Holistic facial composite systems: are they compatible with witness recall?
Brace, Nicola A.; Pike, Graham E.; Turner, Jim A.;
Facial composite systems offer a particular challenge to human-computer interaction as they must facilitate several cognitively complex tasks and also aid communication between the operator and the witness. This paper presents the findings from a survey conducted with U... View more
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