Enhanced Adaptive Over-Segmentation Technique for Image Forgery Detection under Noise AttacksJournal: International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC (Vol.12, No. 10)
Publication Date: 2023-10-30
Authors : Fatiha Qudrat; Sunil Patil;
Page : 34-44
Keywords : Forgery; Image Processing; MATLAB; Segmentation; Noise;
The problem of picture fraud has become more pervasive in the current digital era as a direct result of the ease with which complex image manipulation programs can be accessed. This research study provides a comprehensive analysis of several methodologies and approaches that are used to detect and localize cases of picture fraud. The primary objective is to provide a clear understanding of the most cutting-edge methods that are now being utilized, as well as the problems and opportunities that lie ahead. In the field of picture forensics, the focus of this article is on several distinct types of image fraud, such as copy-move, splicing, retouching, and inpainting forgeries. We study the underlying principles that lie behind frequently used detection methods, such as block matching, feature-based analysis, and approaches that are anchored in deep learning. In addition, we go over the benefits and drawbacks of each strategy, focusing on how they apply to a variety of settings. In addition, this article takes a look at the datasets that are typically utilized for the training and evaluation of forgery detection algorithms, highlighting both the benefits and the limitations of those datasets. In addition to this, we examine the numerous assessment metrics that are utilized in order to evaluate the performance of the various methods, with a particular focus on the requirement for standardized benchmark datasets and evaluation methodologies. In addition, we discuss the obstacles that are presented when attempting to identify picture fraud in the real world. These issues include the need to deal with photos that have been compressed, images that have varying resolutions, and the existence of post-processing effects. In this article, we will discuss the significance of multi-modal analysis and the fusion of information obtained from a variety of sources in order to improve the reliability of counterfeit detection systems. The approaches that are used to detect picture counterfeiting are the topic of the next section of this review. We look at several techniques, such as those based on segmentation, texture analysis, and deep neural networks, in order to determine the precise position of forged sections inside a picture. We go through their precision, the amount of computing complexity they have, and the possible uses they have. In conclusion, we discuss the potential of the future. In order to identify and localize forged images, it is necessary to keep up with the latest innovations in image editing software and build forgery detection systems that are more technologically advanced and effective. This is because picture editing techniques are always being refined and improved. We offer prospective research avenues, such as Explainable AI, Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs) for forgeries production, and hybrid techniques to combine the strengths of various detection methods. Specifically, we focus on hybrid approaches to combine the strengths of diverse detection methods. In conclusion, the purpose of this study is to offer academics and industry professionals in This article provides a comprehensive review of the present state of identifying and localizing picture forgeries, which falls under the umbrella of image forensics as a discipline. It encompasses the most recent developments in forgery detection and localisation, making it possible to gain an in-depth comprehension of the subject matter. It is possible to pave the way for more effective and reliable forgery detection systems to protect the integrity of digital pictures in a variety of applications if we grasp the existing approaches as well as the obstacles that they provide.
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