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Visual Cryptography Scheme - A Brief Survey
National Centre for Advanced Research in Discrete Mathematics (n-CARDMATH)
Kalasalingam University and Conjoint Professor
School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
The University of Newcastle
Date: Monday, November 14th, 2011
Time:6:00 pm – 7:00 pm (free admission)
Venue: BUiD Auditorium, 1st Floor, Block 11, Dubai International Academic City
The lecture will discuss the following:
Let P be a set on n elements, called participants. Consider a secret image which consists of black and white pixels. A (k,n) - Visual Crptography Scheme is a method of constructing n shares of the secret image, one for each participant, in such a way that the secret image can be reconstructed from k or more shares but not from less than k shares. The process of reconstruction is purely visual in the sense that if each share is xeroxed on a transparency, the recovering of the image is just by stacking the respective transparency sheets. In this talk we give a brief survey of Visual Crptography Scheme and its applications.
About the speaker:
Dr. S. Arumugam is Senior Professor (Research) & Director (n-CARDMATH), Kalasalingam University. Krishnankoil-626 190 from August 4, 2003 to till date. He has over 44 years of experience in teaching and was awarded too many awards during his career. He has 149 Research Publications and has published 23 books.
Some of his awards are: Vocational Excellence Award for 30 years of dedicated and Exemplary research oriented teaching in Mathematics by Rotary Club of Tirunelveli West on March 11, 2003.
President of Academy of Discrete Mathematics and Applications from June 2008 for a period of two years.
Awarded Fellow of The Institute of Combinatorics and Applications (FTICA) by the Institute of Combinatorics and Applications, Canada
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