9 February 2006 The mechanisms of human recognition as a guideline for security feature development
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Security features for automated processing and / or forensic identification of bank notes have proven to reliably recognize and select counterfeit bank notes in circulation. As a result of this development the decisive first line of defense is the public, where either the criminal fraternities or opportunity counterfeiters try to place their antisocial products. Therefore those security features, which fit into the range of subconscious recognition and habitual knowledge, are those of major importance in application and development. This paper tries to answer some questions how the human recognition, its well-developed functionality and how these through evolution-acquired capabilities may considerably influence the improvement of public security features in bank notes.
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Johannes Schaede, Volker Lohweg, "The mechanisms of human recognition as a guideline for security feature development", Proc. SPIE 6075, Optical Security and Counterfeit Deterrence Techniques VI, 607507 (9 February 2006); doi: 10.1117/12.656529; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.656529
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