1 February 1998 Performance of double phase encoding encryption technique using binarized encrypted images
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Optical Engineering, 37(2), (1998). doi:10.1117/1.601645
Abstract
We investigate the performance of an image encryption technique that uses random-phase encoding in both the input plane and the Fourier plane, using partial information of the encrypted image. We first investigate the phase-only information of the encrypted data for decryption. A binary version of the phase-only information is also considered for decryption. Binary images are well suited for optical display and practical implementation. Using partial information of the encrypted image, a reconstructed complex image is generated, which is used for decryption. Tests are performed for both gray-scale and binary images. We show that the phase information of the encrypted image is very important in the reconstruction of the decrypted image. Computer simulations show that for the images tested here, binarization of the encrypted image can recover the original image with low mean squared error.
Bahram Javidi, Arnaud Sergent, Esmail Ahouzi, "Performance of double phase encoding encryption technique using binarized encrypted images," Optical Engineering 37(2), (1 February 1998). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/1.601645
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Image encryption

Linear filtering

Binary data

Image filtering

Image processing

Computer programming

Optical image encryption

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