A novel image watermarking in redistributed invariant wavelet domain

  title={A novel image watermarking in redistributed invariant wavelet domain},
  author={Li Li and He-Huan Xu and Chin-Chen Chang and Ying-Ying Ma},
  journal={Journal of Systems and Software},
Most existing digital watermarking algorithms, which are based on the Discrete Wavelet Transform, are not robust to geometric distortions, even if for some special distortions, such as multiples of 90◦ rotation of integers and image flipping, which change the location of pixels but have no effect on the value of the image. Therefore, to solve the problem, according to Haar wavelet transform theory, the redistributed ccepted 10 January 2011 vailable online 19 January 2011 eywords: mage… CONTINUE READING
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