In this paper, models of information hiding systems with one and two messages are considered. Using the analogy of the two-terminal discrete memoryless channel, the notion of information hiding E-capacity is discussed. This function expresses the dependence of the information hiding rate on the error exponent and distortion levels for the information hider and attacker. E-capacity bounds for these models are presented.
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