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Special Issue "Camera Identification on Mobile Devices"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 15 December 2019.
Interests: face detection; facial analysis; soft biometrics; local descriptors; human computer interaction
Given the everyday decreasing cost of digital imaging devices, there is a non-stop larger presence of digital content in people’s daily lives, not just as consumers, but also as producers. In fact, we are immersed in a massive explosion of digital media availability, which collaterally imposes the need for fast, reliable and inexpensive data origin identification or authentication. This fact is becoming more relevant considering
the daily increasing population belonging digital embedded cameras, such as smartphones, and producing and sharing media on the Internet. However, the existence of a larger community, comprises also an increasing number of situations of improper use. In this sense, researchers have shown a particular interest in the camera identification problem for forensic investigations, i.e., considering its utility as evidence or silent witness in court. While developing more robust solutions in real world scenarios is a must, criminals also become aware of image forensics possibilities, thus there is an additional need to cope with malicious manipulation of images with the aim of spoofing sensor identification, i.e., to guarantee the sensor origin.
This Special Issue invites researchers to focus on this particular problem in the context of mobile devices defining state-of-the-art solutions for real-world applications, in the wild benchmarks, new applications, or critical surveys.
Prof. Dr. Modesto Castrillón Santana
Prof. Dr. Javier Lorenzo-Navarro
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Source camera identification
- Camera sensor identification
- Camera model identification
- Source device linking
- Digital forensics
- Photo-response non-uniformity
- Sensor fingerprint
- Doctored images detection
- Spoofing camera identirfication
- Blind image clustering of unknown source sensors
- Classification of images taken by un-known cameras