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The distinction between holistic and analytical (or feature-based) approaches to face recognition is widely held to be an important dimension of face recognition research. Holistic techniques analyze the whole face in order to recognize a subject, whereas analytical methodologies are devoted to the processing of different local parts of the face. This paper proposes a principled experimental comparison between these two approaches. Local and global face processing architectures that have accessdoi:10.1109/iciap.2007.4362785 dblp:conf/iciap/BicegoSGTA07 fatcat:zjdapmuut5a6zj6onoppfm2jfa