A Novel Message-based Watermarking using Blind Source Separation and 7D Hyper-Chaotic Map
We present a novel arrangement of message-based watermarking using a blind source segment and a 7D Hyper-chaotic map. Watermark, a message first converted using Hadamard code, protects from various attacks compared to the ASCII input. The interpreted watermark is encoded by precise blending. The encoded watermark is embedded in spread-range style into the main unearthly segments of the picture utilizing help pseudo-irregular grouping to make the watermark non-defenseless against the assault of a functioning interloper or because of clamor in the transmission interface. Test results show that this framework is functioning admirably in a fuzzy climate.