A library for generating Finite State Transducers based on Levenshtein Automata.
Levenshtein transducers accept a query term and return all terms in a dictionary that are within n spelling errors away from it. They constitute a highly-efficient (space and time) class of spelling correctors that work very well when you do not require context while making suggestions. Forget about performing a linear scan over your dictionary to find all terms that are sufficiently-close to the user's query, using a quadratic implementation of the Levenshtein distance or Damerau-Levenshtein distance, these babies find all the terms from your dictionary in linear time on the length of the query term (not on the size of the dictionary, on the length of the query term).
If you need context, then take the candidates generated by the transducer as a starting place, and plug them into whatever model you're using for context (such as by selecting the sequence of terms that have the greatest probability of appearing together).
For a quick demonstration, please visit the Github Page, here.