1 March 2007 Intersecured joint image compression with encryption purpose based on fractal mating coding
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Optical Engineering, 46(3), 037002 (2007). doi:10.1117/1.2713376
Abstract
A secure coding concept for pairwise images is revealed and implemented by the use of the proposed fractal mating coding scheme, in which the domain pools consist of the domain blocks selected from the pairwise images to explore both the intra- and interimage similarities. In addition to the pairwise relation, the mating ratios denoting the percentages of the domain blocks selected from both images are utilized. Further encryption can be achieved by the use of block mean permutation and mating of the fractal codes. The security level is high because the jointly coded images cannot be correctly reconstructed without all the required information. The computer experiments show that the coding performance can be greatly improved from conventional fractal coding schemes, and the intersecured purpose for pairwise images is successfully achieved.
Hsuan-Ting Chang, Chung C. Lin, "Intersecured joint image compression with encryption purpose based on fractal mating coding," Optical Engineering 46(3), 037002 (1 March 2007). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/1.2713376
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Image compression

Fractal analysis

Image encryption

Computer programming

Image processing

Optical image encryption

Computer security

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