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Reverse semantic traceability

Known as: RST 
Reverse Semantic Traceability (RST) is a quality control method for verification improvement that helps to insure high quality of artifacts by… 
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2017
2017
Currently, most digital image watermarking schemes are affected by geometric attacks like rotation, scaling, and translation (RST… 
2015
2015
D vector maps are very important data in geographical information systems (GISs). It is considered to be content for which… 
2013
2013
Rhetorical structure theory (RST) is widely used for discourse understanding, which represents a discourse as a hierarchically… 
2011
2011
In this paper we propose a low complexity method for Rotation, Scale and Translation (RST) invariant content-based image… 
2010
2010
The risk of copyright violation of multimedia data has increased due to the enormous growth of computer networks that provides… 
2010
2010
An image watermarking scheme resisting RST (rotation, scaling, translation) based on RST invariant square region is proposed in… 
Review
2006
Review
2006
In this paper, we review the algorithms for rotation, scaling and translation (RST) invariant image watermarking. There are… 
2005
2005
This letter presents an image rectification scheme that can be used by any image watermarking algorithms to provide robustness… 
2004
2004
This paper proposes a rotation, scaling, and translation (RST) resistant watermarking over the template matchingbased method. A… 
2002
2002
A common goal of many watermarking techniques is to produce a mark that remains detectable after the geometric transformations of…