Issue No.04 - Oct.-Dec. (2012 vol.19)
pp: 28-36
Abdel Latif Abu Dalhoum , University of Jordan
Basel A. Mahafzah , University of Jordan
Aiman Ayyal Awwad , Tafila Technical University, Jordan
Ibraheem Aldhamari , San'a University, Jordan
Alfonso Ortega , Universidad Autónoma of Madrid, Spain
Manuel Alfonseca , Universidad Autónoma of Madrid, Spain
A digital image scrambling method based on a 2D cellular automaton, specifically the well-known Game of Life, produces an effective image encryption technique.
Automata, Digital images, Boundary conditions, Correlation, Algorithm design and analysis, Encryption, Computational modeling, Games, Lambda parameter, multimedia, two dimensional cellular automata, Game of Life, image scrambling
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