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Nowadays, multimedia objects can be easily modified, shared, and distributed, thus determining the widespread diffusion of multiple near-duplicate versions, i.e., objects obtained applying a set of processing operations to original content. This is the case of images downloaded from sharing platforms, modified (e.g., by performing color correction, splicing, etc.) and re-distributed. The evolution of a group of near-duplicate images (i.e., their phylogeny) is a powerful clue to determine bothdoi:10.1109/euvip.2014.7018370 dblp:conf/euvip/MelloniBMTRT14 fatcat:zu56g5synrbgvcgvzbaydwfqq4