about Compiling the SRILM
vancrusoe at hotmail.com
Tue Apr 12 14:01:39 PDT 2005
I am having a problem compiling the SRILM under Cygwin. in my makefile, now
i have it like this:
SRILM = /home/crusoe/srilm
MACHINE_TYPE := $(shell $(SRILM)/sbin/machine-type)
but when I type "make World", the system says that
/home/crusoe/srilm/sbin/machine-type: command not found
however, obviously i can find it under the directory. so what are the
possbile problem that i might have.
>From: Andreas Stolcke <stolcke at speech.sri.com>
>To: "zhou hao" <vancrusoe at hotmail.com>
>CC: srilm-user at speech.sri.com
>Subject: Re: about the ngram -hmm option
>Date: Wed, 30 Mar 2005 00:01:45 PST
>In message <BAY22-F15F2B1C4DDA07016D78AFAAB450 at phx.gbl>you wrote:
> > Hey,
> > just got a question in my mind, in the ngram command, it comes with an
> > option -hmm, which needs to take a HMM file as input, so how can I
> > this file when I train the language model. or should I write some code
> > myself to generate that.
>You typically create the file by hand, thus SRILM comes with no
>special tools for this. However, if you are building a large HMM
>structure it is best done by a program or script.
>I hope you don't expect SRILM to include some kind of "mini HMM toolkit".
>It doesn't. ngram -hmm is meant for building simple models that
>switch ngram distributions as they generate a sentence.
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