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Implementing a std::map Replacement that Never Runs Out of Memory and Instructions on Producing an ARPA Compliant Language Model to Test the Implementation

, 14 Dec 2008 CPOL
An article on improving STL containers to cache to disk in order to lift memory limitation issues.

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Roy, Philippe
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Canada Canada
Philippe Roy was a key contributor throughout his 20+ years career with many high-profile companies such as Nuance Communications, IBM (ViaVoice and ProductManager), VoiceBox Technologies, just to name a few. He is creative and proficient in OO coding and design, knowledgeable about the intellectual-property world (he owns many patents), tri-lingual, and passionate about being part of a team that creates great solutions.

Oh yes, I almost forgot to mention, he has a special thing for speech recognition and natural language processing... The magic of first seeing a computer transform something as chaotic as sound and natural language into intelligible and useful output has never left him.

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