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    2. Preface to the special issue on “Signal Processing Applications in Human Computer Interaction”

      Preface to the special issue on “Signal Processing Applications in Human Computer Interaction” Content Type Journal ArticlePages 1-4DOI 10.1007/s11235-011-9627-9Authors Ibrahiem M. M. El Emary, King Abdulaziz University, P.O. Box 18388, Jeddah, King Saudi ArabiaS. Ramakrishnan, Information Tech. Dep., Dr. Mahalingam College of Eng. & Tech., Pollachi, 642003 India Journal Telecommunication SystemsOnline ISSN 1572-9451Print ISSN 1018-4864
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    3. Blind Linguistic Steganalysis against Translation Based Steganography

      Translation based steganography (TBS) is a kind of relatively new and secure linguistic steganography. It takes advantage of the “noise” created by automatic translation of natural language text to encode the secret information. Up to date, there is little research on the steganalysis against this kind of linguistic steganography. In this paper, a blind steganalytic method, which is named natural frequency zoned word distribution analysis (NFZ-WDA), is presented. This method ...
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    4. Statistical Properties of Overlapping Ambiguities in Chinese Word Segmentation and a Strategy for Their Disambiguation

      Overlapping ambiguity is a major ambiguity type in Chinese word segmentation. In this paper, the statistical properties of overlapping ambiguities are intensively studied based on the observations from a very large balanced general-purpose Chinese corpus. The relevant statistics are given from different perspectives. The stability of high frequent maximal overlapping ambiguities is tested based on statistical observations from both general-purpose corpus and domain-specific corpora. A disambiguation strategy for overlapping ambiguities ...
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