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|Title:||An Improved and Secure Visual Secret Sharing (VSS) scheme for Medical Images|
|Citation:||2019 11th International Conference on Communication Systems and Networks, COMSNETS 2019, 2019, Vol., , pp.823-828|
|Abstract:||Nowadays, medical information is being shared over the communication networks due to ease of technology. The patient's medical information has to be securely communicated over the network for automatic diagnosis. Most of the communication networks are prone to attacks from an intruder thus compromising the security of patients data. Therefore, there is a need to transmit medical images securely over the network. Visual secret sharing scheme can be used to transmit the medical images over the network securely. Visual Secret Sharing (VSS) scheme generates multiple shares to share secret information among n participants. To recover the secret information, all shares should be stacked together. In our previous work , we proposed a VSS based technique to recover secret images with the contrast of 70-80% known as Randomized Visual Secret Sharing (RVSS) scheme. However, RVSS scheme suffers from problems like 1) Generation of blocking artifacts in the recovered images. 2) It recovers medical images with a maximum contrast of 30-40%, hence it is not suitable for medical images.In this paper, we propose a modified RVSS scheme to recover the medical images with improved contrast. The proposed scheme introduces the idea of using super-resolution concept to improve the contrast of reconstructed medical images. The reconstruction quality of the medical images is evaluated using Human Visual System (HVS) based parameters. Additionally, the performance of the proposed system is evaluated using the existing Computer Aided Diagnosis (CAD) systems. The experimental results showed that the proposed system is able to reconstruct the secret image with the contrast of almost 85-90% and similarity of almost 77%. AIso, the reconstructed images using the proposed system achieves the similar classification accuracy as that of existing CAD systems. � 2019 IEEE.|
|Appears in Collections:||2. Conference Papers|
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