1 September 1996 Random phase encoding for optical security
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Optical Engineering, 35(9), (1996). doi:10.1117/1.600849
Abstract
A new optical encoding method for security applications is proposed. The encoded image (encrypted into the security products) is merely a random phase image statistically and randomly generated by a random number generator using a computer, which contains no information from the reference pattern (stored for verification) or the frequency plane filter (a phase-only function for decoding). The phase function in the frequency plane is obtained using a modified phase retrieval algorithm. The proposed method uses two phase-only functions (images) at both the input and frequency planes of the optical processor leading to maximum optical efficiency. Computer simulation shows that the proposed method is robust for optical security applications.
Ruikang K. Wang, Ian Alistair Watson, Christopher R. Chatwin, "Random phase encoding for optical security," Optical Engineering 35(9), (1 September 1996). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/1.600849
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Image encryption

Image retrieval

Computer programming

Phase retrieval

Computer security

Fourier transforms

Image processing

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