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Blind and Robust Watermarking of 3D Models: How to Withstand the Cropping Attack?

Abstract : State-of-the-art blind and robust 3D watermarking schemes already resist against combinations of a wide variety of at- tacks (e.g. noise addition, simplification, smoothing, ...) ex- cept the cropping attack. This attack is however very common and should be dealt with in a copyright protection framework. In this paper, we propose a technique which enables to extend the robustness of such schemes to cropping. Our algorithm proceeds by the automatic detection of robust shape feature points which are then used for the embedding of a watermark in a local neighborhood. We show that robustness against cropping and other common attacks is achieved provided that at least one feature point as well as its corresponding local neighborhood are retrieved.
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Patrice Rondao-Alface, Benoît Macq, François Cayre. Blind and Robust Watermarking of 3D Models: How to Withstand the Cropping Attack?. 14th IEEE International Conference on Image Processing (ICIP 2007), Sep 2007, San Antonio, Texas, United States. ⟨hal-00158056⟩

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