Permutation-based Homogeneous Block Content Authentication for Watermarking
International Journal of Image Graphics and Signal Processing
In modern days, digital watermarking has become an admired technique for hitting data in digital images to help guard against copyright infringement. The proposed Permutation-based Homogeneous Block Content authentication (PHBC) methods develop a secure and excellence strong watermarking algorithm that combines the reward of permutation-based Homogeneous block (PHB) with that of significant and insignificant bit values with X0R encryption function using Max coefficient of least coordinate value
... st coordinate value for embedding the watermark. In the projected system uses the relationship between the permutation blocks to embed many data into Homogeneous blocks without causing solemn distortion to the watermarked image. The experimental results show that the projected system is very efficient in achieving perceptual invisibility with an increase in the Peak Signal to Noise Ratio (PSNR). Moreover, the projected system is robust to a variety of signal processing operations, such as image Cropping, Rotation, Resizing, Adding noise, Filtering , Blurring and Motion blurring.