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OpenFst 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...
OpenFst Background Material The following material is provided as background reading about finite state transducers. However, it is not necessary to read this...
FST Bib Entry @InProceedings{openfst, author {Cyril Allauzen and Michael Riley and Johan Schalkwyk and Wojciech Skut and Mehryar Mohri}, title...
OpenFst Authors Principal Contacts: Cyril Allauzen allauzen AT google.com Michael Riley riley AT google.com Contributors: These contributions...
OpenFst Conventions The OpenFst Libary has various conventions and assumptions about its objects and coding style. Object Conventions 1. The StateIds...
OpenFst Download Release downloads: Current version: openfst 1.6.2.tar.gz (requires C 11) Checksum ( sha1 ): 632c2510c166bc66e44804de90ebb430f67bd195 Earlier...
Efficiency By reading the Quick Tour and Conventions and working through the examples, users typically can create correct implementations of applications. What...
OpenFst Examples Reading the quick tour first is recommended. That includes a simple example of FST application using either the C template level or the shell...
OpenFst Extensions The following extensions to OpenFst are available. These are built only if the configure flags are provided as below. Also provided are...
OpenFst Glossary $ acceptor : An acceptor is a finite automaton where each transition has a label and possibly a weight. In this library, an acceptor is represented...
OpenFst Tutorial Part 0: Introduction Part 1: Algorithms Part 2: Library Use and Design Part 3: Applications Presented at HLT/NAACL 2009 in...
OpenFst Quick Tour Below is a brief tutorial on the OpenFst library. After reading this, you may wish to browse the Advanced Usage topic for greater detail...
SLT 2010 Tutorial Introduction Part I: Library Design and Use Part II: Applications Presented at SLT 2010 in Berkeley, California. CyrilAllauzen...
FST Weight Requirements A semiring is specified by two binary operations and and two designated elements 0 and 1 with the following properties: : associative...
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Topic revision: r96 - 2017-03-14 - KyleGorman
 
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