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    • A new class of traceability schemes 

      Egorova, Elena; Fernández Muñoz, Marcel; Kabatiansky, Grigory (2019)
      Conference report
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      A new class of tracing traitors schemes with traceability property which combines ideas of nonbinary IPP-codes and IPP set systems is proposed. A detailed comparison of the proposed scheme with previously known traceability ...
    • Códigos de fingerprinting binarios. Nuevos paradigmas de identificación 

      Fernández Muñoz, Marcel; Kabatiansky, Grigory; Egorova, Elena (2016)
      Conference report
      Open Access
      Los códigos con la Identifiable Parent Property garantizan, con probabilidad 1, la identificación de como mínimo de uno de los traidores en sistemas de Traitor Tracing. Desafortunadamente, para el caso de códigos binarios ...
    • Multimedia fingerprinting with noise via signature codes for weighted noisy adder channels and compressed sensing 

      Egorova, Elena; Fernández Muñoz, Marcel; Moon Ho, Lee (2017)
      Conference report
      Open Access
      We propose a new coding scheme for multimedia fingerprinting resistant to noise. Our scheme is based on signature codes for weighted noisy adder channel. The scheme (codes) can trace the entire coalition of pirates and ...
    • On non-binary traceability set systems 

      Egorova, Elena; Fernández Muñoz, Marcel; Kabatiansky, Grigory (2020-03-19)
      Article
      Open Access
      We introduce non-binary IPP set systems with traceability properties that have IPP codes and binary IPP set systems with traceability capabilities as particular cases. We prove an analogue of the Gilbert–Varshamov bound ...
    • Signature codes for weighted noisy adder channel, multimedia fingerprinting and compressed sensing 

      Egorova, Elena; Fernández Muñoz, Marcel; Kabatiansky, Grigory; Moon Ho, Lee (2019-03-01)
      Article
      Open Access
      We propose a new approach to construct noise-resistant multimedia fingerprinting codes. Our approach is based on the theory of the signature codes for multiple access channels, mainly, for a weighted noisy adder channel. ...