# 習熟率

## English translation: learning rate

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 Japanese term or phrase: 習熟率 English translation: learning rate Entered by:

 03:04 Oct 6, 2006
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Bus/Financial - Mathematics & Statistics
 Japanese term or phrase: 習熟率 There are many instances of "習熟率" on google, but I can't seem to find an English equivalent. Here is the sentence the term appears in, and an accompanying footnote. さらに、累積販売数量と価格推移より経験曲線を求め習熟率5を計算した結果を表１に示している。 Footnote: 5:経験曲線は、logC = a + blogCV （C:価格、CV:累積販売量）で表され、その際の回帰式の調整済みＲ２値が表１に示されている。次に、r = 2b で表されるｒを計算し習熟率として表に示している。販売数量が２倍になったときの価格下落率を表す数値である。 What is "習熟率" in English? Thank you!
 Troy FowlerUnited States Local time: 09:28
 learning rate Explanation:Experience curve is also known as learning curve. Please see the explanation in the Web site below.
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Yasu Hosomatsu
Local time: 09:28
 ありがとうございました。 出典参考になりました。 4 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer

4 +1learning rate
 Yasu Hosomatsu
4Rate of improvement
 fabio_torn
3 +1experience curve effect
 Yo Mizuno
3skill/proficiency level
 KNielsen

35 mins   confidence:
skill/proficiency level

Explanation:
Does this sound right for your context?

Reference: http://www.alc.co.jp
 KNielsenJapanLocal time: 02:28Native speaker of: English

59 mins   confidence: peer agreement (net): +1
learning rate

Explanation:
Experience curve is also known as learning curve. Please see the explanation in the Web site below.

Reference: http://www.maaw.info/LearningCurveSummary.htm
 Yasu HosomatsuLocal time: 09:28Specializes in fieldNative speaker of: JapanesePRO pts in category: 4
 ありがとうございました。 出典参考になりました。

agree
 2 hrs

1 hr   confidence: peer agreement (net): +1
experience curve effect

Explanation:
Here is my guess.

According to "Navigate" ( a glossary of business terms) 習熟率 refers to the ratio between the cost of production and the production quantity. ( See link below).

http://www.navigate-inc.co.jp/term/term-ka.html

In looking at the following link (as far as I can see) the experience curve effect refers to the same thing ( the ratio and not the curve itself).

http://www.valuebasedmanagement.net/methods_experience_curve...

 Yo MizunoJapanLocal time: 02:28Native speaker of: English, Japanese

agree  wallacs2: or learning curve
 15 hrs

11 hrs   confidence:
Rate of improvement

Explanation:
Since it talks about grading on a scale, "rate" is the term for ritsu and "improvement" seems to me to be "economically" fitting in this case, especially talking about sales. I hope it helps...

 fabio_tornLocal time: 17:28Works in fieldNative speaker of: Italian

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