ASU Electronic Theses and Dissertations
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Splicing of digital images is a powerful form of tampering which transports regions of an image to create a composite image. When used as an artistic tool, this practice is harmless but when these composite images can be used to create political associations or are submitted as evidence in the judicial system they become more impactful. In these cases, distinction between an authentic image and a tampered image can become important. Many proposed approaches to image splicing detection follow the model of extracting features from an authentic and tampered dataset and then classifying them using machine learning with the goal …
- Gubrud, Aaron Dean, Li, Baoxin, Candan, Kasim, et al.
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