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Lensless optical data hiding system based on phase encoding algorithm in the Fresnel domain

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Abstract

A novel and efficient algorithm based on a modified Gerchberg–Saxton algorithm (MGSA) in the Fresnel domain is presented, together with mathematical derivation, and two pure phase-only masks (POMs) are generated. The algorithm’s application to data hiding is demonstrated by a simulation procedure, in which a hidden image/logo is encoded into phase forms. A hidden image/logo can be extracted by the proposed high-performance lensless optical data-hiding system. The reconstructed image shows good quality and the errors are close to zero. In addition, the robustness of our data-hiding technique is illustrated by simulation results. The position coordinates of the POMs as well as the wavelength are used as secure keys that can ensure sufficient information security and robustness. The main advantages of this proposed watermarking system are that it uses fewer iterative processes to produce the masks, and the image-hiding scheme is straightforward.

© 2013 Optical Society of America

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