Image Region Duplication Forgery Detection Based on Angular Radial Partitioning and Harris Key-Points
AbstractRegion duplication forgery where a part of the image itself is copied and pasted onto a different part of the same image grid is becoming more popular in image manipulation. The forgers often apply geometric transformations such as rotation and scaling operations to make the forgery imperceptible. In this study, an image region duplication forgery detection algorithm is proposed based on the angular radial partitioning and Harris key-points. Two standard databases have been used: image data manipulation and MICC-F220 (Media Integration and Communication Center– of the University of Florence) for experimentation. Experiment results demonstrate that the proposed technique can detect rotated regions in multiples of 30 degrees and can detect region duplication with different scaling factors from 0.8, to 1.2. More experimental results are presented to confirm the effectiveness of detecting region duplication that has undergone other changes, such as Gaussian noise, and JPEG compression. View Full-Text
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Uliyan, D.M.; Jalab, H.A.; Abdul Wahab, A.W.; Sadeghi, S. Image Region Duplication Forgery Detection Based on Angular Radial Partitioning and Harris Key-Points. Symmetry 2016, 8, 62.
Uliyan DM, Jalab HA, Abdul Wahab AW, Sadeghi S. Image Region Duplication Forgery Detection Based on Angular Radial Partitioning and Harris Key-Points. Symmetry. 2016; 8(7):62.Chicago/Turabian Style
Uliyan, Diaa M.; Jalab, Hamid A.; Abdul Wahab, Ainuddin W.; Sadeghi, Somayeh. 2016. "Image Region Duplication Forgery Detection Based on Angular Radial Partitioning and Harris Key-Points." Symmetry 8, no. 7: 62.
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