High Payload Adaptive Audio Watermarking based on Cepstral Feature Modification

@inproceedings{Dhavale2014HighPA,
  title={High Payload Adaptive Audio Watermarking based on Cepstral Feature Modification},
  author={Sunita V. Dhavale and Rajendra S. Deodhar and Debasish Pradhan},
  year={2014}
}
In this paper, we propose two blind adaptive audio watermarking schemes based on complex cepstrum transform (CCT) domain features. In first scheme (SchemeI), each audio segment is divided into two subsets having approximately same statistical mean value using down-sampling method. Since the human auditory system (HAS) is not much sensitive to the minute change of the wavelet high-frequency components, first level discrete wavelet transform (DWT) detail coefficients subbands of both subsets are… CONTINUE READING

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