of order in which encryption or watermarking is applied. The encryption and the watermarking keys are(More)
—Most watermarking methods reduce peak signal-to-noise ratio (PSNR) of a host signal like images. However in this paper, we propose a novel watermarking scheme which increases PSNR of the super-resolved image while ensuring its authenticity. The idea is to capture the information missed by a super-resolution algorithm and fuse it with the super-resolved(More)
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