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Experimental Assessment of the Reliability for Watermarking and Fingerprinting Schemes
EURASIP Journal on Information Security volume 2008, Article number: 414962 (2008)
We introduce the concept of reliability in watermarking as the ability of assessing that a probability of false alarm is very low and below a given significance level. We propose an iterative and self-adapting algorithm which estimates very low probabilities of error. It performs much quicker and more accurately than a classical Monte Carlo estimator. The article finishes with applications to zero-bit watermarking (probability of false alarm, error exponent), and to probabilistic fingerprinting codes (probability of wrongly accusing a given user, code length estimation).
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Cérou, F., Furon, T. & Guyader, A. Experimental Assessment of the Reliability for Watermarking and Fingerprinting Schemes. EURASIP J. on Info. Security 2008, 414962 (2008). https://doi.org/10.1155/2008/414962
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