2021
DOI: 10.1109/access.2021.3106028
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On the Image Encryption Algorithm Based on the Chaotic System, DNA Encoding, and Castle

Abstract: Hundreds of image encryption algorithms have been developed for the security and integrity of images through the combination of DNA computing and chaotic maps. This combination of the two instruments is not sufficient enough to thwart the potential threats from the cryptanalysis community as the literature review suggests. To inject more robustness and security stuff, a novel image encryption scheme has been written in this research by fusing the chaotic system, DNA computing and castle -a chess piece. As the … Show more

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“…This is usually carried out since the computation of PSNR is based on the value of MSE. Nevertheless, the authors of [61] only provide PSNR values, without reporting MSE values. This is the reason behind Table 4 showing columns of N/A under the heading of [61].…”
Section: Mean Squared Errormentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This is usually carried out since the computation of PSNR is based on the value of MSE. Nevertheless, the authors of [61] only provide PSNR values, without reporting MSE values. This is the reason behind Table 4 showing columns of N/A under the heading of [61].…”
Section: Mean Squared Errormentioning
confidence: 99%
“…A particularly interesting proposal was also made by Iqbal et al [193], where the concept of the castle piece from the game Chess (also called the rook) was used. These authors argued that simply mixing chaos and DNA is not enough, and to more effectively scramble and confuse the pixels of the image, random movements of the castle piece were simulated on a chessboard with dimensions equivalent to the image.…”
Section: Dna Computingmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Chaos systems are divided into two categories, lowdimensional chaotic systems and high-dimensional chaotic systems [24][25][26][27]. Low-dimensional chaotic systems include Logistic and Tent.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%