AT&T FSM Library Finite-State Machine Library: The AT&T FSM library is a set of general-purpose software tools available for Unix, for building, combining, optimizing, and searching weighted finite-state acceptors and transducers. Finite-state transducers are automata for which each transition has an output label in addition to the more familiar input label. Weighted acceptors or transducers are acceptors or transducers in which each transition has a weight as well as the input or input and output labels.

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