face region

face region

[TA]
the topographic subdivisions of the face, including nasal, oral, mental, orbital, infraorbital, buccal, parotid, and zygomatic.
Synonym(s): regio facialis [TA], regions of face
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Bag of pixels concept separated the eye and eyebrow region from the face region effectively.
Lab transform extracts the face region from the input image.
Sub Q injectable facelift Restylane hyaluronic acid filler is injected into the cheeks through the inside of the mouth to create fullness which pulls up the mid and lower face region.
Finally, a template matching process is preformed between an aligning frontal face model and the candidate face region as a verification step.
Weighting mask function was applied to decide whether a potential face region contains a face.
The actual marks for face and core region on the panel thickness were calculated based on the VDP data by making the weight of each face region 25 percent of the total panel weight.
as a member of the familiarization category) during test but those in the body only condition did not, an outcome suggesting the face region is important in infants' discrimination between cat and dog categories.
2002) applied the non-adaptive approach to detect the human skin-color for estimating face region.
Greater compaction of the face region of the panels was supported by the higher density of that region, as determined through x-ray density profile analysis (Fig.
Firstly, after the location of face region is detected, a feature based method will be used to detect two rough regions of both eyes on the face.
Reading the LFP signal can dissect the face region into smaller, more specialized enclaves than fMRI can, such as a minute cluster that responds more strongly to a monkey face than a human's.
Our technique can be an effective means of reducing bandwidth requirements while allocating more bits to face regions.