Splicing image forgery identification based on artificial neural network approach and texture features

  • Araz Rajab Abrahim
  • Mohd Shafry Mohd Rahim
  • Ghazali Bin Sulong
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Abstract

Splicing Image Forgery Identification controls and picture tampering with no proof being left behind has turned out to be exceptionally moderate and exceedingly utilized, because of presence of to a great degree intense altering apparatuses, for example, Adobe Photoshop. Along these lines, there has been a quick expansion of the digitally adjusted pictures on the Internet and prevailing press. The genuineness of a digital image experiences extreme dangers because of the ascent of capable digital image altering devices that effectively adjust the image substance without leaving any obvious hints of such changes. The splicing forgery should be possible by replicated a one/more area from source image and pasted into an objective picture to create a composite image called spliced image. In this manner, this sort of forgery is viewed as challenge issue difficult from tamper identification perspective. To influence the issue most exceedingly awful some to post preparing impacts, for example, blurring, JPEG compression, rotation and scaling perhaps presented in the spliced image. This study aims to perform quantification and data analysis following feature extraction using computational techniques to detect interesting textural and anatomical changes, these extracted features then can be used as a key to distinguish between different classes (Splicing Image and non-Splicing image). This paper presents a new framework to identify the spliced image by exploiting the image texture features, and to automatically identification of spliced images. To accurately identify the spliced image, the proposed solution uses different texture features to capture deferent texture related to the edge of the object and the colour features. We have combine these features to produce a good vector to describe the splice object. Two models have been proposed in this paper first combine the vectors of the three features and feed them to the ANN classifier. Second, use the majority voting of the result of three features to take the decision. This is followed by a ANN classifier; in this model we have trained the system with 30 training 20% validation 50% testing. We evaluated the effectiveness of the classification framework for identifying spliced images by compare the result with the manual label which is done by the people who have created the data sets. In this approach we have combine different features to capture different information and feed them to the neural network to identify the splicing image. The findings outcome from this study have shown an improved approach that automatically splicing image forgery identification. We have evaluated the splicing image forgery identification using the texture features. The identification accuracy in the technique used is about 98.06%., with 99.03% sensitivity and 96.07% specificity.

Keywords

Splicing image forgery splicing image forgery identification Splicing image forgery detection Texture features Artificial neural network 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Araz Rajab Abrahim
    • 1
  • Mohd Shafry Mohd Rahim
    • 1
    • 2
  • Ghazali Bin Sulong
    • 3
  1. 1.Faculty of ComputingUniversitiTeknologi Malaysia (UTM)Johor BahruMalaysia
  2. 2.IRDA Digital Media CenterUniversiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM)Johor BahruMalaysia
  3. 3.School Informatics and Applied MathematicsUniversiti Malaysia Terengganu (UMT)TerengganuMalaysia

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