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Rewriting Live TCP/IP (Layer 4) (i.e. Socket Layer) Streams


Rewriting Live TCP/IP (Layer 4) (i.e. Socket Layer) Streams

By : Bernardo Veiga
Date : November 19 2020, 07:01 PM
Hope this helps Take a look on Scapy, or another packet crafting tool. There are not much of this type out there.
code :


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Should the Domain Layer in a 3-tier application architecture wrap Data Layer classes needed by the UI Layer?

Should the Domain Layer in a 3-tier application architecture wrap Data Layer classes needed by the UI Layer?


By : user2227583
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will help you This kind of implementation binds the UI classes to data classes which generally is harmful. A better practice in all known scenario is to keep them separate. This will not only decouple them from each other but also give you the freedom to insert custom logic (anytime in future) between UI classes and data classes. It also gives you freedom to do customizations to data object without affecting the UI classes directly.
Using im2col layer, reshape layer and inner product layer to implement locally connected layer?

Using im2col layer, reshape layer and inner product layer to implement locally connected layer?


By : Cason Huang
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it fixes the issue Personal View of Point:
I have also tried to use Crop, Im2col, Reshape and InnerProduct layer to implement locally connected layer but failed.
code :
caffe_cpu_gemm<Dtype>(CblasNoTrans, transpose_ ? CblasNoTrans : CblasTrans,
                      M_, N_, K_, (Dtype)1.,
                      bottom_data, weight, (Dtype)0., top_data);
caffe_cpu_gemm<Dtype>(CblasNoTrans, CblasNoTrans, conv_out_channels_ /
    group_, conv_out_spatial_dim_, kernel_dim_,
    (Dtype)1., weights + weight_offset_ * g, col_buff + col_offset_ * g,
    (Dtype)0., output + output_offset_ * g);
layer { 
  name: "local_conv" 
  type: "LocalConvolution"
  bottom: "bottom"  # shape (2,3,8,8)
  top: "top"
  param {
    lr_mult: 1
    decay_mult: 1
    }
  param {
    lr_mult: 2
    decay_mult: 0
    }
  local_conv_param {
    local_region_number_h: 4
    local_region_number_w: 4
    local_region_ratio_h: 0.3 # determin the height/width of local regions
    local_region_ratio_w: 0.3 # local_region_size = floor(local_region_ratio * input_size)
    local_region_step_h: 2    # step between local regions on the top left part 
                              # and other regions will lie in the axial symmetry positions
                              # automatically
    local_region_step_w: 2
    num_output: 5 
    kernel_h: 3
    kernel_w: 1
    stride: 1
    pad: 0
    weight_filler {
        type: "xavier"
        }    
    bias_filler {      
        type: "constant"
        }  
  }
}
include/caffe/layers/local_conv_layer.hpp
src/caffe/layers/local_conv_layer.cpp(cu)
Are the domain layer, persistence layer and presentation layer things i need to memorize if i plan to learn MVC?

Are the domain layer, persistence layer and presentation layer things i need to memorize if i plan to learn MVC?


By : Bond
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this will help It sounds like you've found a good tutorial.
The average MVC tutorial puts everything in one project, puts the business logic in controller methods and skips using domain models altogether. Then again, the average MVC tutorial doesn't reach beyond a simple "Hello World" or "TODO App".
is it good to make Data Access Layer a separate layer from service layer

is it good to make Data Access Layer a separate layer from service layer


By : Scott Rexrode
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix the issue you can do Looking at architecture you are discussing in question, your project must be large enough to justify development cost of it. For small projects this architecture will be overkill.
Assuming your project is large enough, yes; it is always good to separate DAL, BLL and Application layers. Refer this and this.
ValueError: Input 0 of layer dense is incompatible with the layer: its rank is undefined, but the layer requires a defin

ValueError: Input 0 of layer dense is incompatible with the layer: its rank is undefined, but the layer requires a defin


By : user2658210
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Does that help As proposed by @arnoegw in the comments, this is fixed in tf-nightly-2.0-preview. So until it lands in production, just use
code :
pip install tf-nightly-2.0-preview
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