Feb. 9, 2024, 5:42 a.m. | Narendhar Gugulothu Sanjay P. Bhat Tejas Bodas

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While mixture density networks (MDNs) have been extensively used for regression tasks, they have not been used much for classification tasks. One reason for this is that the usability of MDNs for classification is not clear and straightforward. In this paper, we propose two MDN-based models for classification tasks. Both models fit mixtures of Gaussians to the the data and use the fitted distributions to classify a given sample by evaluating the learnt cumulative distribution function for the given input …

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