Below is a list of the short papers accepted at NLDB 2017. Note that they are sorted according to their titles.



A Feature Based Simple Machine Learning Approach with Word Embeddings to
Named Entity Recognition on Tweets
Mete Taspinar, Murat Can Ganiz and Tankut Acarman
A Morphological Approach for Measuring Pair­wise Semantic Similarity of
Sanskrit Sentences
Vaishakh K, Mounica Sanapala, Akshay C D and Sowmya Kamath S
A Pseudoword Evaluation Framework for Graph­based Word Sense Induction Flavio Massimiliano Cecchini, Chris Biemann and Martin Riedl
A Study on Flexibility in Natural Language Generation through a Statistical
Approach to Story Generation
Marta Vicente, Cristina Barros and Elena Lloret
AL­TERp: Extended Metric for Machine Translation Evaluation of Arabic El Marouani Mohamed, Boudaa Tarik and Enneya Nourddine
Approach for defining the Author Reputation of comments on products using
Artificial Neural Networks
Carlos Sá and Raimundo Moura
Building TALAA­ AFAQ, a Corpus of Arabic FActoid Question­answers for a
Question Answering System
Asma Aouichat and Ahmed Guessoum
Challenges and Solutions with Alignment and Enrichment of Word
Embedding Models
Cem Safak Sahin, Rajmonda Caceres, Brandon Oselio and William Campbell
Deep Learning in the Analysis of Drug Related Posts Liliya Akhtyamova, Andrey Ignatov and John Cardiff
Does Optical Character Recognition and Caption Generation Improve Emotion
Detection in Microblog Posts?
Roman Klinger
Does the strength of sentiment matter? A regression based approach
on Turkish social media
Ali Mert Ertugrul, Itir Onal and Cengiz Acarturk
Extracting Causal Relations among Complex Events in Natural Science Literature Biswanath Barik, Erwin Marsi and Pinar Øzturk
Feature Selection and Class­Weight tuning using Genetic Algorithm for Bio­molecular
Event Extraction
Amit Majumder, Asif Ekbal and Sudip Kumar Naskar.
Identification of Right Wing Extremist Content in German Twitter Profiles Matthias Hartung, Roman Klinger, Franziska Schmidtke and Lars Vogel
Legalbot: a Deep Learning Based Conversational Agent in the Legal Domain Kolawole John Adebayo, Luigi di Caro, Guido Boella and Livio Robaldo
Named Entity Recognition in Turkish: Approaches and Issues Doğan Küçük, Nursal Arıcı and Dilek Küçük
Quality of Word Embeddings on Sentiment Analysis Tasks Erion Çano and Maurizio Morisio
TEKNO: Preparing Legacy Technical Documents for Semantic Information Systems Sebastian Furth, Maximilian Schirm, Volker Belli and Joachim Baumeister
Twitter user profiling model based on temporal analysis of hashtags and social interactions Abir Gorrab, Ferihane Kboubi, Ali Jaffal, Bénédicte Le Grand and Henda Ben Ghezala
Word­Level Identification of Romanized Tunisian Dialect Chaima Aridhi, Hadhémi Achour, Emna Souissi and Jihene Younes