Oblivious image watermarking combined with JPEG compression

@inproceedings{Chen2003ObliviousIW,
  title={Oblivious image watermarking combined with JPEG compression},
  author={Qing Chen and Henri Ma{\^i}tre and B{\'e}atrice Pesquet-Popescu},
  booktitle={IS\&T/SPIE Electronic Imaging},
  year={2003}
}
For most data hiding applications, the main source of concern is the effect of lossy compression on hidden information. The objective of watermarking is fundamentally in conflict with lossy compression. The latter attempts to remove all irrelevant and redundant information from a signal, while the former uses the irrelevant information to mask the presence of hidden data. Compression on a watermarked image can significantly affect the retrieval of the watermark. Past investigations of this… 
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