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Studies have shown that distinctive faces are better retained in memory and faster recognized than typical faces (Bruce 1988; Bruce et al. 1994). The role of spatial frequency analysis was also examined. In Sergent (1986), it has been observed that gender classification can be successfully accomplished using lowfrequency components only, while identification requires the use of high frequency components. Some experiments suggest that memory for faces is highly viewpoint-dependent (Hill et al. 1997), and various lighting conditions make harder to identity even familiar faces (Johnston et al.
Face recognition : methods, applications and technology by Adamo Quaglia; Calogera M Epifano