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fst-infl(1)			   fst-match			   fst-infl(1)

NAME
       fst-match - longest match analyser

SYNOPSIS
       fst-match [ options ] file [ input-file [ output-file ] ]

OPTIONS
       -q     Suppress status messages.

       -h     Print usage information.

DESCRIPTION
       fst-match  is  a	longest	match analyser.	The first argument is the name
       of a compact transducer file which was generated	 by  fst-compiler  -c.
       The  second  argument is	the name of the	input file. The	third argument
       is the output file. If the third	argument is  missing,  output  is  di-
       rected to stdout.  If the second	argument is missing, as	well, input is
       read from stdin.

       fst-match reads the argument transducer and  performs  a	 longest-match
       analysis	 of the	input string. Given the	transducer <x>:<>ab+<x>:<>, it
       will analyse the	string baabbca as ba<x>abb<x>ca.

BUGS
       If the longest match can	be mapped to several target strings, only  one
       of them is printed.

SEE ALSO
       fst-compiler, fst-mor, fst-infl,	fst-parse

AUTHOR
       Helmut  Schmid,	Institute for Computational Linguistics, University of
       Stuttgart, Email: schmid@ims.uni-stuttgart.de, This software is	avail-
       able under the GNU Public License.

				  March	2005			   fst-infl(1)

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