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Significant Secret Image Sharing Scheme Based on Boolean Operation


Traditionally, (k, n) secret image sharing is an approach of breaking down a secret image into n number of shadow images to assign them to n number of users, so that any k or more then k users can bring back the secret image. But in case of less than k, users cannot reveal any partial information about the original image. We have proposed a significant secret image sharing technique based on XOR with arithmetic operations that upgrade the performance of traditional secret image sharing approaches by serving importance to shadow images according to user’s significance. This scheme also conserves the fault tolerance property which plays a vital role in image sharing field.

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Journal Subjects:
Computer Sciences, Information Technology