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FACESFamily and Child Experiences Survey
FACESFacultad de Ciencias Económicas y Sociales (Spanish: Universidad Central de Venezuela)
FACESFilipino/American Coalition for Environmental Solutions
FACESFriends and Caregivers, Encephalitis Survivors (annual international conference)
FACESFamily and Children Early Education Services
FACESFamily Assessment Counseling and Educational Services
FACESFederal Annuity Claims Expert System
FACESFocusing on Creating Ethnic Solidarity
FACESFMS/ATM Calibration through Enhanced Surveillance (US FAA)
FACESFacial Analysis Comparison and Elimination System
FACESFreedom of Access to Clinic Entrances Act of 1994
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Round face Frames should make the face appear longer and thinner.
Student engagement and the opportunity to model are decreased even during then times class does meet because we simply don't have the time to get to know each other in the same way and even fun and effective online interactions don't always translate into the face to face environment.
Earlier electrode studies conducted without fMRI guidance in monkeys indicated that no more than 30 percent of the cells in any brain area preferentially respond to faces.
Outline your design: Use a very thin brush with face paints.
When a computer pinpoints a face, a different program translates human physical features into a mathematical code, then seeks for a match in the database of coded faces.
Look, for example, at the 2001 Colorado law allowing the Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) to use biometric technology to map applicants' faces for driver's licenses.
During this time period, most discussion focused on the need to have different tax treatments for expenditures made to maintain the normal output of a mine from a recession of the working face versus expenditures made to increase mine production.
A spring keeps the seal faces in contact and an o-ring seal prevents leakage as the stationary seal slides axially.
Humans are so good at recognising faces that, despite years of research, computer scientists have been unable to produce an algorithm to match the ability of the human visual system.
In a series of studies, Matsumiya took advantage of a phenomenon called the "face aftereffect" to investigate whether our visual system responds to nonvisual signals for processing faces.
The N170 specificity to human faces has become paradigmatic for much debate, as some argued that this component is not exclusively sensitive to faces (Rousselet et al, 2004; Rousselet et al, 2005; Thierry et al, 2007a; Thierry et al, 2007b).
The trick is figure out the shape of the face in the photo.