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Image Tampering Detection Using Bayer Interpolation and JPEG Compression

Abstract : In this paper, we describe a technique to detect image tampering using two different methods. The first is based on the Bayer interpolation process and its consequences in the Fourier domain. The second uses artifacts of the JPEG compression and more particularly in the JPEG frame observable in the Fourier domain.
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Marie-Charlotte Poilpre, Patrick Perrot, Hugues Talbot. Image Tampering Detection Using Bayer Interpolation and JPEG Compression. 1st International conference on Forensic applications and techniques in telecommunications, information, and multimedia (eForensics'08), 2008, France. pp.17:1--17:5. ⟨hal-00622448⟩



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