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This year we received 29 submissions, out of which 16 were accepted for presentation: 13 as regular papers and three as interactive presentations (resulting in an overall acceptance rate of 55%). Compared to previous BSNLP workshops, this year we have a mixed balance of papers on enabling technologies and higher-level tasks, such as information extraction, sentiment analysis and text classification. This shows the ongoing trend towards building user-oriented applications for Balto-Slavicdoi:10.5167/uzh-127250 fatcat:tuiafgzehzhtfhtf53sz3wafqa