1 October 2008 Authentication and cross-recovery for multiple images
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We propose a system with image authentication and cross-recovery ability to protect a group of n given digital images. The system is a (r,n) threshold scheme (r is a prespecified threshold satisfying 2≤r<n). Any r of these images can reconstruct the whole group of n images, but less than r images cannot. Therefore, the system has cross-recovery ability because if some [up to (n-r)] images in the group are destroyed or lost in a distributed storage scheme or transmission mission, the destroyed or lost can be rebuilt vividly by the mutual support of r survived members. The design is composed of compression, a two-layer sharing, cryptographic hash function, and information hiding.
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Yu-Jie Chang, Yu-Jie Chang, Sian-Jheng Lin, Sian-Jheng Lin, Ja-Chen Lin, Ja-Chen Lin, } "Authentication and cross-recovery for multiple images," Journal of Electronic Imaging 17(4), 043007 (1 October 2008). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.2991410 . Submission:
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