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Authors : Krishna Karoo, Dr Girish Katkar.

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A statistical language model is a probability distribution P(s] over all possible word sequences (or any other linguistic unit like words, sentences, paragraphs, documents, or spoken utterances). A number of statistical language models have been proposed in literature. The dominant approach in statistical language modeling is the n-gram model.