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—We propose a novel despeckling algorithm for synthetic aperture radar (SAR) images based on the concepts of nonlocal filtering and wavelet-domain shrinkage. It follows the structure of the block-matching 3-D algorithm, recently proposed for additive white Gaussian noise denoising, but modifies its major processing steps in order to take into account the(More)
Graphics editing programs of the last generation provide ever more powerful tools, which allow for the retouching of digital images leaving little or no traces of tampering. The reliable detection of image forgeries requires, therefore, a battery of complementary tools that exploit different image properties. Techniques based on the photo-response(More)
We propose an image forgery localization technique which fuses the outputs of three complementary tools, based on sensor noise, machine-learning and block-matching, respectively. To apply the sensor noise tool, a preliminary camera identification phase was required, followed by estimation of the camera fingerprint, and then forgery detection and(More)
In this paper, we investigate the use of a local discriminative feature space for fingerprint liveness detection. In particular, we rely on the Weber Local Descriptor (WLD), which is a powerful and robust descriptor recently proposed for texture classification. Inspired by Weber's law, it consists of two components, differential excitation and orientation,(More)
Most current synthetic aperture radar (SAR) systems offer high-resolution images featuring polarimetric, interferometric, multifrequency, multiangle, or multidate information. SAR images, however, suffer from strong fluctuations due to the speckle phenomenon inherent to coherent imagery. Hence, all derived parameters display strong signal-dependent(More)
—Despeckling techniques based on the nonlocal approach provide an excellent performance, but exhibit also a remarkable complexity, unsuited to time-critical applications. In this letter, we propose a fast nonlocal despeckling filter. Starting from the recent SAR-BM3D algorithm, we propose to use a variable-size search area driven by the activity level of(More)
PRNU-based techniques guarantee a good forgery detection performance irrespective of the specific type of forgery. The presence or absence of the camera PRNU pattern is detected by a correlation test. Given the very low power of the PRNU signal, however, the correlation must be averaged over a pretty large window, reducing the algorithm's ability to reveal(More)
In this work we propose a new algorithm for copy-move forgery detection and localization, based on the fast computation of a dense nearest-neighbor field. To this end, we use PatchMatch, an iterative randomized algorithm for nearest-neighbor search, which exploits the regularity of natural images to converge very rapidly to a near-optimal and smooth field.(More)