Send to

Choose Destination
Appl Opt. 2016 Jul 10;55(20):5280-91. doi: 10.1364/AO.55.005280.

Binary-tree encryption strategy for optical multiple-image encryption.


In traditional optical multiple-image encryption schemes, different images typically have almost the same encryption or decryption process. Provided that an attacker manages to correctly decrypt some image, the conventional attacks upon other images are much easier to be made. In this paper, a binary-tree encryption strategy for multiple images is proposed to resist the attacks in this case. The encryption schemes produced by this strategy can not only increase the security of multiple-image encryption, but also realize an authority management with high security among the users sharing a cipher image. For a simulation test, we devise a basic binary-tree encryption scheme, whose encryption nodes are based on an asymmetric double random phase encoding in the gyrator domain. The favorable simulation results about the tested scheme can testify to the feasibility of the strategy.


Supplemental Content

Loading ...
Support Center