Since Google Scholar started tracking researcher h-index scores directly I have stopped keeping track of my h-index here. Instead please visit my Google Scholar page here>.
When I last tracked it manually, 10th Jan 2010, my H-Index was 13 and my G-Index was 21 according to Google Scholar. Here is the list of my 16 highest cited papers, each of which has at least 13 citations, at that time:
61: S. J. Delany, P. Cunningham, A. Tsymbal, and L. Coyle. A Case-Based Technique for Tracking Concept Drift in Spam Filtering. Knowledge-Based Systems, 18(4–5):187–195, 2005.
53: S. J. Delany, P. Cunningham, and L. Coyle. An Assessment of Case-Based Reasoning for Spam Filtering. Artificial Intelligence Review, 24(3–4):359–378, 2005.
39: J. Ye, L. Coyle, S. Dobson, and P. Nixon. Ontology-based Models in Pervasive Computing Systems. Knowledge Engineering Review 22(04), pp315-347, 2008.
35: L. Coyle, D. Doyle, and P. Cunningham. Representing Similarity for CBR in XML. In Procs. Advances in Case-Based Reasoning, 7th European Conference, ECCBR 2004 Madrid, Spain, pages 119–127. Springer, 2004.
29: L. Coyle and P. Cunningham. Improving Recommendation Ranking by Learning Personal Feature Weights. In Procs. Advances in Case-Based Reasoning, 7th European Conference, ECCBR 2004 Madrid, Proceedings, pages 560–572. Springer, 2004.
26: L. Coyle, C. Hayes, and P. Cunningham. Representing Cases for CBR in XML. Expert Update, 6(2):7–13, 2003.
24: J. Ye, L. Coyle, S. Dobson, and P. Nixon (2007). A Unified Semantics Space Model, in J. Hightower, B. Schiele, T. Strang (eds.), Location- and Context-Awareness, Third International Symposium, LoCA 2007, Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany, 2007. Proceedings. Pages 103-120
20: J. Ye, S. McKeever, L. Coyle, S. Neely, and S. Dobson (2008). Resolving Uncertainty in Context Integration and Abstraction. ICPS 2008: Proceedings of the International Conference on Pervasive Services, ACM, June 2008.
17: L. Coyle, S. Neely, G. Rey, G. Stevenson, M. Sullivan, S. Dobson, and P. Nixon. Sensor Fusion-Based Middleware for Assisted Living. In Procs. of the 4th International Conference on Smart Homes and Health Telematics (ICOST2006). Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK, pages 281–288, 2006
17: A. K. Clear, S. Knox, J. Ye, L. Coyle, S. Dobson, and P. Nixon. Integrating Multiple Contexts and Ontologies in a Pervasive Computing Framework. In Contexts and Ontologies: Theory, Practice and Applications, Riva Del Garda, Italy, August 2006. Pages 20-25.
17: S. Dobson, L. Coyle, and P. Nixon. Hybridising Events and Knowledge as a Basis for Building Autonomic Systems. TCAAS Letters 2006
14: G. Stevenson, L. Coyle, S. Neely, S. Dobson, and P. Nixon. Construct - a Decentralised Context Infrastructure for Ubiquitous Computing Environments. In IT&T Annual Conference, Cork Institute of Technology, Ireland, 2005.
14: K. McCarthy, M. Salamó, L. Coyle, L. McGinty, B. Smyth, and P. Nixon. Group Recommender Systems: A Critiquing Based Approach. In Ernest A. Edmonds, Doug Riecken, Cécile Paris, and Candace L. Sidner, editors, Intelligent User Interfaces, pages 267–269. ACM Press, 2006.
13: L. Coyle, P. Cunningham, and C. Hayes. A Case-Based Personal Travel Assistant for Elaborating User Requirements and Assessing Offers. In Procs. Advances in Case-Based Reasoning, 6th European Conference, ECCBR 2002 Aberdeen, Scotland, UK, pages 505–518. Springer, 2002.
13: J. Ye, L. Coyle, S. Dobson, and P. Nixon (2008) Representing and Manipulating Situation Hierarchies using Situation Lattices. Revue d'Intelligence Artificielle, 22(5), pp. 647-667, 2008
13: L. Coyle, J. Ye, E. Loureiro, S. Knox, S. Dobson, and P. Nixon (2007). A Proposed Approach to Evaluate the Accuracy of Tag-based Location Systems. In USE 07: Workshop on Ubiquitous Systems Evaluation, Innsbruck, Austria, 2007. UbiComp 2007 Workshop Proceedings. Pages 292-296.
The link behind the number gives the number's source. Due to fluctuations in the way Google Scholar arranges documents these numbers may vary slightly. For the record, my next highest cited papers are:
12: L. Coyle, S. Neely, G. Stevenson, M. Sullivan, S. Dobson, and P. Nixon. (2007) Sensor Fusion-Based Middleware for Smart Homes. International Journal of Assistive Robotics and Mechatronics (IJARM), 8(2), pp53-60, 2007
11: D. Doyle, J. Loughrey, C. Nugent, L. Coyle, and P. Cunningham. Fionn: A Framework for Developing CBR Systems. Expert Update, 8(1):11–14, 2005.
10: J. Ye, L. Coyle, S. Dobson, and P. Nixon, Using Situation Lattices in Sensor Analysis, Proceedings of the seventh international conference on pervasive computing and communications (PerCom 2009), Texas, USA
9: L. Coyle and P. Cunningham. Exploiting Re-ranking Information in a Case-Based Personal Travel Assistant. In Procs. Workshop in Mixed-Initiative Case-Based Reasoning, at the 5th International Conference on Case-Based Reasoning, pages 11–20, 2003.
8: L. Coyle, S. Neely, P. Nixon, and A. Quigley. Sensor Aggregation and Integration in Healthcare Location Based Services. In Procs. of First Workshop on Location Based Services for Health Care (LOCARE06), 2006.
8: G. Williamson, G. Stevenson, S. Neely, L. Coyle, and P. Nixon. Scalable information dissemination for pervasive systems: implementation and evaluation. In Procs. ofof the 4th international workshop on Middleware for Pervasive and Ad-Hoc Computing (MPAC 2006)
8: K. McCarthy, M. Salamó, L. Coyle, L. McGinty, B. Smyth, and P. Nixon. CATS: A synchronous approach to collaborative group recommendation. In Procs. of the Nineteenth International Florida Artificial Intelligence Research Society Conference, Melbourne Beach, FL