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Christophe Servan christophe.servan at gmail.com
Sat Apr 21 12:57:44 CEST 2012


Le 18/04/2012 12:30, Eirini LS a écrit :
> 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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Dear Irina, I answer quite late but, you may try the openFST, made by former creators of the AT&T's FSM. http://www.openfst.org It is open source and written in C++

Cheers,

Christophe

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