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We denote a state as: (1) where X and Y are non-terminals and A and f1 are arbitrary sequences of terminals and non-terminals. In the SCFG parsing algorithm ([21]), each state also carries forward and inner probabilities denoted in (1) by a and " respectively. a, also called a prefix probability, is the probability of the parsed string up to position i, and, is a probability of the sub-string starting at k and ending at i. Parsing begins with initializing the first state set with an initial state.

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