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New encryption schema based on swarm intelligence chaotic map

Inf. Syst. Dept., Menofiya Univ., Shebin-El-Kom, Egypt
Conference: Informatics and Systems (INFOS), 2010 The 7th International Conference on
Source: IEEE Xplore


Recently, chaos has attracted much attention in the field of cryptography. It describes a dynamical system which is sensitive to initial condition. It generates apparently random behavior but at the same time the system is completely deterministic. Towards this direction, this paper presents a new encryption scheme based on a new chaotic map derived from a simplified model of Swarm Intelligence (SI). The proposed scheme is described in detail, along with the analysis of the possibility of using SI in the field of image cryptography. In the proposed schema, logistic map is used to control the parameters of swarm intelligence chaotic map (SICM) to increase the robustness of the developed cipher schema. Visually and computationally, experimental results are presented to demonstrate significantly encryption quality of the proposed schema.

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