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For learning a single sequence, LSTM only should suffice.

However, my situation is different here. I have a list of sequences to learn:

  • The sale volumes of 12 months, these are the sequences

And each sequence above belongs to a category.

I'm trying it out by consider [category,sequence] as a sequential sample, the loss can be reduced to 1% but it gives wrong values in inferring real data.

The second try is considering [category,sequence] as a sample of 2 inputs:

  • X1 = sequence
  • X2 = category

Feed the sequence thru' LSTM layers to get H, and then concat with X2, and feed again the pair [H,X2] thru' some dense layers, the results aren't better.

Any popular solutions (network shape, network design) for learning this kind of data: sequential data in different categories?

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    $\begingroup$ You can use MathJax/latex on this site, in case you didn't know it. $\endgroup$ – nbro Jul 7 at 12:39
  • $\begingroup$ i closed the question, training was done correctly, bug in inference code $\endgroup$ – datdinhquoc Jul 8 at 2:21

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