Coeficient de variatie numar de cuvinte RO>FR
Thread poster: Mihaela BILIUTA

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Jun 7, 2010

Salutare tuturor,

Un client tocmai m-a intrebat care este coeficientul de variatie intre numarul de cuvinte dintre un text sursa RO si un text tinta FR si nu am stiut sa raspund...
Altfel spus, cu cat % e mai lunga (in numar de cuvinte) traducerea in limba franceza a unui text redactat in limba romana fata de textul original?
Nu prea stiu care e termenul consacrat in limba romana. In franceza se numeste "taux de foisonnement".
Stie cineva cam cat ar fi acest coeficient?
Ma adresez in special acelora dintre voi care factureaza la cuvantul tinta, probabil ca sunteti mai in tema...

De exemplu, pentru traducerea in limba franceza, se constata urmatoarele coeficiente de variatie:
- din engleza in franceza: 15-20% cuvinte in plus
- din spaniola/italiana in franceza: 5% cuvinte in plus
- din germana/olandeza in franceza: 40% cuvinte in plus
- din suedeza/norvegiana in franceza: 30% cuvinte in plus

In speranta ca ma puteti ajuta daca nu cu un raspuns, macar cu o sugestie, va urez o seara placuta tuturor si va multumesc anticipat


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