Watermarking applications and their properties

Abstract

We describe a number of applications of digital water-marking and the examine the common properties of robust-ness, 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 be applied.

DOI: 10.1109/ITCC.2000.844175

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