Why can the dimensions of input and target be different when using this class of torch.nn.CrossEntropyLoss? I remember that one_hot processing was needed when using keras. This’s why?
nn.CrossEntropyLoss expects the target as a
LongTensor containing the class indices rather than a one-hot encoded target.
Since you are indexing the logits for the target of the corresponding sample, you can use the class indices directly.
Have a look at the docs for more information.
Thanks for your help.