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Intersect Description This operation computes the intersection (Hadamard product) of two FSAs. Only strings that are in both automata are retained in the result...
Equivalent Description This operation determines if two epsilon free deterministic weighted acceptors are equivalent, that is if they accept the same strings with...
Equal Description This operation determines if two transducers have the same states with the same numbering and the same transitions with the same labels and weights...
EpsNormalize Description Returns an equivalent FST that is epsilon normalized. An acceptor is epsilon normalized if it is epsilon removed. A transducer is input epsilon...
Disambiguate Description This operation disambiguates a weighted transducer. The result will be an equivalent FST that has the property that no two successful paths...
Difference Description This operation computes the difference between two FSAs. Only strings that are in the first automaton but not in second are retained in the...
Encode/Decode Description The Encode operation allows the representation of a weighted transducer as a weighted automaton, an unweighted transducer or an unweighted...
Connect Description This operation trims an FST, removing states and arcs that are not on successful paths. Usage template void Connect(MutableFst fst);...
Concat Description This operation computes the concatenation ( product ) of two FSTs. If A transduces string x to y with weight a and B transduces string...
Compose Description This operation computes the composition of two transducers. If A transduces string x to y with weight a and B transduces y to z...

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