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|Spanish to English translations [PRO]|
|Spanish term or phrase: modelo valla/Valla & modelo recuento|
|We can see that it is not clear that the BN2 model dominates the Poisson model because the //coeficiente de sobre-dispersión// is not significant and the // verosimilitud es claramente mayor//. Nevertheless, it is clear that the //modelo valla/Valla// is more appropriate than the //modelo recuento //in order to describe these data because .......|
I have seen 'valla' and 'Valla' both in the text.
These are statistical models, more than that I can't say, and the tables were exluded from the document so i can't see what they look like.
|suggest fence model and the model based on recount.|
I have a very deep suspicion of any text using Poisson models (which are equations very much involved with maths, electricity and subconductors); they are usually frighteningly literal, even though you never heard of them. Do a google search on these data.
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Local time: 22:16
|Yes I noted these to the author (nothing equivalent in Google), but translated provisionally as 'survey' and 'barrier' models, for which I git SOMRE kind of ref, altho I can't be sure of the appropriacy to the context|
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The model we are introducing; the subject model (versus a comparison model)
"valla" can mean various things, according to the EuroDicAutom online dictionary: ditch; bail; fence; hurdle; panel, etc.
"valla publicitaria" means "advertisement panel". I feel that this similarity can help conjure a meaning for your context, as shown above.
Luis M. Luis
Local time: 15:16
Native speaker of: Portuguese
PRO pts in pair: 171
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