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For blind detection, error probabilities down to 1% are measured. Note, that this is the result for one sub-channel. g. ). Fig. 14 shows clearly that the measured detection error probabilities agree with those predicted using the generalized Gaussian model or by measuring the cross-correlation and its variance for all 200 simulations. The error probabilities for sub-channel 1 and 22 are not plotted. Due to the small embedding strength for sub-channel 1, it is impossible to detect the watermark in this sub-channel with a blind detector.
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