This function takes as input `logits`

, a 2-D input tensor with shape
(batch_size, num_classes). Each row of the input represents a categorical
distribution, with each column index containing the log-probability for a
given class.

The function will output a 2-D tensor with shape (batch_size, num_samples),
where each row contains samples from the corresponding row in `logits`

.
Each column index contains an independent samples drawn from the input
distribution.

## Arguments

- logits
2-D Tensor with shape (batch_size, num_classes). Each row should define a categorical distibution with the unnormalized log-probabilities for all classes.

- num_samples
Int, the number of independent samples to draw for each row of the input. This will be the second dimension of the output tensor's shape.

- dtype
Optional dtype of the output tensor.

- seed
An R integer or instance of

`random_seed_generator()`

. Used to make the behavior of the initializer deterministic. Note that an initializer seeded with an integer or`NULL`

(unseeded) will produce the same random values across multiple calls. To get different random values across multiple calls, use as seed an instance of`random_seed_generator()`

.

## See also

Other random: `random_dropout()`

`random_gamma()`

`random_integer()`

`random_normal()`

`random_seed_generator()`

`random_shuffle()`

`random_truncated_normal()`

`random_uniform()`