La calidad en la traducción por medio de herramientas TAO y CohLitheSP

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Nicolás Montalbán Martínez

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Siempre ha habido profundas discusiones sobre el papel desempeñado por la traducción automática y la traducción humana en procesos de calidad de traducción. ¿Cuál es mejor? O, ¿deben usarse combinadas para obtener una traducción de calidad? El presente trabajo responde a estas cuestiones por medio del cálculo de varias métricas de evaluación para estudiar la calidad que ofrece la traducción automática comparada con la traducción humana. Además, se introduce una herramienta novedosa (CohLitheSP), basada en en la comparación de un texto de referencia con el texto traducido por humanos, con índices que incluyen Narratividad, Lecturabilidad, Cohesión Referencial, Cohesión Profunda y Concreción,. Toda esta tecnología se ha aplicado en un T. F. G. sobre traducción turística, de un alumno que han acabado el grado de Traducción e Interpretación, no habiendo utilizado nunca estas herramientas previamente.

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Montalbán Martínez, N. (2021). La calidad en la traducción por medio de herramientas TAO y CohLitheSP. VERBEIA. Revista De Estudios Filológicos. Journal of English and Spanish Studies, 7(6), 8-35. https://doi.org/10.57087/Verbeia.2021.4341
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