This is the list of accepted papers both in the regular call and in the additional call for position statements. The accepted papers were published and are available online in the CEUR Workshop Proceedings.
- Clement Jonquet, Vincent Emonet and Mark Musen. Roadmap for a multilingual BioPortal
- Julia Bosque-Gil, Jorge Gracia, Guadalupe Aguado-De-Cea and Elena Montiel-Ponsoda. Applying the OntoLex Model to a Multilingual Terminological Resource
- John P. McCrae, Penny Labropoulou, Jorge Gracia, Marta Villegas, Victor Rodriguez Doncel and Philipp Cimiano. One ontology to bind them all: The META-SHARE OWL ontology for the interoperability of linguistic datasets on the Web
- Thierry Declerck, Eveline Wandl-Vogt, Simon Krek and Carole Tiberius. Towards Multilingual eLexicography by Means of Linked (Open) Data
- Felix Sasaki, Tatiana Gornostay, Milan Dojchinovski, Michele Osella, Erik Mannens, Giannis Stoitsis, Phil Ritchie, Thierry Declerck, Kevin Koidl. Introducing FREME: Deploying Linguistic Linked Data