### Digital Image Watermarking Schemes Using Advanced Multiresolution Transform Methods

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Digital Image Watermarking schemes using advanced multiresolution transform methods have been implemented in this paper. Watermarking scheme is hidden input image by external covering image. Transform domain is widely used in spectrum representation of the input image. The multiresolution transform method can be implemented on the different scaling factor of the system. Discrete wavelet transform is decomposing as different components as approximation, horizontal, vertically and diagonal levels of the system. The contourlet transform is decomposed the input image as many sub levels of the input image. The watermark image has been embedded into the original input image. The performance measures are mean square error (MSE) and peak signal to noise ratio (PSNR). The existing methods give better performance results as compared to existing techniques.

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