Online support material to Extended Finite State Models of Language, Cambridge University Press, 1999This is a copy of the working directory where the CD that was distributed with the book was created. The contents at some places are not identical to those found on the CD (the old ls-lR is kept and a new newls-lR is added to facilitate comparison). Copyright is GNU LGPL unless otherwise specified by the authors.
ECAI The papers and commentaries published as part of the ECAI'96 workshop on Extended Finite State Models of Language
Kanungo Tapas Kanungo's UMDHMM toolkit
Kim Jae-Hoon Kim and Byung-Gyu Jang's Korean Morphological Analysis (MoA) system
Kornai András Kornai's NewsMonitor system
Uniparse Phil Hopely's reconstruction of the parser developed under the leadership of Aravind Joshi at the University of Pennsylvania from 1958 to 1959.
Watson Bruce Watson's finite state toolkits
index.html -- this file
README -- text version of this file
ls-lR -- inventory
PC-MAC.TXT Other platforms readme
dotmove -- to make the life of Mac users easier, files like .emacs are called doTemacs on this CD. Run sh < dotmove to re-rename them within your own filesystem
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