**Commenced**in January 2007

**Frequency:**Monthly

**Edition:**International

**Paper Count:**4

# Publications

##### 4 Multi-VSS Scheme by Shifting Random Grids

**Authors:**
Justie Su-Tzu Juan,
Joy Jo-Yi Chang

**Abstract:**

Visual secret sharing (VSS) was proposed by Naor and Shamir in 1995. Visual secret sharing schemes encode a secret image into two or more share images, and single share image can’t obtain any information about the secret image. When superimposes the shares, it can restore the secret by human vision. Due to the traditional VSS have some problems like pixel expansion and the cost of sophisticated. And this method only can encode one secret image. The schemes of encrypting more secret images by random grids into two shares were proposed by Chen et al. in 2008. But when those restored secret images have much distortion, those schemes are almost limited in decoding. In the other words, if there is too much distortion, we can’t encrypt too much information. So, if we can adjust distortion to very small, we can encrypt more secret images. In this paper, four new algorithms which based on Chang et al.’s scheme be held in 2010 are proposed. First algorithm can adjust distortion to very small. Second algorithm distributes the distortion into two restored secret images. Third algorithm achieves no distortion for special secret images. Fourth algorithm encrypts three secret images, which not only retain the advantage of VSS but also improve on the problems of decoding.

**Keywords:**
visual cryptography,
multiple,
secret image sharing,
visual secret sharing,
random grids

##### 3 The Balanced Hamiltonian Cycle on the Toroidal Mesh Graphs

**Authors:**
Wen-Fang Peng,
Justie Su-Tzu Juan

**Abstract:**

The balanced Hamiltonian cycle problemis a quiet new topic of graph theorem. Given a graph G = (V, E), whose edge set can be partitioned into k dimensions, for positive integer k and a Hamiltonian cycle C on G. The set of all i-dimensional edge of C, which is a subset by E(C), is denoted as Ei(C).

**Keywords:**
Hamiltonian cycle,
balanced,
Cartesian product

##### 2 Mutually Independent Hamiltonian Cycles of Cn x Cn

**Authors:**
Justie Su-Tzu Juan,
Kai-Siou Wu

**Abstract:**

In a graph G, a cycle is Hamiltonian cycle if it contain all vertices of G. Two Hamiltonian cycles C_1 = ⟨u_0, u_1, u_2, ..., u_{n−1}, u_0⟩ and C_2 = ⟨v_0, v_1, v_2, ..., v_{n−1}, v_0⟩ in G are independent if u_0 = v_0, u_i = ΜΈ v_i for all 1 ≤ i ≤ n−1. In G, a set of Hamiltonian cycles C = {C_1, C_2, ..., C_k} is mutually independent if any two Hamiltonian cycles of C are independent. The mutually independent Hamiltonicity IHC(G), = k means there exist a maximum integer k such that there exists k-mutually independent Hamiltonian cycles start from any vertex of G. In this paper, we prove that IHC(C_n × C_n) = 4, for n ≥ 3.

**Keywords:**
independent,
Hamiltonian,
cycle,
Cartesian product,
mutually independent Hamiltonicity

##### 1 The Mutated Distance between Two Mixture Trees

**Authors:**
Justie Su-Tzu Juan,
Wan Chian Li,
Yi-Chun Wang,
Shu-Chuan Chen

**Abstract:**

The evolutionary tree is an important topic in bioinformation. In 2006, Chen and Lindsay proposed a new method to build the mixture tree from DNA sequences. Mixture tree is a new type evolutionary tree, and it has two additional information besides the information of ordinary evolutionary tree. One of the information is time parameter, and the other is the set of mutated sites. In 2008, Lin and Juan proposed an algorithm to compute the distance between two mixture trees. Their algorithm computes the distance with only considering the time parameter between two mixture trees. In this paper, we proposes a method to measure the similarity of two mixture trees with considering the set of mutated sites and develops two algorithm to compute the distance between two mixture trees. The time complexity of these two proposed algorithms are O(n2 × max{h(T1), h(T2)}) and O(n2), respectively

**Keywords:**
Distance,
evolutionary tree,
mixture tree,
mutated site