Estonian and Latvian Computer Scientists - Ordered by Citations

Estonian and Latvian Computer Scientists - Ordered by Citations

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Disclaimer 2. Do not take those numbers too seriously without actually studying how Google collects the citations. Moreover, bear in mind that citations differ significantly in subfields of computer science, with practical areas getting a bulk of the citations. Also, for some of the authors, a majority of citations comes from authored textbooks, or even worse, from self-citations. Thus, be careful.

Note: "cites per #authors" divides the number of citations each paper has got by the number of authors it has. This increases fairness in interdisciplinary comparisons (e.g., papers in biology have 20+ coauthors and thousands of citations, papers in mathematics have 1 author and tens of citations). We note that this parameter is not perfect, since Google Scholar omits some authors in their page, but the same is also true in say the "Publish and Perish" program.

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Greyed out persons do only partially belong to this table (for various reasons), or they have namesakes that contribute to majority of their citations.
NameInstitutionCites per #authorsCitesH-IndexGoogle citationsBirthdayThesis
1.Yangjia LiUT.ATI32 ( 28%)11260
2.Erkki LuukUT.ATI80 ( 78%)1025102
3.Piret LuikUT.ATI224 ( 43%)52311711
4.Peep KngasUT.ATI393 ( 42%)937131069Ca. 1978Distributed Agent-Based Web Service Selection, Composition and Analysis through Partial Deduction (Norway.NTNU, 2006)
5.Sven LaurUT.ATI712 ( 34%)2123170xx.03.1979Cryptographic Protocol Design (Finland.Aalto, 2008)
6.Härmel NestraUT.ATI30 ( 91%)3340xx.03.1974
7.Kaili MüürisepUT.ATI96 ( 48%)2009260
Ulrich NorbisrathUT.ATI130 ( 38%)33811366
8.Fabrizio Maria MaggiUT.ATI645 ( 36%)1807240
9.Raimundas MatuleviciusUT.ATI564 ( 41%)1361181508xx.03.1976
10.Benson MuiteUT.ATI47 ( 38%)1246172
11.Siim KarusUT.ATI57 ( 51%)11150
12.Jri KihoUT.ATI10 ( 73%)132
13.Pelle JakovitsUT.ATI109 ( 37%)2948295
14.Neeme KahuskUT.ATI53 ( 36%)1486146
15.Hannu KikkasUT.ATI8 ( 25%)3210
16.Ivo KubjasUT.ATI11 (1.2e+2%)9
17.Meelis KullUT.ATI358 ( 31%)1169111172xx.02.1980
18.Kristjan KripsUT.ATI0000
19.Dirk TheisUT.ATI212 ( 36%)58811598
20.Eldho K. ThomasUT.ATI10 ( 40%)25329
21.Maarika TraatUT.ATI12 ( 41%)2930
22.Tõnu TammeUT.ATI9 ( 32%)28331
23.Satish Narayana SriramaUT.ATI670 ( 39%)1738242341xx.08.1978
Elena SügisUT.ATI6 ( 21%)272109
24.Michal ZajacUT.ATI153 (1.4e+2%)112
25.Konstantin TretyakovUT.ATI213 ( 67%)3175318
26.Raul VicenteUT.ATI1174 ( 31%)3831303438
27.Varmo VeneUT.ATI482 ( 46%)1043201042xx.??.1968Categorical Programming with Inductive and Coinductive Types (Tartu, 2000)
28.Kadri ViderUT.ATI62 ( 38%)1648166
29.Vesal VojdaniUT.ATI71 ( 39%)1848184
30.Jaak ViloUT.ATI3695 ( 29%)125664012576xx.11.1966Pattern Discovery from Biosequences (Finland.Helsinki U, 2002)
31.Eero VainikkoUT.ATI231 ( 36%)63311659Ca. 1963Robust Additive Schwarz Methods - Parallel Implementations and Applications (Bergen, 1997)
32.Eno TnissonUT.ATI76 ( 39%)1978201
33.Dominique UnruhUT.ATI1125 ( 56%)2007251920xx.03.1979Protokollkomposition und Komplexitt (Germany.Karlsruhe, 2007)
34.Vitaly SkachekUT.ATI330 ( 51%)65313649Ca. 1973
35.Kairit SirtsUT.ATI66 ( 36%)1846184
36.Rein PrankUT.ATI62 ( 59%)1056124
37.Tiina PuolakainenUT.ATI58 ( 57%)10360
38.Andriela RääbisUT.ATI68 ( 39%)17580
39.Reimo PalmUT.ATI63 ( 47%)13570
40.Dietmar PfahlUT.ATI1216 ( 38%)3175273096xx.01.1963An Integrated Approach to Simulation Based Learning in Support of Strategic and Project Management in Software Organisations (Germany.Kaiserslautern, 2001)
41.Hedi PetersonUT.ATI480 ( 26%)1844141838
42.Balaji RajashekarUT.ATI357 ( 25%)1441141472
43.Sherif SakrUT.ATI1227 ( 42%)2941293192
44.Janno SiimUT.ATI11 ( 49%)22322
45.Mario Ezequiel ScottUT.ATI000
46.Vootele RõtovUT.ATI3 ( 25%)1110
47.Helger LipmaaUT.ATI2169 ( 56%)3904303901xx.04.1972Secure and Efficient Time-Stamping Systems (U. of Tartu, 1999)
48.Karim BagheryUT.ATI35 ( 33%)1047104
49.Oleg BatrashevUT.ATI43 ( 34%)12940
50.Kalmer ApinisUT.ATI24 ( 32%)76576
51.Jaan AruUT.ATI293 ( 28%)1032141043
52.Irina BocharovaUT.ATI339 ( 42%)806150
53.Priit AdlerUT.ATI292 ( 27%)1092111092
54.Behzad AbdolmalekiUT.ATI37 ( 34%)1097109
55.Marlon DumasUT.ATI8726 ( 34%)258287025927xx.08.1975TEMPOS%3a A Platform for Developing Temporal Applications on Top of Object DBMS (Grenoble, 2000)
56.Amnir HadachiUT.ATI17 ( 37%)45345
57.Sten IlmjrvUT.ATI57 ( 28%)20260
58.Ain IsotammUT.ATI7 ( 33%)2110
59.Ibrahim GomaaUT.ATI273 (1.0e+3%)27
60.Radwa El ShawiUT.ATI19 ( 27%)7240
61.Ehsan EbrahimiUT.ATI52 ( 37%)1397130
Mark FishelUT.ATI880 (1.8e+2%)487