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Principles and applications of BPCS steganography

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Eiji Kawaguchi

Kyushu Institute of Technology (Japan)

Richard O. Eason

Univ. of Maine (USA)

Proc. SPIE 3528, Multimedia Systems and Applications, 464 (January 22, 1999); doi:10.1117/12.337436
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  • Multimedia Systems and Applications
  • Andrew G. Tescher; Bhaskaran Vasudev; V. Michael Bove, Jr.; Barbara Derryberry
  • Boston, MA, United States | November 01, 1998

abstract

Steganography is a technique to hide secret information in some other data without leaving any apparent evidence of data alternation. All of the traditional steganographic techniques have limited information-hiding capacity. They can hide only 10 percent of the data mounts of the vessel. This is because the principle of those techniques was either to replace a special part of the frequency components of the vessel image, or to replace all the least significant bits of a multi-valued image with the secret information.

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Eiji Kawaguchi and Richard O. Eason
"Principles and applications of BPCS steganography", Proc. SPIE 3528, Multimedia Systems and Applications, 464 (January 22, 1999); doi:10.1117/12.337436; http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.337436


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