Printed Document Watermarking Using Phase Modulation

Chabukswar Hrishikesh, S. Shefali
<span title="">2009</span> <i title="IEEE"> <a target="_blank" rel="noopener" href="https://fatcat.wiki/container/b3mugcni2jamjpfgnndfxj233u" style="color: black;">2009 Second International Conference on Emerging Trends in Engineering &amp; Technology</a> </i> &nbsp;
This paper describes a novel visual information concealment technique, referred to as optical watermarking, for the authentication of original printed documents. An optical watermark is a two-dimensional binary image. It can be of any shape and can be printed on any part of a document. The hidden information is embedded using phase modulation. Based on properties of the human visual system and modulation principle, the hidden information becomes visible to the human eyes only when a right "key"
more &raquo; ... is positioned on top of the optical watermark with the right alignment. Here, "keys" play the similar role as keys in encryption, that is, to decode hidden information. Thus, with such a "lock and key" approach, it greatly improves the security level of the optical watermark. Due to its high security and tight link with electronic document systems, which requires documents to be finally printed on paper, the optical watermark has been applied to various electronic document systems. These are online ticketing, online bill of lading, and remote signing and printing of documents, where critical and unique information are embedded in watermarks and printed together with individual documents for future authentication. It has also been used in offline and traditional anti forgery applications, such as brand protection, preprinted high-value tickets, and identification documents. KEYWORDS -Coordinate Mapping, Secret Sharing, optical watermarking and data hiding/embedding.
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