High Capacity Reversible Data Hiding in Encrypted 3D mesh models Based on multi-MSB Prediction

  title={High Capacity Reversible Data Hiding in Encrypted 3D mesh models Based on multi-MSB Prediction},
  author={Wanli Lv and Lulu Cheng and Zhaoxia Yin},
—As a new generation of digital media for covert transmission, three-dimension (3D) mesh models are frequently used and distributed on the network. Facing the huge massive of network data, it is urgent to study a method to protect and store this large amounts of data. In this paper, we proposed a high capacity reversible data hiding in encrypted 3D mesh models. This method divides the vertices of all 3D mesh into “embedded sets” and “prediction sets” based on the parity of the index. In… 


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