Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. David Kahn
    Pages 1-5
  3. Elke Franz, Anja Jerichow, Steffen Möller, Andreas Pfitzmann, Ingo Stierand
    Pages 7-21
  4. Theodore G. Handel, Maxwell T. Sandford II
    Pages 23-38
  5. Ross Anderson
    Pages 39-48
  6. Birgit Pfitzmann
    Pages 49-64
  7. Catherine Meadows, Ira S. Moskowitz
    Pages 73-93
  8. Mark S. Anderson, Maris A. Ozols
    Pages 95-113
  9. Hannes Federrath, Anja Jerichow, Andreas Pfitzmann
    Pages 121-135
  10. David M. Goldschlag, Michael G. Reed, Paul F. Syverson
    Pages 137-150
  11. Ross Anderson, Serge Vaudenay, Bart Preneel, Kaisa Nyberg
    Pages 151-156
  12. Mike Burmester, Yvo G. Desmedt, Toshiya Itoh, Kouichi Sakurai, Hiroki Shizuya, Moti Yung
    Pages 157-168
  13. Steven H. Low, Nicholas F. Maxemchuk
    Pages 169-184
  14. Ingemar J. Cox, Joe Kilian, Tom Leighton, Talal Shamoon
    Pages 185-206
  15. Joshua R. Smith, Barrett O. Comiskey
    Pages 207-226
  16. Jack Brassil, Larry O'Gorman
    Pages 227-235
  17. Gustavus J. Simmons
    Pages 237-256

About these proceedings


This book constitutes the strictly refereed post-workshop proceedings of the First International Workshop on Information Hiding, held in Cambridge, UK, in May/June 1996, within the research programme in computer security, cryptology and coding theory organized by the volume editor at the Isaac Newton Institute in Cambridge.
Work on information hiding has been carried out over the last few years within different research communities, mostly unaware of each other's existence. The 26 papers presented define the state of the art and lay the foundation for a common terminology. This workshop is very likely to be seen at some point as one of those landmark events that mark the birth of a new scientific discipline.


Information-Hiding Watermarking coding theory computer security confidentiality information information hiding privacy security steganography

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