Three-Dimensional Mesh Steganography and Steganalysis: A Review

  title={Three-Dimensional Mesh Steganography and Steganalysis: A Review},
  author={Hang Zhou and Weiming Zhang and Kejiang Chen and Weixiang Li and Nenghai Yu},
  journal={IEEE transactions on visualization and computer graphics},
Three-dimensional (3-D) meshes are commonly used to represent virtual surfaces and volumes. Over the past decade, 3-D meshes have emerged in industrial, medical, and entertainment applications, being of large practical significance for 3-D mesh steganography and steganalysis. In this article, we provide a systematic survey of the literature on 3-D mesh steganography and steganalysis. Compared with an earlier survey [1], we propose a new taxonomy of steganographic algorithms with four categories… Expand


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