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Shtml 30 K. Lindén, M. Silfverberg, and T. g. HFST-T WOL C, HFSTL EX C, HFST-C OMPOSE -I NTERSECT, HFST-T EST, HFST-L OOKUP, etc. g. English, Finnish, French, Northern Sámi and Swedish. We used the morphological descriptions for testing the functionality of the tools and for evaluating the performance of the different libraries through a unified interface on the morphological development and compilation tasks. The current article presents some of the main tools that we have created: HFSTL EX C in section 2, HFST-T WOL C in section 3 and HFST-C OMPOSE -I NTERSECT in section 4.

Such an expression is compiled into a regular expression using the GR-operation as in (6). Σ ∗ − delete (W − W ) (6) The operation delete in (6) rewrites each marker-symbol into epsilon and leaves all other symbols intact. We do not need the full expressive power of the GR-operation. Instead we use a 2 restricted version W ⇒ W , which is limited to compiling rules with one center and a number of contexts with a right and a left part. e. W,W ⊆ Σ ∗ Σ ∗ Σ ∗ . We discuss compiling one rule first and then conflict-resolution, although logically conflict-resolution is done first and then the rules are compiled.

While this is trivial, it introduces some indeterminism in the final transducer, which would otherwise have been introduced by building direct epsilon arcs. Its influence on the performance is further detailed in section 6. According to our experiments, attaching weights to each entry works without modification of the lexicon compilation method. 3 HFST-T WOL C Two-level rules are parallel constraints on symbol-pair strings governing the realizations of lexical word-forms as corresponding surface-strings.

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