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2018 Multimedia Forensics Challenges (MFC18): Summary and Results

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Author(s)

Yooyoung Lee, Amy N. Yates, Haiying Guan, Jonathan G. Fiscus, Daniel Zhou

Abstract

The interest of forensic techniques capable of detecting many different manipulation types has been growing, and system developments with machine learning technology have been evolving in recent years. There has been, however, a lack of diverse data collection and evaluation studies for advancing multimedia forensics technologies. For the forensics research community, a well-defined evaluation is necessary to rapidly examine the performance of system's accuracy and robustness over diverse datasets collected under various environments. In this paper, we propose an evaluation protocol and associated performance metrics and apply them to the 2018 Multimedia Forensics Challenge (MFC18). The MFC18 evaluation consists of five tasks and two challenges. A large number of datasets were created for supporting each task and conducting experiments for comparative analysis using a structured evaluation protocol. In summary, a total of 25 teams participated in the MFC18 evaluation, and we provide a ranked list of systems based on their performance with respect to the MFC18 five tasks and the two challenges.
Citation
NIST Interagency/Internal Report (NISTIR) - 8324
Report Number
8324

Keywords

Media forensics, forensics, evaluation
Created November 12, 2020, Updated November 13, 2020