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Pub. period:2000-2004
Pub. count:4
Number of co-authors:6


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Tapio Niemi's 3 most productive colleagues in number of publications:

Roope Raisamo:53
John White:5
Marko Niinimki:3

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Heikkurinen, Matti, Niemi, Tapio, Niinimki, Marko and Sivunen, Vesa (2004): A Framework for On-Demand Integration of Enterprise Data Sources. In: ICEIS 2004 2004. pp. 604-608.

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Pitkanen, Mikko, Niinimki, Marko, White, John and Niemi, Tapio (2004): Virtual Organizations and Database Access - A Case Study. In: ICEIS 2004 2004. pp. 514-517.

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Niemi, Tapio, Niinimki, Marko and Sivunen, Vesa (2003): Integrating Distributed Heterogenous Databases and Distributed Grid Computing. In: ICEIS 2003 2003. pp. 96-103.

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Raisamo, Roope and Niemi, Tapio (2000): Interactive Layout Techniques for Conceptual Schema Editors. In: Proceedings of the First Nordic Conference on Human-Computer Interaction 2000. .

Automatic layout algorithms of graphs are a widely studied topic. A good survey for the literature of the area was presented by Di Battista et al. (1994). In principle, the automatic methods can work well and produce clear and beautiful schemas. However, they cannot take into account semantic information in the schema - at least it would be very difficult.

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