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Visual and audio contents always played a key role in communications, because of their immediacy and presumed objectivity. This has become even more true in the digital era, and today it is common to have multimedia contents stand as proof of events. Digital contents, however, are also very easy to manipulate, thus calling for analysis methods devoted to uncover their processing history. Multimedia forensics is the science trying to answer questions about the past of a given image, audio or video file, questions like “which was the recording device?", or “is the content authentic?". In particular, authenticity assessment is a crucial task in many contexts, and it usually consists in determining whether the investigated object ... toggle 10 keywords

image forensics video forensics audio forensics decision fusion splicing detection authentication integrity verification tampering detection forgery detection authenticity assessment


Fontani, Marco
Dept. of Information Engineering and Mathematics, University of Siena
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Jan. 27, 2015

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