Prediction-based reversible data hiding

Abstract

For some applications such as satellite and medical images, reversible data hiding is the best solution to provide copyright protection or authentication. Being reversible, the decoder can extract the hidden data and recover the original image without distortion. In this paper, a reversible data hiding scheme based on prediction error expansion is proposed. The predictive value is computed by using various predictors. The secret data is embedded in the cover image by exploiting the expansion of the difference between a pixel and its predictive value. Experimental results show that our method is capable of providing a great embedding capacity without making noticeable distortion. In addition, the proposed scheme is also applicable to various predictors.

DOI: 10.1016/j.ins.2009.03.014

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@article{Tseng2009PredictionbasedRD, title={Prediction-based reversible data hiding}, author={Hsien-Wen Tseng and Chi-Pin Hsieh}, journal={Inf. Sci.}, year={2009}, volume={179}, pages={2460-2469} }