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Exploiting random convolution and random subsampling for image encryption and compression

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posted on 2024-06-04, 14:25 authored by Y Zhang, Leo ZhangLeo Zhang
A new image encoding scheme for simultaneous encryption and compression applications, which is based on random convolution and random subsampling, is proposed. In comparison with the existing joint optical encryption and compression schemes tailored for multiple images, the proposed scheme can process a single image and achieve a robust reconstruction. The scheme with the architecture of double random masks is somewhat similar to double random phase encoding. However, the latter has no compression capability and the proposed scheme remedies this defect.

History

Journal

ELECTRONICS LETTERS

Volume

51

Pagination

1572-1573

Location

Stevenage, England

ISSN

0013-5194

eISSN

1350-911X

Language

English

Publication classification

X Not reportable, CN.1 Other journal article

Issue

20

Publisher

INST ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY-IET