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Witnesses and victims of serious crime are normally requested to construct a picture of the criminal's face. These pictures are known as facial composites and are typically produced by a witness recalling details of the face and then selecting individual facial features: hair, eyes, nose, mouth, etc. While composites remain an important tool for the apprehension of criminals, research has suggested that, even under favorable conditions, they are rarely recognized. In the current chapter, wedoi:10.1007/978-3-540-72877-1_9 dblp:conf/ncs/FrowdH08 fatcat:4jtsxjrlezgijgiwmtuevrpfui