One of their most recent publications is Color image encryption scheme using CML and DNA sequence operations. Which was published in journal Biosystems.

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Xing-yuan Wang's Articles: (2)

Color image encryption scheme using CML and DNA sequence operations

AbstractIn this paper, an encryption algorithm for color images using chaotic system and DNA (Deoxyribonucleic acid) sequence operations is proposed. Three components for the color plain image is employed to construct a matrix, then perform confusion operation on the pixels matrix generated by the spatiotemporal chaos system, i.e., CML (coupled map lattice). DNA encoding rules, and decoding rules are introduced in the permutation phase. The extended Hamming distance is proposed to generate new initial values for CML iteration combining color plain image. Permute the rows and columns of the DNA matrix and then get the color cipher image from this matrix. Theoretical analysis and experimental results prove the cryptosystem secure and practical, and it is suitable for encrypting color images of any size.

A new compound mode of confusion and diffusion for block encryption of image based on chaos

AbstractA block encryption for image using combination of confusion and diffusion is proposed in this paper. In this encryption, a new compound mode is proposed. Baker map is used to generate a pseudo-random sequence, and several one-dimension chaotic maps are dynamically selected to encrypt blocks of image, in the order of the pseudo-random sequence generated by Baker map. Different with other combined encryptions, the algorithm of this encryption does not confusion original image directly, but generate a pseudo-random, which is used as a route for diffusion, combines pixels to block randomly and arrays them. When diffusion is executing, for mutual diffusion of pixels, the confusion is working by the pseudo-random order of route, the combination is deep-seated.

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