Secure Reversible Image Data Hiding over Encrypted Domain via Key Modulation
Secure Reversible Image Data Hiding Over Encrypted Domain via Key Modulation
This paper proposes a novel reversible image data hiding scheme over encrypted domain. Data embedding is achieved through a public key modulation mechanism, in which access to the secret encryption key is not needed. At the decoder side, a powerful two-class SVM classifier is designed to distinguish encrypted and nonencrypted image patches, allowing us to jointly decode the embedded message and the original image signal. Compared with the state-of-the-art methods, the proposed approach provides higher embedding capacity and is able to perfectly reconstruct the original image as well as the embedded message. Extensive experimental results are provided to validate the superior performance of our scheme.
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