Crossentropy is, theoretically, not appropriate for regression.
Classically, it is only used for classification and pattern-recognition. It's definition involves probability distribution functions and their logarithms.
That is not to say that it will not yield good answers for regression problems. Obviously I have never tried it and, one day when I get bored, I might tinker around with it.
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