[SRILM User List] bigram and trigram probability table

Andreas Stolcke stolcke at icsi.berkeley.edu
Fri Aug 17 11:09:11 PDT 2012


the easiest way to have the toolkit compute your bigram and trigram 
probabilities once you have the model trained is:

ngram -lm /home/ananda/Desktop/work/anandamodeling -debug 2 -counts NGRAMS

where NGRAMS is a file you prepare that lists all the bigrams and 
trigrams you need, followed by a "1".
For example:

i i 1
i want 1
i to 1
want want 1
to to 1


On 8/16/2012 9:14 PM, Ananda K.C. wrote:
> Dear all,
> I am doing dissertation of my Master's degree in computer science.I
> want to calculate the bigram and trigram probability table as in 
> attachment,from back off N-gram language models in ARPA format.
> Also when i use this command "ngram-count -order 3 -read 
> /home/ananda/Desktop/work/countoutput.txt -vocab
> /home/ananda/Desktop/work/corpusvocab.txt -lm 
> /home/ananda/Desktop/work/anandamodeling",which discounting is use for 
> backoff smothing.
> I am new in the language modeling and thanks in advance.
> Regards,
> Ananda K.C.
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