Data Hiding for Printed Binary Documents Robust to Print - Scan , Photocopy and Geometric Attacks

  • Joceli MayerHae Yong Kim

Abstract

— This paper presents a data hiding technique for printed bicolor documents. It inserts tiny dots, hardly noticeable at normal reading distance, to embed the message. For message extraction, we employ auto-correlation and tiny registration dots to rectify geometric distortions. This technique is robust to distortions resulting from print-scan operations… (More)

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@inproceedings{KimDataHF, title={Data Hiding for Printed Binary Documents Robust to Print - Scan , Photocopy and Geometric Attacks}, author={Joceli MayerHae Yong Kim} }