IRST LM Toolkit

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A tool for the estimation, representation, and computation of statistical language models.

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  • bszhang
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    I have a question and would like to ask for your help. Since I checked online, there are few answers about this problem.I don't know why. I follow Moses steps to train irst language model and these are my steps: # language model built on target language. ~/irstlm/bin/add-start-end.sh < /media/Data/Mose/test/raw10k.en > raw10k.sb.en export IRSTLM=$HOME/irstlm; ~/irstlm/bin/build-lm.sh -i raw10k.sb.en -o raw10k.lm.en -n 3 ~/irstlm/bin/compile-lm --text yes raw10k.lm.en.gz raw10k.fr-en.arpa.en Then, the last line command told me that too many arguments. I checked compile-lm command and there is --text options, and no format problem I think. I also tried search online, but few people met with this problem. The default of --text is no, but if I omit --text yes, I can not run the last step "~/mosesdecoder/bin/build_binary raw10k.fr-en.arpa.en raw10k.fr-en.blm.en". Did I do something wrong? I am really confusing. Thank you very much for the help!

    Posted 11/29/2013
  • nshmyrev
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    Very useful project

    Posted 12/17/2010
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Intended Audience

Advanced End Users

User Interface

Command-line

Programming Language

C++, Perl, Unix Shell

Registered

2006-11-22
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