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The 14th International Conference on Finite-State Methods and Natural Language Processing
(FSMNLP, September 23–25, 2019, Dresden, Germany)

Proceedings are available at ACL Web.

  • Johanna Björklund, Shay B. Cohen, Frank Drewes, and Giorgio Satta.
    Bottom-Up Unranked Tree-to-Graph Transducers for Translation into Semantic Graphs
  • Marco Cognetta, Cyril Allauzen, and Michael Riley.
    On the Compression of Lexicon Transducers
  • Tim Fernando, David Woods, Carl Vogel.
    MSO with tests and reducts
  • Maciej Janicki.
    Finite State Transducer Calculus for Whole Word Morphology
  • Mark-Jan Nederhof and Heiko Vogler.
    Regular transductions with MCFG input syntax
  • Richard Mörbitz and Heiko Vogler.
    Weighted parsing for grammar-based language models
  • Adnan Ozturel, Tolga Kayadelen, and Isin Demirsahin.
    A Syntactically Expressive Morphological Analyzer for Turkish
  • Kengatharaiyer Sarveswaran, Gihan V Dias and Mirriam Butt.
    Using Meta-Morph Rules to develop Morphological Analysers: A case study concerning Tamil
  • Ananda Theertha Suresh, Brian Roark, Michael Riley, and Vlad Schogol.
    Distilling weighted finite automata from arbitrary probabilistic models
  • Kei Wakabayashi.
    Silent HMMs: Generalized Representation of Hidden Semi-Markov Models and Hierarchical HMMs
  • Lawrence Wolf-Sonkin, Vlad Schogol, Brian Roark, and Michael Riley.
    Latin script keyboards for South Asian languages with finite-state normalization
  • Anssi Yli-Jyrä.
    Transition-Based Coding and Formal Language Theory for Ordered Digraphs

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