Medical image encryption algorithm based on Latin square and memristive chaotic system

Chai, Xiuli; Zhang, Jitong; Gan, Zhihua; Zhang, Yushu

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Medical image encryption may help protect medical privacy. In this paper, we propose a new medical image encryption scheme combined Latin square and chaotic system. The architecture of permutation and diffusion is adopted. Using Latin square and the plain image information, permutation based on plain image and Latin square (PPILS) is presented to shuffle the pixels of the plain image to different rows and columns, effectively weaken the strong correlations between adjacent pixels, and different images have different permutation effect. To improve the encryption effect, bi-directional adaptive diffusion is proposed to spread little change of plain images to the entire pixels of cipher images. Chaotic sequences employed in permutation and diffusion are generated from the four-dimensional memristive chaotic system, its initial values are computed by SHA 256 hash value of the plain image, and thus the proposed algorithm may withstand known-plaintext and chosen-plaintext attacks. Simulation results and performance analyses show that our image encryption scheme has good security and robustness, and it may be applied for medical image encryption applications.
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2021-10-23 04:00