Affiliations (M.Tech), CSE, Assistant professor Department of Computer Science and EngineeringAssistant Professor, Department of Computer Science and EngineeringProfessor & HOD, Department of computer science and engineering, G.Pullaiah College of Engineering and Technology, Kurnool, Andhra Pradesh, India.
Steganography is the art and science of writing hidden messages in such a way that no one apart from the sender
and intended recipient suspects the existence of the message a form of security through obscurity. The internet as a whole does not
use secure links, thus information in transit may be vulnerable to interception as well. The important of reducing a chance of the
information being detected during the transmission is being an issue now days. In this paper, we proposed a class of new distortion
functions known as uniform embedding distortion function (UED) is presented. By incorporating the syndrome trellis coding, the best
code word with undetectable data hiding is achieved. Due to hiding more amounts of data into the intersected area, embedding
capacity is increased. Our aim is to hide the secret information behind the image file. Steganography hides the secret message so
that intruder’s can’t detect the communication. When hiding data into the intersected area, thus provides a higher level of security
with more efficient data mean square error is reduced and embedding capacity is increased.
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 Parvinder Singh, Sudhir Batra, H R Sharma, "Message Hidden in 6th and 7th Bit", Proceedings of International Conference on Controls, Automation and Communication System, Dec. 22-24, 2004, Allied Publishers, pp-281- 284.
 Parvinder Singh, Sudhir Batra, HR Sharma, "Evaluating the Performance of Message Hidden in 1st and 2nd Bit Plane", WSEAS Transactions on Information Science and Applications, issue 8, vol 2, August 2005, pp 1220- 1227.
 Parvinder Singh, Sudhir Batra, HR Sharma, "Message Hidden in 1st and 2nd Bit Plane", Proceedings of 9th WSEAS International Conference on Computers, Athens, Greece, July 14-16, 2005, pp 1- 5.
 Parvinder Singh, Sudhir Batra, H R Sharma, "Steganographic Methods Based on Digital Logic", 6th International Conference on Signal Processing, Dallas, USA, March 22-24,2007.
 Prince Kumar Panjabi, Parvinder Singh, “An Enhanced Data Hiding Approach using Pixel Mapping Method with Optimal Substitution Approach”, International Journal of Computer Applications, vol.74(10), July 2013, pp. 36- 43.
 Parvinder Singh, Sudhir Batra, HR Sharma, "Hiding Credentials in Biological Images", A & B Research, vol 22(1), Jan 2006, ISSN 0970-1970, pp 22- 25.
 Sonam Chhikara, Parvinder Singh, “SBHCS: Spike based Histogram Comparison Steganalysis Technique”, International Journal of Computer Applications, vol.75, 2013.
 Sudhir Batra, Parvinder Singh, “A Class of $ q $- ary 2-IPP Codes”, Journal of Informatics and Mathematical Sciences 5 (2), 65-76.
 Parvinder Singh, Sudhir Batra, HR Sharma, “A review of digital signatures and status in India”, WSEAS Transactions on Computers 4 (4), 408-410.
 Jasvinder Kaur, Manoj Duhan, Ashok Kumar, "Digital Logic Embedding Using Single Row." International Journal on Computer Science & Engineering, vol. 3, no. 12 , 2011.
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