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Quackenbush; Schuyler Reynier
Basking Ridge, NJ
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7882357 System and method of retrieving a watermark within a signal February 1, 2011
A system, method and computer readable medium that processing a watermarked signal using the phase S.sub.k(f) of an original signal. The watermarked signal includes odd and even overlapped blocks where the watermark is contained in the even blocks. The method comprises test-decoding
7451318 System and method of watermarking a signal November 11, 2008
A method of retrieving a watermark in a watermarked signal involves processing a signal having odd- and even-overlapped blocks and where the watermark is contained in the even blocks. For each k-th block, the method comprises subtracting the odd-numbered blocks from the k-th block of

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