Geometric shape effects in redundant keys used to encrypt data transformed by finite discrete radon projections
The Finite discrete Radon Transform (FRT) represents digital data exactly and without redundancy. Redundancy can however be injected into the FRT by reserving part of the image area to be replaced by a key that contains pixels of known, fixed values. The
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