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Submitted by menno on Tue, 2006-05-30 21:03
This is the main page of the Alignment-Based Learning (ABL) grammatical inference system. ABL learns structure from plain sequences (for example natural language sentences) by comparing them. Based on the parts of the sequences that are the same and parts that are not the same in two sequences, structure is inserted in the sequences.
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