A Secure Fast 2D-Discrete Fractional Fourier Transform Based Medical Image Compression Using SPIHT Algorithm with Huffman Encoder


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Abstract


The arrival of CT and MRI imaging in the last two decades used for analysis of various diseases in medical field. Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and Computed Tomography (CT) sequences have become essential in healthcare systems and an integral segment of a patient’s medical record. Such medical image data needed a huge amount of resources for storage and transmission. Compression of medical images for efficient use of storage space and transmission bit rate has become a necessity. A quasigroup successfully creates an astronomical number of keys which is used to confuse the hackers in determining the original data. However, quasi group encryption is not capable in diffusing the information of the plain text.  Hence, in this paper the DICOM images are encrypted using a chained Hadamard transforms and Number Theoretic Transforms to introduce diffusion along with the quasigroup transformation. A secure Fast Two Dimensional Discrete Fractional Fourier Transform (DFRFT) and a SPIHT Algorithm with Huffman Encoder is used for compress the image and it provides a secure compression of medical images as compared to the other transform. The experimental results evaluate the performance of the proposed encryption approach based on the PSNR and MSE it shows the proposed approach gives better results.
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DICOM Images; Fractional Fourier Transform; Hadamard Transforms and Number Theoretic Transforms; SPIHT Algorithm; Huffman Encoder

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