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n. the skin. I need to get some rays on my hide.
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The total hiding space available in the cover image in terms of bits was:
Similarly the hiding space available in each sector Ps", was:
And the total hiding capacity C", of VLSB stegnography was:
Key size: The basic aim of stegnography was unseen hiding of information and most of the techniques proposed targeted the same feature.
Using VLSB stegnography, there was liberty of hiding any number bits, ranging from 1 to 8 bits, in each pixel.
Each sector could be subjected to a Bi" number of bits substitution for information hiding. So the total possible combinations Csi", in a sector Si", is represented as:
The algorithm should provide large data hiding capacity with least possible distortion and should have a large key size.
The VLSB stegnography could be implemented by selecting any number bits Bi", of message and hiding it in cover image pixels.
from 1 to 8 (1=Bi=8) and any value in this range was selected for data hiding. The VLSB stegnography was implemented for different combinations j=Bi=8 of Bi", where 1=j=8 showed the position of a specific bit.
The results obtained for 1=j=8 and 2=j=8, were of high quality and of significant hiding capacity of 56% and 63% respectively.
The statistical results obtained of capacity, SNR and PSNR for data hiding in most significant bits of cover image pixels are listed in the Table 1.
Still, the birds maintained their high success rate in relocating their hiding places.
When the birds stashed their seeds in private, they didn't take opportunities to move their treasure to a new hiding place.
Skill in hiding food and remembering where to find it could make a big difference in a harsh climate with unpredictable food supplies, explains Vladimir V.
The Alaskans cached about twice as many seeds during the hiding sessions and later recovered them with only a quarter as many tries per seed.