Audio watermarking under desynchronization and additive noise attacks

  title={Audio watermarking under desynchronization and additive noise attacks},
  author={Abdellatif Zaidi and R{\'e}my Boyer and Pierre Duhamel},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing},
Digital watermarking is often modeled as the transmission of a message over a noisy channel denoted as "watermark channel". Distortions introduced by the watermark channel result mainly from attacks and may include interference from the original signal. One of the main differences with classical transmission situations stems from the fact that perceived distortions have to be taken into account. However, measuring the perceived impact an attack has on a watermarked signal is currently an… CONTINUE READING
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