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|Title:||Laser printer attribution: exploring new features and beyond|
Navarro, Luiz C.
Santos, Jefersson A. dos
|Abstract:||With a huge amount of printed documents nowadays, identifying their source is useful for criminal investigations and also to authenticate digital copies of a document. In this paper, we propose novel techniques for laser printer attribution. Our solutions do not need very high resolution scanning of the investigated document and explore the multidirectional, multiscale and low-level gradient texture patterns yielded by printing devices. The main contributions of this work are: (1) the description of printed areas using multidirectional and multiscale co-occurring texture patterns; (2) description of texture on low-level gradient areas by a convolution texture gradient filter that emphasizes textures in specific transition areas and (3) the analysis of printer patterns in segments of interest, which we call frames, instead of whole documents or only printed letters. We show by experiments in a well documented dataset that the proposed methods outperform techniques described in the literature and present near-perfect classification accuracy being very promising for deployment in real-world forensic investigations. (C) 2014 Elsevier Ireland Ltd. All rights reserved.|
With a huge amount of printed documents nowadays, identifying their source is useful for criminal investigations and also to authenticate digital copies of a document. In this paper, we propose novel techniques for laser printer attribution. Our solutions
Análise forense de imagens digitais
Processamento de imagens - Técnicas digitais
|Citation:||Laser Printer Attribution: Exploring New Features And Beyond. Elsevier Ireland Ltd, v. 247, p. 105-125 FEB-2015.|
|Appears in Collections:||IC - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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