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Reversible Image Watermarking for Health Informatics Systems Using Distortion Compensation in Wavelet Domain

  • Swathi GuntupalliEmail author
  • M. Sreevani
  • M. Raja
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Part of the Intelligent Systems Reference Library book series (ISRL, volume 172)

Abstract

Commencing the watermarked image replacement of related inventive cover and watermark symbol is assured by Reversible image watermarking. Two fold significant consideration sin reversible watermarking are Capability and distortion of the image. Concentrating on improving the implanting capability plus decreasing the distortion in medicinal images, a reversible watermarking is explored in this paper. Intended for implanting single bit of watermark in a transform factor, we practice numeral wavelet transform. The formed distortion is recompensed in the succeeding repetition as soon as a constant is altered in single repetition and this has been formulated using a novel methodology. Condensed alteration proportion is produced using Distortion Compensation technique. Upon 4 varieties of medical images comprising MRI of the brain, cardiac MRI, MRI of breast and intestinal polyp images, the anticipated scheme is verified. Through a single-stage wavelet transform, the extreme capability of 1.5 bpp is attained. With reference to capability and alteration, the anticipated scheme is greater to the state of-the-art mechanisms which are validated using Investigational outcomes.

Keywords

Health informatics system MRI Wavelet transform Distortion compensation technique 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of ECECMR Engineering CollegeHyderabadIndia

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