Accession Number ADA567527
Title Non-Intrusive Media Forensics Framework.
Publication Date Mar 2012
Media Count 20p
Personal Author K. J. Liu
Abstract In recent years, the availability of high-quality digital cameras and audio recording devices coupled with the rise of the Internet as a means of information delivery has cause digital content to become prevalent throughout society. Many governmental, legal, scientific, and news media organizations rely on digital multimedia content to make critical decisions or to use as evidence of specific events. This proves to be problematic, as the rise of digital media has coincided with the widespread availability of digital editing software. At present, a forger can easily manipulate digital content such as images or video to create perceptually realistic forgeries. To avoid both embarrassment and legal ramifications, many of these organizations now desire some means of identifying alterations to digital multimedia content and verifying its authenticity. As a result, the field of digital multimedia forensics has been born.
Keywords Digital cameras
Forensic analysis
Images
Law enforcement
Media
Recording systems
Video signals


 
Source Agency Non Paid ADAS
NTIS Subject Category 92C - Social Concerns
91C - Fire Services, Law Enforcement, & Criminal Justice
43D - Police, Fire, & Emergency Services
82B - Photographic Techniques & Equipment
Corporate Author Maryland Univ., College Park. Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
Document Type Technical report
Title Note Final technical rept. 1 Apr 2009-3 Nov 2011.
NTIS Issue Number 1309
Contract Number FA9550-09-1-0179

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