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Tamper

To meddle, alter, or improperly interfere with something; to make changes or corrupt, as in tampering with the evidence.

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Based on the above theoretical analysis, three kinds of tampers may happen to the watermarked encrypted image during the transmission in the channel, that is, tamper with watermark, tamper with low-frequency part, and tamper with both low-frequency part and watermark.
In general, the proposed scheme has better tamper verification and recovery effects on this kind of local tampers.
The US-headquartered equipment manufacturer claims that the MS 595 and MS 585 models are its most compact and lightweight tampers to date.
"We have designed our new tampers range to provide enhanced efficiency whilst still keeping the tried-and-tested, rugged reliability people expect from CP," commented Andrzej Mrozi?ski, product manager at Chicago Pneumatic.
(3) Detecting tampers inside ROI and recovering original ROI with simple mathematical calculations.
(4) Avoiding the process of checking ROI of watermarked medical image for the presence of tampers when the ROI is not tampered.
Although much tobacciana has waned in popularity, pipe tampers continue to be highly collectable, perhaps because they're small and there's such an interesting variety of them.
An Arizona company has developed a kit that converts hand-held gasoline-powered tampers to pneumatic tampers.
[USPRwire, Mon Oct 22 2018] Steady growth prospects in the tamper evident labels market continued in 2018 and are expected to record 1.6x volume growth through 2028.
[ClickPress, Mon Oct 22 2018] Steady growth prospects in the tamper evident labels market continued in 2018 and are expected to record 1.6x volume growth through 2028.
Air Tampers--also called "Pole Tamper" "Pogo Stick" and "Bouncing Betty"--are said by MBW to produce hand/arm vibration levels that rank among the highest in the industry.