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A copy-move forgery is a passive tampering wherein one or more regions have been copied and pasted within the same image. Often, geometric transformations, including scale, rotation, and rotation+scale are applied to the forged areas to conceal the counterfeits to the copy-move forgery detection methods. Recently, copy-move forgery detection using...
A Copy-create digital image forgery is image tampering that merges two or more areas of images from different sources into one composite image; it is also known as image splicing. Excellent forgeries are so tricky that they are not noticeable to the naked eye and don't reveal traces of tampering to traditional image tamper detection techniques. To...
One of the most frequently used types of digital image forgery is copying one area in the image and pasting it into another area of the same image; this is known as the copy-move forgery. To overcome the limitations of the existing Block-based and Keypoint-based copy-move forgery detection methods, in this paper, we present an effective technique f...
Copy–Move forgery or Cloning is image tampering or alteration by copying one area in an image and pasting it into another area of the same image. Due to the availability of powerful image editing software, the process of malicious manipulation, editing and creating fake images has been tremendously simple. Thus, there is a need of robust PBIF (Pass...