Publication detail

An SVD Based Zero Watermarking Scheme for Authentication of Medical Images for Tele-medicine Applications

SINGH, A. RAGHUVANSHI, N. DUTTA, M. BURGET, R. MAŠEK, J.

Original Title

An SVD Based Zero Watermarking Scheme for Authentication of Medical Images for Tele-medicine Applications

English Title

An SVD Based Zero Watermarking Scheme for Authentication of Medical Images for Tele-medicine Applications

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

The proposed work presents a zero watermarking method for to solve the issue of medical image security for telemedicine, tele-radiology & tele-opthalmology applications. This method provides medical image security for tele-medicine application without tempering the medical image and no loss of clinical information. Local features in the Singular value decomposition (SVD) domain are used to generate a digital binary code (Master Share) for each fundus image. This master share is strategically combined with encrypted patient ID resulting into a secret share. At the diagnosis centre the patient ID can be accurately recovered by the authorized person only on access of the generated Secret Share. The proposed zero watermarking method is tested on the publically available DRIVE dataset of fundus image and results achieved are encouraging in the direction of medical image identification and verification.

English abstract

The proposed work presents a zero watermarking method for to solve the issue of medical image security for telemedicine, tele-radiology & tele-opthalmology applications. This method provides medical image security for tele-medicine application without tempering the medical image and no loss of clinical information. Local features in the Singular value decomposition (SVD) domain are used to generate a digital binary code (Master Share) for each fundus image. This master share is strategically combined with encrypted patient ID resulting into a secret share. At the diagnosis centre the patient ID can be accurately recovered by the authorized person only on access of the generated Secret Share. The proposed zero watermarking method is tested on the publically available DRIVE dataset of fundus image and results achieved are encouraging in the direction of medical image identification and verification.

Keywords

Medical image security; Tele-medicine application; Patient verification; Zero watermarking; fundus image processing.

Released

27.06.2016

Location

Vídeň

ISBN

978-1-5090-1287-9

Book

Proceedings of the 39th International Conference on Telecommunication and Signal Processing, TSP 2016

Pages from

511

Pages to

514

Pages count

4

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT126585,
  author="Anushikha {Singh} and Namrata {Raghuvanshi} and Malay Kishore {Dutta} and Radim {Burget} and Jan {Mašek}",
  title="An SVD Based Zero Watermarking Scheme for Authentication of Medical Images for Tele-medicine Applications",
  annote="The proposed work presents a zero watermarking method for to solve the issue of medical image security for telemedicine, tele-radiology & tele-opthalmology applications. This method provides medical image security for tele-medicine application without tempering the medical image and no loss of clinical information. Local features in the Singular value decomposition (SVD) domain are used to generate a digital binary code (Master Share) for each fundus image. This master share is strategically combined with encrypted patient ID resulting into a secret share. At the diagnosis centre the patient ID can be accurately recovered by the authorized person only on access of the generated Secret Share. The proposed zero watermarking method is tested on the publically available DRIVE dataset of fundus image and results achieved are encouraging in the direction of medical image identification and verification.",
  booktitle="Proceedings of the 39th International Conference on Telecommunication and Signal Processing, TSP 2016",
  chapter="126585",
  doi="10.1109/TSP.2016.7760932",
  howpublished="online",
  year="2016",
  month="june",
  pages="511--514",
  type="conference paper"
}