Accepted papers

  • SynSemClass Linked Lexicon: Mapping synonymy between languages. Zdenka Uresova, Eva Fucikova, Eva Hajicova and Jan Hajic
  • An automatically generated Danish Renaissance Dictionary. Mette-Marie Møller Svendsen, Nicolai Hartvig Sørensen and Thomas Troelsgård
  • Design and development of an adaptive web application for OLIVATERM. Mercedes Roldán Vendrell
  • Representing etymology in the LiLa knowledge base of linguistic resources for Latin. Francesco Mambrini and Marco Passarott
  • Pinchah Kristang: A dictionary of Kristang. Luís Morgado da Costa
  • Linking the Open Dutch Wordnet with Dutch lexicographic resources. Thierry Declerck
  • Building a domain-specific bilingual lexicon resource with Sketch Engine and Lexonomy: Taking ownership of the issues. Zaida Bartolomé-Díaz and Francesca Frontini
  • Towards a Swedish Roget-style thesaurus for NLP. Niklas Zechner and Lars Borin
  • Widening the discussion on ‘False Friends’ in multilingual dictionaries and linked lexicographic resources. Hugo Gonçalo Oliveira and Ana Luís
  • Building sense representations in Danish by combining word embeddings with lexical resources. Ida Rørmann Olsen, Bolette Pedersen and Asad Sayeed
  • Modelling frequency and attestations for OntoLex-Lemon. Christian Chiarcos, Maxim Ionov, Jesse de Does, Katrien Depuydt, Anas Fahad Khan, Sander Stolk, Thierry Declerck and John Philip McCrae