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Game-Theoretic Strategies and Equilibriums in Multimedia Fingerprinting Social Networks

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Game-Theoretic Strategies and Equilibriums in Multimedia Fingerprinting Social Networks
Abstract—Multimedia social network is a network infrastructure in which the social network users share multimedia contents with all different purposes. Analyzing user behavior in multimedia social networks helps design more secured and efficient multimedia and networking systems. Multimedia fingerprinting protects multimedia from illegal alterations and multiuser collusion is a cost-effective attack. The colluder social network is naturally formed during multiuser collusion with which colluders gain reward by redistributing the colluded multimedia contents. Since the colluders have conflicting interest, the maximal-payoff collusion for one colluder may not be the maximal-payoff collusion for others. Hence, before a collusion being successful, the colluders must bargain with each other to reach agreements. We first model the bargaining behavior among colluders as a noncooperative game and study four different bargaining solutions of this game. Moreover, the market value of the red...
W. Sabrina Lin, H. Vicky Zhao, K. J. Ray Liu
Added 15 May 2011
Updated 15 May 2011
Type Journal
Year 2011
Where TMM
Authors W. Sabrina Lin, H. Vicky Zhao, K. J. Ray Liu
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