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Development of Robust-Secure Data Hiding Technique for Color Images


M.A. Mohamed, M.E.A. Abou-Elseoud and Islam .M. Ibrahim

The paper proposed a secure technique for color images using DCT-DWT technique and AES-128 bit Key encryption algorithm for improving security of system. Host image converted to YIQ after embedding using DWT. The quality of watermark measured by metrics such as; structural similarity (SSIM) and quaternion structural similarity (QSSIM). This improves traditional methods. Experimental results proved that this technique is robust for attacks.

Keywords: DCT-DWT-YIQ, watermark, AES, Histogram, SSIM

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ABOUT THE AUTHORS

M.A. Mohamed
Received the PhD degree in Electronics and Communications Engineering from the Faculty of Engineering-Mansoura University-Egypt by 2006. After that he worked as an assistant professor at the Electronics & Communications engineering department and now the head of at the Electronics & Communications engineering department. He has 51 publications in various international journals and conferences. His current research interests are in multimedia processing, wireless communication systems, and Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) applications.

M.E.A. Abou-Elseoud
Received the PhD degree in Electronics and Communications Engineering.he worked as a prof at the Electronics & Communications engineering department, faculty of engineering , mansoura university .He has many publications in various international journals and conferences.

Islam .M. Ibrahim
Received the BSC degree in Electronics and Communications engineering- by 2011. After that he worked as a teaching assistant at the Electronics & Communications engineering department at the obour higher institute for engineering and technology-Cairo-Egypt. His current research interests are in multimedia processing and cryptography.


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