Poster or Presentation Title

Detection of Image Manipulation

Student Author Information

Jeffrey DwyerFollow

Access Type

Campus Access Only

Presentation Type

Oral Presentation

Start Date

April 2019

Department

Computer Science

Abstract

As the improvement in image pixelation continues to progress it is getting more difficult to detect manipulation in images. For my thesis I plan to research the characteristics of a digital image. Images can be viewed as a grid of pixels and which are represented by a bitmap data structure in C#. Ngrams can be used to recognize patterns within the bitmap and patterns repeated a high number of times suggest possible image manipulation. I plan to explore whether image manipulation detection with n grams is more efficient than current available methods. To acquire the desired information I will first set up a test bed using C# in a windows Form program.

Faculty Mentor(s)

Randy Ribler,

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Detection of Image Manipulation

As the improvement in image pixelation continues to progress it is getting more difficult to detect manipulation in images. For my thesis I plan to research the characteristics of a digital image. Images can be viewed as a grid of pixels and which are represented by a bitmap data structure in C#. Ngrams can be used to recognize patterns within the bitmap and patterns repeated a high number of times suggest possible image manipulation. I plan to explore whether image manipulation detection with n grams is more efficient than current available methods. To acquire the desired information I will first set up a test bed using C# in a windows Form program.