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Francis Tyers ftyers at prompsit.com
Wed Apr 18 17:03:22 CEST 2012


Hi,

There are also free/open-source reimplementations of XFST:

HFST (which includes both lexc, twol and xfst)

http://www.ling.helsinki.fi/kieliteknologia/tutkimus/hfst/

and

Foma (which includes lexc and xfst)

http://code.google.com/p/foma/

Both tools have active user and development communities, feel free to email me if you want to know more.

Regards,

Francis Tyers

El dc 18 de 04 de 2012 a les 07:57 -0700, en/na kdent va escriure:
> Hello Irina,
>
> On the download page, there are also links to libraries for xfst. You
> can write your own C code that makes calls into the xfst library
> similarly to writing an xfst script. The library is covered by the same
> license as the executables. There is also a Python interface available.
>
> Kyle
>
>
>
> On 4/18/12 3:30 AM, Eirini LS wrote:
> > Dear Corpora members,
> > My question may be very simple and I am very sorry for bothering you;
> > but I have heard about morphological analyzers made on the basis of xfst
> > modules (so called Xerox Finite State Platform), as I have seen the Book
> > of Finite State Morphology with a software distributed by PARC can be
> > used for this purposes, but at the same time fst - can be considered as
> > a tool using its own language. So, Is it possible to integrate
> > transducers created in this program in the other program made for
> > example in C or C++? and if so, does it need additional permission or
> > license?
> > Thank you in advance,
> >
> > Irina
> >
> >
> >
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