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Setton (1999) had two additional subjects interpret from playbacks in a simulated panel session in which actors also delivered other speeches transcribed from the event. Not all interpreting conditions, even everyday ones, are recommended for exploratory study. While SI of fast recited speeches without access to the prepared text is now a legitimate object of research — and subjects’ performance can be compared for recited vs. ) — ‘ SI with text’ involves reading, which complicates the psycholinguistic process model.
The purpose of the last category is to give an impressionistic evaluation, not a description, of the IT immediately after it has been performed. 1. Reformulation — this category points to the ability to move away from the text, avoiding calques or excessive adherence to ST constructions, but also the ability to postpone text segments or change the sequence of information units. Depending on the text type, it can be applied to a greater or lesser extent. While technical texts require little reformulation, it is more important in narrative texts.
The descriptive criteria are both quantitative and qualitative, to show whether the changes are: strategic and useful for the global economy of the performance, preserving or enhancing text coherence; imperceptible, and therefore negligible; or disturbing and liable to alter the sense. 1. Changes — substitution of elements, synthesis or paraphrase of text segments. Quantitative description: none, few, many; qualitative description: strategic, negligible, disturbing. 2. Omissions — diﬀerent kinds of omissions may be detected (omission of redundant elements, reformulation with loss of information, omission of information units).