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- OpenFst Advanced Usage
- Arc Iterators
- Arc Filters
- Arc Mappers
- Arcs
- Base Fsts
- Caching
- Command Line Flags
- Composition Filters
- Error Handling
- Expanded Fsts
- FST Input/Output
- fst::script
- Fst Types
- Look-Ahead Matchers
- Matchers
- Mutable Fsts
- Natural Orders
- Operation Options
- Properties
- State Iterators
- State Mappers
- State Queues
- State Tables
- Symbol Tables
- User-defined Fst Arcs and Weights
- User-defined Fst Classes
- Visitors
- Weights
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< < | `SortedMatcher` requires the underlying Fst be sorted on the appropriate side. How it matches epsilons requires some explanation. `Find(0)` matches any epsilons on the underlying Fst explicitly (as if they were any other symbol) but also returns an | |||||||||

> > | `SortedMatcher` expects the underlying FST be sorted on the appropriate side. `Find(0)` matches any epsilons on the underlying FST explicitly (as if they were any other symbol) but also returns an | |||||||||

implicit self-loop (namely `Arc(kNoLabel, 0, Weight::One(), current_state)` if the `match_type` is `MATCH_INPUT` and | ||||||||||

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< < | `Arc(0, kNoLabel, Weight::One(), current_state)` if the `match_type` is `MATCH_OUTPUT` ). In other words, an epsilon matches at every state without moving forward on the matched FST, a natural interpretation. This behavior implements epsilon-transition handling in composition, or, more generally, a 'non-consuming' match as with the `MultiEpsMatcher` (with `kNoLabel` informing composition of such a match). A | |||||||||

> > | `Arc(0, kNoLabel, Weight::One(), current_state)` if the `match_type` is `MATCH_OUTPUT` ); in other words, an epsilon matches at every state without moving forward on the matched FST, a natural interpretation. This behavior implements epsilon-transition handling in composition, or, more generally, a 'non-consuming' match as with the `MultiEpsMatcher` (with `kNoLabel` informing composition of such a match). A | |||||||||

composition filter determines which of these epsilon transitions are ultimately
accepted. Any matcher used in composition and related algorithms must implement these implicit matches for correct epsilon handling. In some other uses, the implicit matches may not be needed. In that case, an `ExplicitMatcher` can be used to conveniently suppress them (or the user can recognize the `kNoLabel` loop and skip them). |

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