Cryptology ePrint Archive: Report 2012/667
False Negative probabilities in Tardos codes
Antonino Simone and Boris Skoric
Abstract: Forensic watermarking is the application of digital watermarks
for the purpose of tracing unauthorized redistribution of content.
The most powerful type of attack on watermarks is the
collusion attack, in which multiple users compare their differently
watermarked versions of the same content.
Collusion-resistant codes have been developed against these attacks.
One of the most famous such codes is the Tardos code.
It has the asymptotically optimal property that it can resist c
attackers with a code of length proportional to c^2.
Determining error rates for the Tardos code and its various
extensions and generalizations turns out to be a nontrivial problem.
In recent work we developed an approach called the
Convolution and Series Expansion (CSE) method to accurately compute
false positive accusation probabilities.
In this paper we extend the CSE method in order to make it possible
to compute false negative accusation probabilities as well.
Category / Keywords: traitor tracing
Date: received 26 Nov 2012
Contact author: b skoric at tue nl
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