In Multimedia tools and applications
The digital image proves critical evidence in the fields like forensic investigation, criminal investigation, intelligence systems, medical imaging, insurance claims, and journalism to name a few. Images are an authentic source of information on the internet and social media. But, using easily available software or editing tools such as Photoshop, Corel Paint Shop, PhotoScape, PhotoPlus, GIMP, Pixelmator, etc. images can be altered or utilized maliciously for personal benefits. Various active, passive and other new deep learning technology like GAN approaches have made photo-realistic images difficult to distinguish from real images. Digital image tamper detection now focuses on determining the authenticity and consistency of digital photos. The major research problems use generic solutions and strategies, such as standardized data sets, benchmarks, evaluation criteria and generalized approaches.This paper overviews the evaluation of various image tamper detection methods. A brief discussion of image datasets and a comparative study of image criminological (forensic) methods are included in this paper. Furthermore, recently developed deep learning techniques along with their limitations have also been addressed. This study aims to comprehensively analyze image forgery detection methods using conventional and advanced deep learning approaches.
Sharma Preeti, Kumar Manoj, Sharma Hitesh
Copy-move forgery detection, Data-driven methods, Deep learning-based detection techniques, Digital image forensics, GAN, Image splicing