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Texture based Image Splicing Forgery Recognition using a Passive Approach

Asif Hassan, Department. of ECE, Bhagwant University, Ajmer, INDIA, V K Sharma, Department. of ECE, Bhagwant University, Ajmer, INDIA
2021 International Journal of Integrated Engineering  
The experimental outcomes describe that the proposed method is effective to identify spliced picture forgery with an accuracy of 79.5%.  ...  With the growing usage of the internet in daily life along with the usage of dominant picture editing software tools in creating forged pictures effortlessly, make us lose trust in the authenticity of  ...  [11] , Image Splicing Identification technique utilizes illuminant colour inconsistency.  ... 
doi:10.30880/ijie.2021.13.04.010 fatcat:knldf5vx4zcbldfc7amd2taula

Extended IMD2020: a large‐scale annotated dataset tailored for detecting manipulated images

Adam Novozámský, Babak Mahdian, Stanislav Saic
2021 IET Biometrics  
We also manually created binary masks localising the exact manipulated areas of these images.  ...  This set includes categorised images of uniform areas as well as natural images that can be used effectively for analysis of the sensor noise.  ...  First, a grayscale image dataset with 933 authentic and 912 spliced grayscale image blocks, and a colour image dataset with 183 authentic uncompressed colour block images and 180 spliced uncompressed colour  ... 
doi:10.1049/bme2.12025 fatcat:6mfzldsyrjee5jx3wk4c44zj5q

Imaging and video

Zeno Geradts, Nienke Filius, Arnout Ruifrok
2020 Forensic Science International: Synergy  
Splicing Splicing, or cut-and-paste, is used to modify the composition of an image by using fragments of one or more different images and paste them into another image.  ...  -Dimensional face comparison The most promising approach to the complicating issues of pose and illumination is the use of 3 dimensional models for pose an illumination correction.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.fsisyn.2020.01.017 pmid:33385146 pmcid:PMC7770461 fatcat:phwfeh47pfbozbr5xb4flpvgre

Digital forensic techniques for the reverse engineering of image acquisition chains

Thirapiroon Thongkamwitoon, Pier Luigi Dragotti, Thailand, European Commission
In recent years a number of new methods have been developed to detect image forgery. Most forensic techniques use footprints left on images to predict the history of the images.  ...  An SVM classifier is then built using dictionary approximation errors and the mean edge spread width from the training images.  ...  In [37] , the algorithm for forgery detection based on inconsistencies of blocking artefacts is proposed.  ... 
doi:10.25560/33231 fatcat:2dmsjowltngglhi5k4ifxgausu

Paris in the Dark: Going to the Movies in the City of Light, 1930–1950. By EricSmoodin. Duke University Press. 2020. xv + 203pp. £19.99

Colleen Kennedy‐Karpat
2021 History: The Journal of the Historical Association  
reader venturing into this volume without having done all their homework on the vast corpus of research on Edward I and, as a result, turns what could have been a niche work into something that can be of use  ...  Part III, a particularly engaging section, is dedicated to documenting and locating/localising.  ...  A further illuminating discussion is undertaken in the subsequent chapters in a section which explores the way the luxury objects produced in the Low Countries were exported to Scotland, including illuminated  ... 
doi:10.1111/1468-229x.13170 fatcat:3f46iny5svb6fmndkearolr3aq

Shakespeare and the idea of apocrypha: negotiating the boundaries of the dramatic canon

2015 ChoiceReviews  
of inconsistency in the period.  ...  Princes, and governors do use oftentimes to use diverse causes to disguise their purposes with pretences and colours of other matters, so that the end of their drifts and secret purposes are not right  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.192795 fatcat:w7y2wphttnhdrlfprsjvfqrgku

Orienting Muslims: Mapping Global Spheres of Affiliation and Affinity in Contemporary South Asian Fiction

Madeline Clements
Nadeem Aslam, Mohsin Hamid, Salman Rushdie, and Kamila Shamsie, this thesis explores the hypothesis that they can be read as part of a post-9/11 attempt to revise modern "knowledge" of the Islamic world, using  ...  Yet it is also inconsistent.  ...  'All the Colours?'  ... 
doi:10.15123/pub.3896 fatcat:qx4esyqfkrfr5oh7le547qdhmu

From Aesthetics to Politics in the Dreyfus Affair

Roderick Cooke
The citation he uses to illustrate the latter point illuminates his true reasons for thinking so fondly of Daudet's writing.  ...  The reappearance of Bouhélier in the historical record at an event that explicitly spliced aesthetics to politics can tell us not only about his own standing but, more importantly, about the ripples that  ... 
doi:10.7916/d8707zdt fatcat:mbhbdxh4r5ajdm635c3k2h55fe

The foundation for a definition: an analytic analysis of the framework of practice in which art is made

Matthew Rowe
This, in a modified form, is used throughout the thesis.  ...  This project begins through demonstrating the inadequacy of empirical theories, through thought experiments using the method of indiscemibles drawn from the writings of Arthur Danto.  ...  Clause (ii) can occur both within a category and across categories, so that for instance a poet's imagery may influence a painter's use of colour.  ... 
doi:10.21954/ fatcat:fzt2w443jrcdpkfn7m5soz3c4m

Yeats and the art of ancestral recall : twilight, modernity, and Irish-Japanese interculturality

Seán Gary Adam Somers
Yeats's no (a term he rarely used himself) can best be understood in comparison to his Japanese contemporaries.  ...  Yeats's poetry and prose, exploring this growing fissure in modernity, made frequent use of what Marilyn Ivy terms the discourses of the vanishing.  ...  That Yeats writes Celtic forgeries, for nefarious purposes, needs to be addressed fully.  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0067040 fatcat:tjzsze2cwzhjxlrcndvke23ldm