Digital image steganography : an FFT Approach

Rabie, Tamer
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Springer Nature Switzerland AG
This work describes a framework for image hiding that exploits spatial domain color properties of natural images combined with spectral properties of the Fourier magnitude and phase of these images. The theory is that as long as the Fourier phase of an image is maintained intact, the overall appearance of an image remains specious if the Fourier magnitude of the image is slightly modified. This hypothesis leads to a data hiding technique that promises high fidelity, double the capacity of previous methods, higher security, and robustness to tampering. Experimental results are presented throughout the paper which demonstrate the effectiveness of this novel approach. © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2012.
This conference paper is not available at CUD collection. The version of scholarly record of this conference paper is published in Communications in Computer and Information Science (2012), available online at:
Color properties, Digital image steganography, Fourier, Fourier phase, Image hiding, Natural images, Spatial domains, Spectral properties, Steganography, Fourier transforms
Rabie, T. (2012). Digital image steganography: An FFT approach. Communications in Computer and Information Science (Vol. 294 PART 2).