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Finite-State Language Processing

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Emmanuel Roche and Yves Schabes have put together a picture of the state of the art in using finite-state techniques in computational linguistics. The contributing authors comprise an impressive collection -- essentially the originating sources for much of the important recent work in this area."
-- Philip Resnik, Assistant Professor, Department of Linguistics and Institut
Hardcover, 482 pages
Published June 25th 1997 by Bradford Book (first published June 6th 1997)
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