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GRM Library

The GRM Library is a general software collection for constructing and modifying weighted automata and transducers representing weighted grammars or statistical language models.

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The GRM Library is a general software collection for constructing and modifying weighted automata and transducers representing weighted grammars or statistical language models.

The GRM Library was developed by Cyril Allauzen, Brian Roark and Mehryar Mohri

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GRM Library

The GRM Library is a general software collection for constructing and modifying weighted automata and transducers representing weighted grammars or statistical language models.

The GRM Library was developed by Cyril Allauzen, Brian Roark and Mehryar Mohri when the authors were working at AT&T Labs - Research.

The GRM Library is available for download as binaries only for non-commercial use at the following url.

-- CyrilAllauzen - 11 Sep 2007

 
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