Demonstration for LSB Data Hiding Technique Using (a) Classical Binary, (b) Generalized

Fibonacci Sequence, (c) Prime and (d) Natural Number System decompositions.

Number of Bitplanes available to embed data for (a), (b), (c) and (d) are 8, 12, 15, 23 resp.

The distortion in the stego image after embedding stego-text (message to be hidden) in

cover image is in the order (a) > (b) > (c) > (d), i.e., distortion decreases with change in

Number System, s.t. higher bit planes can also be used for Prime and Natural

NOTE: Since the algorithms apply transformation functions that operate on each pixels

and converts to a different number system (Fibonacci or prime), then hides stego (secret)

message bit in a specific bitplane and finally converts it back to classical binary number system,

it may take a few seconds to apply the image transformation function and generate the

stego-images, so please be patient.

(1)Sandipan Dey,Ajith Abraham,Bijoy Bandyopadhyay,Sugata Sanyal,Data Hiding

Techniques Using Prime and Natural Numbers, Journal of Digital Information
Management,Volume 6, No 3,2008.

(2)Sandipan Dey,Ajith Abraham and Sugata Sanyal,An LSB Data Hiding Technique Using

Natural Numbers, IEEE Third International Conference on Intelligent Information

Hiding and Multimedia Signal Processing,IIHMSP 2007,Nov 26-28,2007, Kaohsiung City,

Taiwan,IEEE Computer Society press,USA,ISBN 0-7695-2994-1,pp.473-476,2007.

(3)Sandipan Dey,Ajith Abraham and Sugata Sanyal,An LSB Data Hiding Technique Using

Prime Numbers,Third International Symposium on Information Assurance and Security,

August 29-31,2007,Manchester,United Kingdom,IEEE Computer Society press,USA,

ISBN 0-7695-2876-7,pp.101-106,2007.