How Reed-Solomon Codes Can Improve Steganographic Schemes

@article{Fontaine2009HowRC,
  title={How Reed-Solomon Codes Can Improve Steganographic Schemes},
  author={Caroline Fontaine and Fabien Galand},
  journal={EURASIP J. Information Security},
  year={2009},
  volume={2009}
}
The use of syndrome coding in steganographic schemes tends to reduce distortion during embedding. The more complete model comes from the wet papers (J. Fridrich et al., 2005) and allow to lock positions which cannot be modified. Recently, binary BCH codes have been investigated and seem to be good candidates in this context (D. Schönfeld and A. Winkler, 2006). Here, we show that Reed-Solomon codes are twice better with respect to the number of locked positions; in fact, they are optimal. First… CONTINUE READING