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On the other hand, the MCInt measures the performances on diﬀerent categories of images that include images with diﬀerent eﬀects such as changes in illumination, and pose variations. In the literature, few researchers have addressed the performance of face recognition systems with lower quality images . In , Draper et al. built two statistical models to examine how features of the human face could inﬂuence the performance of three diﬀerent face recognition algorithms: principle components analysis (PCA), an interpersonal image diﬀerence classiﬁer (IIDC), and an elastic bunch graph matching (EBGM) algorithm.
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Although the stereo camera, a kind of passive sensing technique, infers 3D information from multiple images, the human face has an unlimited number of features. Because of this, it is difficult to use dense reconstruction with human faces. Therefore, passive sensing is not an adequate choice for 3D face data acquisition. On the other hand, active sensing projects a special pattern onto the subject and reconstructs shapes from reflected pattern imaging with a CCD camera. Because active sensing is better at matching ambiguity and also provides dense feature points, it can act as an appropriate 3D face-sensing device.