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Author(s): Rajeev Raghuwanshi, Pankaj Kumar Sahu and Sanjiv Sharma
A low complexity, pixel based watermarking technique has been used in this paper on the edge areas of an image to improve the quality and security of an image. The method proposed in this paper while ... Read More
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