A New Copy Move Forgery Detection Technique using Adaptive Over-segementation and Feature Point Matching

Anil Gupta

Abstract


With the development of Image processing editing tools and software, an image can be easily manipulated. The image manipulation detection is vital for the reason that an image can be used as legal evidence, in the field of forensics investigations, and also in numerous various other fields. The image forgery detection based on pixels aims to validate the digital image authenticity with no aforementioned information of the main image. There are several means intended for tampering a digital image, for example, copy-move or splicing, resampling a digital image (stretch, rotate, resize), removal as well as the addition of an object from your image. Copy move image forgery detection is utilized to figure out the replicated regions as well as the pasted parts, however forgery detection may possibly vary dependant on whether or not there is virtually any post-processing on the replicated part before inserting the item completely to another party. Typically, forgers utilize many operations like rotation, filtering, JPEG compression, resizing as well as the addition of noise to the main image before pasting, that make this thing challenging to recognize the copy move image forgery. Hence, forgery detector needs to be robust to any or all manipulations and also the latest editing software tools. This research paper illustrates recent issues in the techniques of forgery detection and proposes a advanced copy–move forgery detection scheme using adaptive over-segmentation and feature point matching. The proposed scheme integrates both block-based and key point-based forgery detection methods.


Keywords


image forgery, copy-move image forgery, image forgery detection, tampering

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