Journal article Open Access
Satyaki Sarkar; Dipanshu Dey; Shweta Singh; M Jasmine Pemeena Priyadarsini,; Jabeena A
The research constitutes a distinctive technique of steganography of image. The procedure used for the study is Fractional Random Wavelet Transform (FRWT). The contrast between wavelet transform and the aforementioned FRWT is that it comprises of all the benefits and features of the wavelet transform but with additional highlights like randomness and partial fractional value put up into it. As a consequence of the fractional value and the randomness, the algorithm will give power and a rise in the surveillance layers for steganography. The stegano image will be acquired after administrating the algorithm which contains not only the coated image but also the concealed image. Despite the overlapping of two images, any diminution in the grade of the image is not perceived. Through this steganographic process, we endeavor for expansion in surveillance and magnitude as well. After running the algorithm, various variables like Mean Square Error (MSE) and Peak Signal to Noise ratio (PSNR) are deliberated. Through the intended algorithm, a rise in the power and imperceptibility is perceived and it can also support diverse modification such as scaling, translation and rotation with algorithms which previously prevailed. The irrefutable outcome demonstrated that the algorithm which is being suggested is indeed efficacious.