hfst-optimized-lookup(1) =Usage: hfst-optimized-lookup [OPTIONS] TRANSDUCER


hfst-optimized-lookup [OPTIONS] TRANSDUCER


Run a transducer on standard input (one word per line) and print analyses
-h, --help
Print this help message
-V, --version
Print version information
-v, --verbose
Be verbose
-q, --quiet
Don't be verbose (default)
-s, --silent
Same as quiet
-e, --echo
Echo inputs (useful if redirecting lots of output to a file)
-w, --show-weights
Print final analysis weights (if any)
-u, --unique
Suppress duplicate analyses
-n N, --analyses=N
Output no more than N analyses (if the transducer is weighted, the N best analyses)
-b, --beam=B
Output only analyses whose weight is within B from the best analysis
-t, --time-cutoff=S
Limit search after having used S seconds per input
-x, --xerox
Xerox output format (default)
-f, --fast
Be as fast as possible. (with this option enabled -u and -n don't work and output won't be ordered by weight).
-p, --pipe-mode[=STREAM]
Control input and output streams.

N must be a positive integer. B must be a non-negative float. S must be a non-negative float. The default, 0.0, indicates no cutoff. Options -n and -b are combined with AND, i.e. they both restrict the output.

STREAM can be { input, output, both }. If not given, defaults to {both}. Input is read interactively line by line from the user. If you redirect input from a file, use --pipe-mode=input. --pipe-mode=output is ignored on non-windows platforms.


Report bugs to [email protected]

hfst-optimized-lookup 1.2
Dec 10 2015 17:39:54 copyright (C) 2009 University of Helsinki