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data hiding

(1) Secretly embedding data in graphics images and other file types. See steganography.

(2) The result of encapsulation in object-oriented programming. See encapsulation.
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Jinna, "Reversible Image Data Hiding Using Lifting Wavelet Transform and Histogram Shifting," International Journal of Computer Science and Information Security, Vol.
Chou, "Reversible data hiding scheme using two steganographic images", in Proc.
In this paper, we will illustrate a DNA- based cryptography method as combined with data hiding techniques for an increased level of security.
Table 1 shows the comparison between proposed algorithm and two other DNA data hiding method which are presented in Shiu's papper [45].
The data hiding capacity of this software is an improvement on the other steganography software.
"Blind image data hiding based on self reference," in Pattern Recognition Letters, 2004.
The proposed algorithms takes images in JPEG format as the cover medium and by using data hiding techniques, gives the output image in the form of BMP format.
With Data Hiding Fundamentals and Applications, the three authors seek to fill a broad gap in the literature of digital multimedia security.
These five companies were among eleven to propose solutions to the Data Hiding Sub Group (DHSG) of the Copyright Protection Technical Working Group (CPTWG) way back in September 1997.
For example, the Data Hiding Sub-Group of the Content Protection Technical Working Group stated in its 1997 call for proposals for a digital watermarking system that the system has to be useful against the casual theft of protected content--not the efforts of a dedicated pirate.
To protect the user's image data, image encryption and data hiding in images have become two main aspects in both academia and industry.