Approach to Find Optimal Graphic Container Using Segmental Steganographic Algorithm

Hristo Paraskevov, Aleksandar Stefanov


The article proposes an approach to selecting a suitable graphic container from multiple images for a specific message. Searching for an optimal container requires an analysis that takes into account both the human perception of the image and the mathematical relationships that can be analyzed in detail about the contents of the container. Experimental results have shown that if one image is split into separate zones, and in each one a steganographic embedding of information is applied, in one of them the changes are the least.


Steganography; Image processing; Steganalysis; Information security

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