Instead, watermarking schemes can be classified, in the following classes according to the amount of information necessary in the recovery process: non-blind techniques, which require, during the retrieval process, the original media or some other information derived from it and blind schemes, which do not use any data linked to the original media. A different scheme class, called semi-blind, can be identified when only the watermark is used in the extraction.
- 11. Data Hiding Schemes Based on Singular Value Decomposition
- from Advanced Techniques in Multimedia Watermarking: Image, Video and Audio Applications
- Publisher: IGI Global
- Released: May 2010
BLIND AND NON-BLIND
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