A Privacy Scheme for Digital Images Based on Quantum Particles
Quantum processing inspired every field of science and technology. Quantum digital content privacy schemes usually employs photons to communicate a key. In this article, we are utilizing different states which correspond to diverse spinning. There are two fundamental particles namely fermions and bosons which are related to half spinning and full spinning. We have utilized the notions of quantum spinning, Hadamard and Redheffer matrices along with Brownian random motion to design robust encryption mechanism. The present scheme is further tested against numerous standards of information security. The simulation outcomes of our presented image encryption scheme attains high level of security, and declines the encryption and the decryption time of image data. - 2019, Springer Science+Business Media, LLC, part of Springer Nature.
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