Sensor Pattern Noise Estimation Based on Improved\ud Locally Adaptive DCT Filtering and Weighted Averaging for Source Camera Identification and Verification

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Lawgaly, Ashref; Khelifi, Fouad;
(2017)

Photo Response Non-Uniformity (PRNU) noise is a sensor pattern noise characterizing the imaging device. It has been broadly used in the literature for source camera identification and image authentication. The abundant information that the sensor pattern noise carries i... View more
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