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maxwell maxwell at umiacs.umd.edu
Wed Apr 18 17:19:39 CEST 2012


On Wed, 18 Apr 2012 03:30:45 -0700 (PDT), Eirini LS <eirini_ls at yahoo.com> wrote:
> 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?

There are a number of other FST programs as well. The Stuttgart FST tools (sfst, see http://www.ims.uni-stuttgart.de/projekte/gramotron/SOFTWARE/SFST.html) are freely licensed (I'm not sure what the current licensing is on the Xerox tools, it used to be partly restricted). SFST has Python and Ruby interfaces--not C/ C++, afaik.

Mike Maxwell



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