A skin tone detection algorithm for an adaptive approach to steganography

@article{Cheddad2009AST,
  title={A skin tone detection algorithm for an adaptive approach to steganography},
  author={Abbas Cheddad and Joan Condell and Kevin Curran and Paul Mc Kevitt},
  journal={Signal Processing},
  year={2009},
  volume={89},
  pages={2465-2478}
}
Challenges face biometrics researchers and particularly those who are dealing with skin tone detection include choosing a colour space, generating the skin model and processing the obtained regions to fit applications. The majority of existing methods have in common the de-correlation of luminance from the considered colour channels. Luminance is underestimated since it is seen as the least contributing colour component to skin colour detection. This work questions this claim by showing that… CONTINUE READING
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