Watermarking using pixel-wise masking in the wavelet domain proves to be quite robust against common signal processing attacks. Initially, in a system proposed by Barni et al., embedding is made only in the highest resolution level; there are two disadvantages to this technique: the watermark information can be easily erased by a potential attacker and… (More)
We propose the use of a new implementation of the hyperanalytic wavelet transform, (HWT), in association with a Maximum a Posteriori (MAP) filter named bishrink. The denoising methods based on wavelets are sensitive to the selection of the mother wavelets. Taking into account the drawbacks of the bishrink filter and the sensitivity with the selection of the… (More)
—Shift invariance associated with good directional se-lectivity is important for the use of a wavelet transform (WT) in many fields of image processing. Generally, complex wavelet transforms, e.g., the double-tree complex WT (DTCWT), have these useful properties. In this paper, we propose the use of a recently introduced implementation of such a WT, namely,… (More)
—Signal processing techniques have attracted a lot of attention recently in the networking security technology, because of their capability of detecting novel intrusions or attacks. In this paper, we propose a new detection mechanism of network traffic anomaly based on Analytical Discrete Wavelet Transform (ADWT) and high-order statistical analysis. In… (More)
The SONAR images are perturbed by speckle noise. This paper presents a new denoising method in the wavelet domain, which tends to reduce the speckle, preserving the structural features and textural information of the scene. Shift-invariance associated with good directional selectivity is important for the use of a wavelet transform (WT) in denoising of… (More)
In this paper we propose the use of a new implementation of the hyperanalytic wavelet transform, (HWT), in association with a Maximum a Posteriori (MAP) filter named bishrink. Such a denoising method is sensitive to the selection of the mother wavelets used for the computation of the HWT. Taking into account the drawbacks of the bishrink filter and the… (More)
We introduce the hyperanalytic wavelet packets concept and we prove some of their properties: good frequency localization, quasi shift-invariance, quasi analyticity and quasi rotational invariance.