A Copy-Proof Scheme Based on the Spectral and Spatial Barcoding Channel Models

@article{Chen2020ACS,
  title={A Copy-Proof Scheme Based on the Spectral and Spatial Barcoding Channel Models},
  author={Changsheng Chen and Mulin Li and Anselmo Ferreira and Jiwu Huang and Rizhao Cai},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security},
  year={2020},
  volume={15},
  pages={1056-1071}
}
The traditional two-dimensional (2D) barcode has been employed in anti-counterfeiting systems as a storage media for serial numbers. However, an attack can be initiated by simply copying the 2D barcode and attaching it to a counterfeit product. In this paper, we aim at proposing an authentication scheme with a mobile imaging device for a 2D barcode. This work presents a competitive solution among the 2D barcode authentication schemes that have been verified under mobile imaging conditions. The… 
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