Updating filter

18-Apr-2017 14:40

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For basic functionality I need to filter layers to get specific data from a Geoserver WFS layer.

This vector is input vector as we observe in normal NN. This value is then propagated into fully connected layer and follows the same pattern as we observe in normal NN.

My questions are the following: 1) In case of normal NN, the weights and biases are updated during backward propagation.

But what if you want to compare the value of a model field with another field on the same model?

Django provides act as a reference to a model field within a query.

For basic functionality I need to filter layers to get specific data from a Geoserver WFS layer.

This vector is input vector as we observe in normal NN. This value is then propagated into fully connected layer and follows the same pattern as we observe in normal NN.

My questions are the following: 1) In case of normal NN, the weights and biases are updated during backward propagation.

But what if you want to compare the value of a model field with another field on the same model?

Django provides act as a reference to a model field within a query.

To represent database-table data in Python objects, Django uses an intuitive system: A model class represents a database table, and an instance of that class represents a particular record in the database table.