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Print-scan resilient data hiding finds important applications in document security, and image copyright protection. In this paper, we build upon our previous work on print-scan resilient data hiding with the goal of providing a simple mathematical characterization for guiding the design of more sophisticated methods allowing higher volume of embedded data, or achieving more robustness. A model for print-scan process is proposed, which has three main components: a) effects due to mild cropping,doi:10.1117/12.588002 dblp:conf/sswmc/SolankiMMC05 fatcat:uqlfdt2kczbopezr7azbjijrxm