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A Performance-Based Comparative Encryption and Decryption Technique for Image and Video for Mobile Computing

When data exchange advances through the electronic system, the need for information security has become a must. Protection of images and videos is important in today's visual communication system. Confidential image / video data must be shielded from unauthorized uses. Detecting and identifying unauthorized users is a challenging task. Various researchers have suggested different techniques for securing the transfer of images. In this research, the comparative study of these current technologies also addressed the types of images / videos and the different techniques of image / video processing with the steps used to process the image or video. This research classifies the two types of Encryption Algorithm, Symmetric and Encryption Algorithm, and provides a comparative analysis of its types, such as AES, MAES, RSA, DES, 3DES and BLOWFISH.


Optimization of information and communication system of local government, an infrastructure-less emergency communication system: a blockchain-based framework, four dimensional hyperchaotic communication system based on dynamic feedback synchronization technique for image encryption systems.

<span>This paper presents the design and simulation of a hyperchaotic communication system based on four dimensions (4D) Lorenz generator. The synchronization technique that used between the master/transmitter and the slave/receiver is based on dynamic feedback modulation technique (DFM). The mismatch error between the master dynamics and slave dynamics are calculated continuously to maintain the sync process. The information signal (binary image) is masked (encrypted) by the hyperchaotic sample x of Lorenz generator. The design and simulation of the overall system are carried out using MATLAB Simulink software. The simulation results prove that the system is suitable for securing the plain-data, in particular the image data with a size of 128×128 pixels within 0.1 second required for encryption, and decryption in the presence of the channel noise. The decryption results for gray and colored images show that the system can accurately decipher the ciphered image, but with low level distortion in the image pixels due to the channel noise. These results make the proposed cryptosystem suitable for real time secure communications.</span>

Application scheme and performance analysis of free space optical communication technology in INMARSAT

Abstract In this study, we propose an application scheme of free space optical communication technology in INMARSAT, and propose a 1.12 Tbit/s coherent free-space optical (FSO) communication system based on wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) and polarization-multiplexing quadrature phase shift keying (PM-QPSK) modulation technology. Based on optisystem software platform, the spectrum, bit error rate (BER), received power, error vector magnitude (EVM), and receiver sensitivity of the edge and middle channels of the system are analyzed. The simulation results show that the transmission rate and channel capacity of INMARSAT communication system are greatly improved by selecting the channel spacing and transmission environment reasonably.

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Investigating the performance of a vehicular communication system based on visible light communication (vlc), lifi communication system using keypad.

Over the years, the overdependence on Wireless Fidelity (Wi-Fi) for data transmission necessitated the need for an alternate and more reliable means of communication, hence, Light Fidelity (Li-Fi). It involves the use of Light Emitting Diode to transmit data by blinking (i.e. switching them on and off) at a speed not noticeable to the eye. This paper proposed the development of the Li-Fi system using off the shelf electronic components. This would make the system an indispensable means of communication in the nearest future. This data transmission system is different from those in existence because expensive components were not in the design, invariably reducing the overall cost of the implementation. Keywords: Light Fidelity (Li-Fi), Wireless Fidelity (Wi-Fi) Optical communication, Telecommunication

On the Security of LEO Satellite Communication Systems: Vulnerabilities, Countermeasures, and Future Trends

<div>In view of the development status of the security of LEO satellite communication system, a comprehensive review, induction, and summary is carried out.<br></div>

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Paradox as resistance in male dominated fields and the value of (sur)facing enthymematic narratives , Jennifer J. Mease (also PeeksMease) and Bronwyn Neal

Video tools in pediatric goals of care communication: A systematic review , Caitlin M. Nalda, Megan L. McSherry, Cynthia M. Schmidt, Marie L. Neumann, Renee D. Boss, and Meaghann S. Weaver

Difficult Conversations Concerning Identity and Difference: Diverse Approaches and Perspectives , Jordan Soliz and Srividya Ramasubramanian

Pants on Fyre : Parasitic Masculinity and the Fyre Festival Documentaries , Kristen Hoerl and Casey Ryan Kelly

Communicating Across Eternal Divides: Conceptualizing Communicated Acceptance During Parent-Child Religious Difference , Toni Morgan and Jody Koenig Kellas

Protector and friend: Turning points and discursive constructions of the stepparent role , Bailey M. Oliver, Dawn O. Braithwaite, Vincent R. Waldron, Robert Hall, Lucas Hackenburg, and Braedon G. Worman

Paths to Positivity: Relational Trajectories and Interaction in Positive Stepparent-Stepchild Dyads , Vincent R. Waldron, Dawn O. Braithwaite, Bailey M. Oliver-Blackburn, and Brianna L. Avalos

Techniques and Forces and the Communicative Constitution of Organization: A Deleuzian Approach to Organizational (In)Stability and Power , Jennifer J. Mease (also PeeksMease)

Critical incidents in the development of (multi)ethnic-racial identity: Experiences of individuals with mixed ethnic-racial backgrounds in the U.S. , Megan Cardwell, Jordan Soliz, Lisa Crockett, and Gretchen Bergquist

Donald J. Trump and the rhetoric of ressentiment , Casey Ryan Kelly

Incels, Compulsory Sexuality, and Fascist Masculinity , Casey Ryan Kelly and Chase Aunspach

Communicated perspective-taking (CPT) and storylistening: Testing the impact of CPT in the context of friends telling stories of difficulty , Jody Koenig Kellas, Jonathan Baker, Megan Cardwell, Mackensie Minniear, and Haley Kranstuber Hortsman

Communication Accommodation and Identity Gaps as Predictors of Relational Solidarity in Interfaith Family Relationships , Toni Morgan, Jordan Soliz, Mackensie Minniear, and Gretchen Bergquist

Examining and evaluating multilevel communication within a mixed-methods, community-based participatory research project in a rural, minority–majority U.S. Town , Angela L. Palmer-Wackerly, Maria S. Reyes, Sahra H. Ali, Kimberly Gocchi Carrasco, Patrick Habecker, Kristen Houska, Virginia Chaidez, Jordan Soliz, Julie A. Tippens, Kathryn Holland, Lisa M. PytlikZillig, Kali Patterson, and Kirk Dombrowski

Discrete and looking (to profit): homoconnectivity on Grindr , Chase Aunspach

Applied tensional analysis: Engaging practitioners and the constitutive shift , Jennifer Mease (also PeeksMease)

Infertility patient-provider communication and (dis)continuity of care: An exploration of illness identity transitions , Angela L. Palmer-Wackerly, Heather L Voorhees, Sarah D’Souza, and Edward Weeks

Constructing Lumbersexuality: Marketing an Emergent Masculine Taste Regime , Mark A. Rademacher and Casey R. Kelly

“Feeling Warmth and Close to Her”: Communication and Resilience Reflected in Turning Points in Positive Adult Stepchild–Stepparent Relationships , Dawn O. Braithwaite, Vincent R. Waldron, Jordan Allen, Bailey Oliver, Gretchen Bergquist, Katie Storck, Jaclyn S. Marsh, Nathan Swords, and Carol L. Tschampl-Diesing

Community Health Worker Employer Survey: Perspectives on CHW Workforce Development in the Midwest , Virginia Chaidez, Angela L. Palmer-Wackerly, and Kate Trout

“Say something instead of nothing”: Adolescents’ perceptions of memorable conversations about sex-related topics with their parents , Amanda Holman and Jody Koenig Kellas

The Wounded Man: Foxcatcher and the Incoherence of White Masculine Victimhood , Casey Ryan Kelly

Asset, liability, possibility: Metaphors of human difference and the business case for diversity , Jennifer J. Mease (also PeeksMease) and Brittany L. Collins

Relational Uncertainty Management in Adult Children of Divorce , Sylvia L. Mikucki-Enyart, Sarah R. Petitte, and Sarah E. Wilder

Patient Perceptions of Illness Identity in Cancer Clinical Trial Decision-Making , Angela L. Palmer-Wackerly, Phokeng M. Dailey, Jessica L. Krok-Schoen, Nancy D. Rhodes, and Janice L. Krieger

Skills-Based Volunteering as Both Work and Not Work: A Tension-Centered Examination of Constructions of “Volunteer” , Sarah Steimel

Discourses of forgiveness and resilience in stepchild–stepparent relationships , Vincent R. Waldron, Dawn O. Braithwaite, Bailey M. Oliver, Dayna N. Kloeber, and Jaclyn S. Marsh

“Love Needs to Be Exchanged”: A Diary Study of Interaction and Enactment of the Family Kinkeeper Role , Dawn O. Braithwaite, Jaclyn S. Marsh, Carol L. Tschampl-Diesing, and Margaret S. Leach

Democratic Dissent and the Politics of Rescue during the Twenty-first Century’s “Inhospitable” EU Migration “Crisis” , Marouf Hasian Jr., José Ángel Maldonado Olivas, and Stephanie Marek Muller

How Selective Amnesia Brought Us the First Black Socialist President of the United States , Kristen Hoerl

It Follows : Precarity, Thanatopolitics, and the Ambient Horror Film , Casey Ryan Kelly

The Toxic Screen: Visions of Petrochemical America in HBO’s True Detective (2014) , Casey Ryan Kelly

Communicatively Constructing the Bright and Dark Sides of Hope: Family Caregivers’ Experiences during End of Life Cancer Care , Jody Koenig Kellas, Katherine M. Castle, Alexis Johnson, and Marlene Z. Cohen

Postmodern/Poststructural Approaches , Jennifer J. Mease (also PeeksMease)

Stepchildren’s Communicative and Emotional Journey from Divorce to Remarriage: Predictors of Stepfamily Satisfaction , Sandra Metts, Paul Schrodt, and Dawn O. Braithwaite

The Role of Health Care Provider and Partner Decisional Support in Patients’ Cancer Treatment Decision-Making Satisfaction , Angela L. Palmer-Wackerly, Janice L. Krieger, and Nancy D. Rhodes

Perceived Benefits and Challenges of a Multiethnic-Racial Identity: Insight From Adults With Mixed Heritage , Jordan Soliz, Sierra Cronan, Gretchen Bergquist, Audra K. Nuru, and Christine E. Rittenour

Negotiating refugee empowerment(s) in resettlement organizations , Sarah Steimel

Communication Structures of Supplemental Voluntary Kin Relationships , Dawn O. Braithwaite, Jenna Stephenson, Julia Moore, and Katie Brockhage

American Indians and the Rhetoric of Removal and Allotment (Book Review) , Casey Ryan Kelly

Camp Horror and the Gendered Politics of Screen Violence: Subverting the Monstrous-Feminine in Teeth (2007) , Casey Ryan Kelly

Chastity for Democracy: Surplus Repression and the Rhetoric of Sex Education , Casey Ryan Kelly

The Man-pocalpyse: Doomsday Preppers and the Rituals of Apocalyptic Manhood , Casey Ryan Kelly

Religious Pluralistic Language in a Computer-Mediated Context: Effects of Intergroup Salience and Religious Orientation , Jennifer Kienzle, Chad M. Wertley, and Jordan Soliz

Mitt Romney in Denver: “Obamacare” as Ideological Enthymeme , Justin Ward Kirk

Distributed Cognition in Cancer Treatment Decision Making: An Application of the DECIDE Decision-Making Styles Typology , Janice L. Krieger, Jessica L. Krok-Schoen, Phokeng M. Dailey, Angela L. Palmer-Wackerly, Nancy Schoenberg, Electra D. Paskett, and Mark Dignan

Age Differences in Cancer Treatment Decision Making and Social Support , Jessica Krok, Angela L. Palmer-Wackerly, Phokeng M. Dailey, Julianne C. Wojno, and Janice L. Krieger

Embracing Discursive Paradox: Consultants Navigating the Constitutive Tensions of Diversity Work , Jennifer Mease (also PeeksMease)

“Uh Oh. Cue the [New] Mommy Wars”: The Ideology of Combative Mothering in Popular U.S. Newspaper Articles About Attachment Parenting , Julia Moore and Jenna Abetz

“I’m Here to Do Business. I’m Not Here to Play Games.” Work, Consumption, and Masculinity in Storage Wars , Mark A. Rademacher and Casey Ryan Kelly

Negotiating knowledges and expertise in refugee resettlement organizations , Sarah Steimel

A Tale of Two Mommies: (Re)Storying Family of Origin Narratives , Elizabeth A. Suter, Jody Koenig Kellas, Stephanie K. Webb, and Jordan A. Allen

Giving Voice to the Silence of Family Estrangement: Comparing Reasons of Estranged Parents and Adult Children in a Non-matched Sample , Kristen Carr, Amanda J. Holman, Jenna Abetz, Jody Koenig Kellas, and Elizabeth Vagnoni

The Impact of Criminalization of Stalking on Italian Students: Adherence to Stalking Myths , Laura De Fazio, Chiara Sgarbi, Julia Moore, and Brian H. Spitzberg

Accommodating New Vistas , Jessica Gasiorek, Howard Giles, and Jordan Soliz

Thanatourism, Caminata Nocturna, and the Complex Geopolitics of Mexico’s Parque EcoAlberto , Marouf A. Hasian Jr., José Ángel Maldonado, and Kent A. Ono

Communicating Ethos at the Center , Kristen Hoerl, Mercedes Kolb, Ethan Gregerson, and William Butler

Organizational Secrecy and the FBI’s COINTELPRO–Black Nationalist Hate Groups Program, 1967–1971 , Kristen Hoerl and Erin Ortiz

High School Adolescents’ Perceptions of the Parent–Child Sex Talk: How Communication, Relational, and Family Factors Relate to Sexual Health , Amanda Holman and Jody Koenig Kellas

Cooking without Women: The Rhetoric of the New Culinary Male , Casey Ryan Kelly

Shaved or Saved? Disciplining Women’s Bodies , Casey Ryan Kelly and Kristen E. Hoerl

The Benefits and Risks of Telling and Listening to Stories of Difficulty Over Time: Experimentally Testing the Expressive Writing Paradigm in the Context of Interpersonal Communication Between Friends , Jody Koenig Kellas, Haley Kranstuber Hortsman, Erin K. Willer, and Kristen Carr

Comprehension of Randomization and Uncertainty in Cancer Clinical Trials Decision Making Among Rural, Appalachian Patients , Janice L. Krieger, Angela L. Palmer-Wackerly, Phokeng M. Dailey, Jessica L. Krok-Schoen, Nancy E. Schoenberg, and Electra D. Paskett

Caregiver Perceptions of Their Influence on Cancer Treatment Decision Making: Intersections of Language, Identity, and Illness , Janice L. Krieger, Angela L. Palmer-Wackerly, Jessica L. Krok-Schoen, Phokeng M. Dailey, Julianne C. Wojno, Nancy Schoenberg, Electra D. Paskett, and Mark Dignan

The Conceptualization of Self-Identity among Residents of Appalachia Ohio , Jessica L. Krok-Schoen, Angela L. Palmer-Wackerly, Phokeng M. Dailey, and Janice L. Krieger

Discursive Struggles of Tradition and Nontradition in the Retrospective Accounts of Married Couples Who Cohabited Before Engagement , Julia Moore, Jennifer Kienzle, and Elizabeth Flood Grady

Dancing Around Infertility: The Use of Metaphors in a Complex Medical Situation , Angela L. Palmer-Wackerly and Janice L. Krieger

"A Short Burst of Inconsequential Information": Networked Rhetorics, Avian Consciousness, and Bioegalitarianism , Damien S. Pfister

Making Sense of Hurtful Mother-in-law Messages: Applying Attribution Theory to the In-Law Triad , Christine E. Rittenour and Jody Koenig Kellas

Motherhood as Contested Ideological Terrain: Essentialist and Queer Discourses of Motherhood at Play in Female–Female Co-mothers’ Talk , Elizabeth A. Suter, Leah M. Seurer, Stephanie Webb, Brian Grewe Jr., and Jody Koenig Kellas

Chaos, Reports, and Quests: Narrative Agency and Co-Workers in Stories of Workplace Bullying , Stacy Tye-Williams and Kathleen J. Krone

A Communication-Based Approach to Adoptive Identity: Theoretical and Empirical Support , Colleen Warner Colaner and Jordan Soliz

‘‘Opening the Door’’: The History and Future of Qualitative Scholarship in Interpersonal Communication , Dawn O. Braithwaite

“I need numbers before I will buy it”: Reading and writing qualitative scholarship on close relationships , Dawn O. Braithwaite, Julia Moore, and Jenna Stephenson Abetz

Discursive Struggles Animating Individuals’ Talk About Their Parents’ Coming Out as Lesbian or Gay , Diana Breshears and Dawn O. Braithwaite

Communicatively Managing Religious Identity Difference in Parent-Child Relationships: The Role of Accommodative and Nonaccommodative Communication , Colleen Warner Colaner, Jordan Soliz, and Leslie R. Nelson

Reimagining the Self-Made Man: Myth, Risk, and the Pokerization of America , Aaron M. Duncan

Tensions in Talking Diversity , Linda M. Gallant and Kathleen J. Krone

Theory and Research From the Communication Field: Discourses That Constitute and Reflect Families , Kathleen M. Galvin and Dawn O. Braithwaite

Détournement, Decolonization, and the American Indian Occupation of Alcatraz Island (1969–1971) , Casey Ryan Kelly

Feminine Purity and Masculine Revenge-Seeking in Taken (2008) , Casey Ryan Kelly

“We Are Not Free”: The Meaning of (Freedom) in American Indian Resistance to President Johnson’s War on Poverty , Casey Ryan Kelly

Telling the Story of Stepfamily Beginnings: The Relationship between Young-adult Stepchildren’s Stepfamily Origin Stories and their Satisfaction with the Stepfamily , Jody Koenig Kellas, Leslie Baxter, Cassandra LeClair-Underberg, Matthew Thatcher, Tracy Routsong, Emily Lamb Normand, and Dawn O. Braithwaite

Reconsidering Childfreedom: A Feminist Exploration of Discursive Identity Construction in Childfree LiveJournal Communities , Julia Moore

Parental Socialization of Ethnic Identity: Perspectives from Multiethnic Adults , Audra K. Nuru and Jordan Soliz

Community Engagement as a Process and an Outcome of Developing Culturally Grounded Health Communication Interventions: An Example from the DECIDE Project , Angela L. Palmer-Wackerly, Jessica Krok, Phokeng M. Dailey, LInda Kight, and Janice L. Krieger

Undergraduate Instructor Assistants (UIAs): Friend or Foe , William J. Seiler and Jenna Stephenson Abetz

Mapping a History of Applied Communication Research: Themes and Concepts in the Journal of Applied Communication Research , Sarah Steimel

A Choreography of Living Texts: Selections from the ARST Oral History Project , Kenny Walker, Jennifer Malkowski, and Damien S. Pfister

Digital Gravescapes: Digital Memorializing on Facebook , Scott H. Church

Procrastination and the Shifting Political Media Environment: An Experimental Study of Media Choice Affecting a Democratic Outcome , Morgan E. Ellithorpe, Lance Holbert, and Angela L. Palmer-Wackerly

Activism, Deliberation, and Networked Public Screens: Rhetorical Scenes From the Occupy Moment in Lincoln, Nebraska (Part 1 & 2) , Joshua P. Ewalt, Jessy J. Ohl, and Damien S. Pfister

Communicative Responses to the Painful Self-Disclosures of Familial and Non-Familial Older Adults , Craig Fowler and Jordan Soliz

Communicated Perspective-Taking During Stories of Marital Stress: Spouses’ Perceptions of One Another’s Perspective-Taking Behaviors , Jody Koenig Kellas, Erin K. Willer, and April R. Trees

Cooperative Struggle: Re-framing Intercultural Conflict in the Management of Sino-American Joint Ventures , Kathleen J. Krone and Sarah Steimel

The Experience and Expression of Stepchildren’s Emotions at Critical Events in Stepfamily Life , Sandra Metts, Dawn O. Braithwaite, Paul Schrodt, Tiffany R. Wang, Amanda J. Holman, Audra K. Nuru, and Jenna Stephenson Abetz

The Light and Shadow of Feminist Research Mentorship: A Collaborative Autoethnography of Faculty-Student Research , Julia Moore, Jennifer A. Scarduzio, Brielle Plump, and Patricia Geist-Martin

Lakoff’s Theory of Moral Reasoning in Presidential Campaign Advertisements, 1952–2012 , Damien S. Pfister, Jessy J. Ohl, Marty Nader, and Dana Griffin

Once Upon a Midnight Stalker: A Content Analysis of Stalking in Films , Amy Sides Schultz, Julia Moore, and Brian H. Spitzberg

Community Partners’ Assessment of Service Learning in an Interpersonal and Small Group Communication Course , Sarah Steimel

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