Watermarking applications and their properties

Abstract

We describe a number of applications of digital watermarking and the examine the common properties of robustness, tamper resistance, fidelity, computational cost and false positive rate. We observe that these properties vary greatly depending on the application. Consequently, we conclude that evaluation of a watermarking algorithm is difficult without first indicating the context in which it is to

DOI: 10.1109/ITCC.2000.844175

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@inproceedings{Cox2000WatermarkingAA, title={Watermarking applications and their properties}, author={Ingemar J. Cox and Matthew L. Miller and Jeffrey A. Bloom}, booktitle={ITCC}, year={2000} }