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information hiding

Keeping details of a software routine (function or object) private. Only programmers know what input is required and what outputs are expected. See encapsulation and abstraction.
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of Twelfth International Conference on Intelligent Information Hiding and Multimedia Signal Processing, IIH-MSP 2016, 25-33, Kaohsiung, Taiwan, Nov.
Information Hiding in Images Using Steganography Techniques, Northeast Conference of the American Society for Engineering Education, Norwich University, United States.
Wuu, "A formula diamond encoding data hiding scheme," Journal of Information Hiding and Multimedia Signal Processing, vol.
In the field of secret information hiding, researchers should concentrate on three requirements which are payload, imperceptibility, and robustness.
Gao, "Coverless information hiding based on the molecular structure images of material," Computers, Materials and Continua, vol.
Therefore, there is an advantage of selecting trailing coefficients as points in information hiding.
The cipher image embedding technique is combined with the advantage of encryption technology and information hiding technology.
This work presented a leading and more secured least significant bits stegnography technique having variable information hiding capacity and signal to noise ratio (SNR).
Information hiding techniques provide the right computational tools to emulate camouflage in nature.
Katzenbeisser, "Principles of steganography," in Information Hiding Techniques For Steganography and Digital Watermarking, S.
Information hiding techniques allow sending data promoting that it passes unnoticed to undesired receivers.
Researches on information embedding, mostly information hiding techniques, have received considerable attention within the last years due to its possible application in multimedia and information security [3].

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