Design of Image Copy-Paste Forensics System Based on Moment Invariants
Keywords:Copy-paste forgery, image tampering detection, forensics system
Copy-paste tampering is a common type of digital image tampering, which refers to copying a part of the image area in the same image, and then pasting it into another area of the image to generate a forged image, so as to carry out malicious operations such as fraud and framing. This kind of malicious forgery leads to the security problem of digital image. The research of digital image copy paste forensics has important theoretical significance and practical value. For digital image copy-paste tampering, this paper is based on moment invariant image copy paste tampering detection algorithm, and use Matlab software to design the corresponding tampering forensics system.
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