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LSSD: a Controlled Large JPEG Image Database for Deep-Learning-based Steganalysis "into the Wild"

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Hugo Ruiz
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Mehdi Yedroudj
Marc Chaumont
Frédéric Comby
Gérard Subsol

Abstract

For many years, the image databases used in steganalysis have been relatively small, i.e. about ten thousand images. This limits the diversity of images and thus prevents large-scale analysis of steganalysis algorithms. In this paper, we describe a large JPEG database composed of 2 million colour and grey-scale images. This database, named LSSD for Large Scale Steganalysis Database, was obtained thanks to the intensive use of “controlled” development procedures. LSSD has been made publicly available, and we aspire it could be used by the steganalysis community for large-scale experiments. We introduce the pipeline used for building various image database ver- sions. We detail the general methodology that can be used to redevelop the entire database and increase even more the diversity. We also discuss computational cost and storage cost in order to develop images.
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lirmm-03098196 , version 1 (05-01-2021)

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Hugo Ruiz, Mehdi Yedroudj, Marc Chaumont, Frédéric Comby, Gérard Subsol. LSSD: a Controlled Large JPEG Image Database for Deep-Learning-based Steganalysis "into the Wild". MMForWILD 2020 - Workshop on MultiMedia FORensics in the WILD, Jan 2021, Virtual (formerly Milan), Italy. pp.470-483, ⟨10.1007/978-3-030-68780-9_38⟩. ⟨lirmm-03098196⟩
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