A High Capacity Reversible Watermarking Based on Linear Cellular Automata for 2D Vector Maps
Abstract— Because of the need to publish digital maps of several programs, for example, traffic information in a secure format to ensure the preservation of copyrights. The 2-D vector map application encounters security problems of copyright protection that constrain the utilization of vector data map in numerous situations. According to recent researches, it has been concluded that for 2-dimensional vector maps, the technically demanding tasks of existing reversible watermarking plans are getting rotation, scaling and translation (RST) invariance property Attacks, embedding distortion control and high capacity. Specifically, to achieve security performance of the copyright information, we propose the first reversible watermarking scheme by is used linear cellular automata for 2D vector maps that are considered as watermarking to building up new coordinates framework and relative coordinates are built as cover information to ensure High Capacity watermarking as well as gives great invisibility. According to analysis and experiments outcomes, our proposed technique gives very efficiently in, invisibility, and reversibility.
Index Terms— reversible watermarking, high capacity, LCA, vector map, copyright protection.
Saleh AL-ardhi, Vijey Thayananthan
King Abdulaziz University, SAUDI ARABIA
Majmaah University, SAUDI ARABIA
Cite: Saleh AL-ardhi, Hassan Aly, Vijey Thayananthan, "A High Capacity Reversible Watermarking Based on Linear Cellular Automata for 2D Vector Maps," Proceedings of 2018 the 8th International Workshop on Computer Science and Engineering, pp. 569-577, Bangkok, 28-30 June, 2018.