The ultimate steganalysis benchmark?

@inproceedings{Ker2007TheUS,
  title={The ultimate steganalysis benchmark?},
  author={Andrew D. Ker},
  booktitle={MM&Sec},
  year={2007}
}
We present a new benchmark for binary steganalysis methods, based on the asymptotic information (in the entropic sense) it gives about the presence of hidden data. The theoretical foundation is quite unlike ad hoc performance measures found in steganalysis literature that are based on false positive and negative rates. It is argued that this new metric is an application-independent long-run measure of true performance. There are some challenges to computing the benchmark empirically, and some… CONTINUE READING
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