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The face is divided in two parts, left and right. For each side of the face, we are creating a projection. Obtained function H(y) (see Fig. 8a) is multiplied by function W(y) (see Fig. 8b) in order to minimize the influence of the mouth and nostrils. After multiplication of the H(y) by W(y), we obtain the function shown in Fig. 8c. Maximum value of this function denotes the eye line and the first coordinate of the eye. The second coordinate is calculated by performing adaptive binarization. As a result, we obtain a binary image with the eyes, nostrils, and mouth remaining on it.