julius-generate - random sentence generator for Julius
julius-generate [options] <prefix>
julius-generate randomly generates sentences which are acceptable by
the given grammar. It can be used to check coverage of a grammar in a
human basis, by looking up if it may generate non-acceptable sentences.
Run julius-generate from the same directory where you have the .dfa and
the .dict file from where you want it to read the grammar, and pass it
their prefix. If you don’t have those files, you can generate them with
Changes the amount of sentences which will be generated (the
default is 10).
-t Outputs terminal (category) names instead of words. This needs a
.term file, in addition to the .dfa and the .dict files.
-v Verbose mode. If you use this, only one sentence will be
generated, but julius-generate will print the different choices
it had for each word.
Changes the used short-pause model to the indicated one.
julius-generate -n 1 foo
This reads files "foo.dfa" and "foo.dict" and prints one random
sentence which would be acceptable according to them.
julius-generate was written by the Julius team <julius-
firstname.lastname@example.org>, and this manual page by Siegfried-A.
Same as Julius.