I am training a neural network (arbitrary architecture) and I have a label space that is not one-hot encoded, but continuous. The reason is that for the given problem, it is not possible to assign a single class only, it is more of a probability mapping. So in the end, my targets sum up to 1 again, but they are not 1-hot.
I wonder if I am misunderstanding Keras documentation, but for what I read, there is no Crossentropy implementation for this. There is categorical and sparse_categorical (which seem to do exactly the same, but only expect a different label format). My idea was to wrap every single target index into a binary crossentropy, but this feels wrong and I think there is a better solution. Can you please help me find an appropriate CE loss for my task?