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OpenGrm SFst Background Material The following is provided as background reading about stochastic finite state transducers and related material. For material...
OpenGrm Libraries OpenGrm is a collection of open source libraries for constructing, combining, applying and searching formal grammars and related representations...
Extended libraries The following are additional free libraries built using Pynini: pynini rewrite: Python module for ap plying rewrite rules edit transducer...
OpenGrm SFST Glossary $ backoff complete FST : a canonical FST for which each state s that has a failure transition to a state s` and another transition with...
OpenGrm Advanced Usage Below are a variety of topics covered in greater depth or of more specialized interest than found in the Quick Tour. Reading the Quick...
OpenGrm Thrax Grammar Compiler The OpenGrm Thrax Grammar Compiler is a set of tools for compiling grammars expressed as regular expressions and context dependent...
Path iteration This describes classes for iterating over paths in an FST. fst::PathIterator This template class provides a basic iterator over paths. It is constructed...
Thrax Release 0.1 (Alpha version.) Thrax Release 1.0 Removed dependency on ICU for UTF8 string parsing: with icu configuration flag no longer needed and...
OpenGrm SFst README OpenGrm SFst Release 1.0 OpenGrm SFst is a library for normalizing, sampling, combining, and approximating stochastic (or probabilistic) finite...

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