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Digital image forensics : a booklet for beginners

Redi, Judith Alice; Taktak, Wiem; Dugelay, Jean-Luc

Multimedia Tools and Applications, October 2010

Digital visual media represent nowadays one of the principal means for communication. Lately, the reliability of digital visual information has been questioned, due to the ease in counterfeiting both its origin and content. Digital image forensics is a brand new research field which aims at validating the authenticity of images by recovering information about their history. Two main problems are addressed: the identification of the imaging device that captured the image, and the detection of traces of forgeries. Nowadays, thanks to the promising results attained by early studies and to the always growing number of applications, digital image forensics represents an appealing investigation domain for many researchers. This survey is designed for scholars and IT professionals approaching this field, reviewing existing tools and providing a view on the past, the present and the future of digital image forensics.

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Titre:Digital image forensics : a booklet for beginners
Mots Clés:Digital image forensics - Multimedia security - Image tampering detection - Image source authentication - Counter-forensics
Département:Sécurité numérique
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Bibtex: @article{EURECOM+3251, doi = {}, year = {2010}, month = {10}, title = {{D}igital image forensics : a booklet for beginners}, author = {{R}edi, {J}udith {A}lice and {T}aktak, {W}iem and {D}ugelay, {J}ean-{L}uc }, journal = {{M}ultimedia {T}ools and {A}pplications, {O}ctober 2010}, url = {} }
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