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13-06-2021 | Original Article

Multistability and circuit implementation of tabu learning two-neuron model: application to secure biomedical images in IoMT

Journal:
Neural Computing and Applications
Authors:
Isaac Sami Doubla, Zeric Tabekoueng Njitacke, Sone Ekonde, Nestor Tsafack, J. D. D. Nkapkop, Jacques Kengne
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Abstract

In this paper, the dynamics of a non-autonomous tabu learning two-neuron model is investigated. The model is obtained by building a tabu learning two-neuron (TLTN) model with a composite hyperbolic tangent function consisting of three hyperbolic tangent functions with different offsets. The possibility to adjust the compound activation function is exploited to report the sensitivity of non-trivial equilibrium points with respect to the parameters. Analysis tools like bifurcation diagram, Lyapunov exponents, phase portraits, and basin of attraction are used to explore various windows in which the neuron model under the consideration displays the uncovered phenomenon of the coexistence of up to six disconnected stable states for the same set of system parameters in a TLTN. In addition to the multistability, nonlinear phenomena such as period-doubling bifurcation, hysteretic dynamics, and parallel bifurcation branches are found when the control parameter is tuned. The analog circuit is built in PSPICE environment, and simulations are performed to validate the obtained results as well as the correctness of the numerical methods. Finally, an encryption/decryption algorithm is designed based on a modified Julia set and confusion–diffusion operations with the sequences of the proposed TLTN model. The security performances of the built cryptosystem are analyzed in terms of computational time (CT = 1.82), encryption throughput (ET = 151.82 MBps), number of cycles (NC = 15.80), NPCR = 99.6256, UACI = 33.6512, χ2-values = 243.7786, global entropy = 7.9992, and local entropy = 7.9083. Note that the presented values are the optimal results. These results demonstrate that the algorithm is highly secured compared to some fastest neuron chaos-based cryptosystems and is suitable for a sensitive field like IoMT security.

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