flop Command-Line Options

cheap Command-Line Options

  • select input method (default string)

  • YY input mode
  • set packing to n (bit coded; default: 7). The bits mean: selective unpacking, retro-active packing, pro-active packing and equi-active packing. Note that for selective unpacking to take effect, -nsolutions>0 is required, as well as a Maximum Entropy Model, usually set in pet/common.pet. Read PetSelectiveUnpacking for more details.

  • specifies the filename of the MaxEnt model, overriding the (possible) setting in pet/common.pet.

  • enable chart pruning. Strategy can be a(ll), s(uccessful), or p(assive), the default.
  • set verbosity level to n
  • find best n only, 1 if n is not given
  • print at most n (full) results. Difference with -nsolutions?
  • times out after n seconds
  • maximum number of passive edges
  • maximum amount of fs memory (in MB)
  • don't shrink process size after huge items
  • enable use of default lexical entries
  • compute quickcheck paths (output to file, default /tmp/qc.tdl)
  • use only top n quickcheck paths (unification)
  • use only top n quickcheck paths (subsumption)
  • enable [incr tsdb()] slave mode (protocol version = n)
  • compute MRS semantics (in specified mode). The combination -tsdbdump dir -mrs (without arguments) outputs the MRS in the [incr tsdb()] profile.

    Modes are mrs: MRS as text (default); mrx: MRS as xml;

    rmrs: RMRS as text; xml: RMRS as xml

  • disable rule filter
  • disable chart manipulation
  • disable online morphology
  • disable full form morphology
  • disable hyper-active parsing
  • disable output of derivations
  • enable tsdb output of rule statistics
  • select key mode (0=key-driven, 1=l-r, 2=r-l, 3=head-driven)
  • allow input comments (-1 to suppress output) comments are marked by a "#" or "//" at the start of a line
  • go into server mode, bind to port `n' (default: 4711)
  • word lattice parsing
  • morphology only
  • print failure paths
  • log server mode activity to file' (+' appends)

`-tsdbdump directory`
  • write incr[tsdb] item, result and parse files to directory

`-jxchgdump directory`
  • write jxchg/approximation chart files to directory

  • print partial results in case of parse failure

PetOptions (last edited 2011-10-08 21:12:18 by localhost)

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