IoT-Based Multi-Dimensional Chaos Mapping System for Secure and Fast Transmission of Visual Data in Smart Cities
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Original versionAhuja, B., Doriya, R., Salunke, S., Hashmi, M. F. & Gupta, A. (2023). IoT-Based Multi-Dimensional Chaos Mapping System for Secure and Fast Transmission of Visual Data in Smart Cities. IEEE Access, 11, 104930-104945. 10.1109/ACCESS.2023.3318014
A “smart city” sends data from many sensors to a cloud server for local authorities and the public to connect. Smart city residents communicate mostly through images and videos. Many image security algorithms have been proposed to improve locals’ lives, but a high-class redundancy method with a small space requirement is still needed to acquire and protect this sensitive data. This paper proposes an IoT-based multi-dimensional chaos mapping system for secure and fast transmission of visual data in smart cities, which uses the five dimensional Gauss Sine Logistic system to generate hyper-chaotic sequences to encrypt images. The proposed method also uses pixel position permutation and Singular Value Decomposition with Discrete fractional cosine transform to compress and protect the sensitive image data. To increase security, we use a chaotic system to construct the chaotic sequences and a diffusion matrix. Furthermore, numerical simulation results and theoretical evaluations validate the suggested scheme’s security and efficacy after compression encryption.