Eugene Wong

Eugene Wong (born December 24, 1934 in Nanking, China ) is a Chinese-American computer scientist and mathematician.wikipedia
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Michael Stonebraker

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He, Michael Stonebraker, "as well as a team of scientists at I.B.M." In 1973, Michael Stonebraker and his colleague Eugene Wong, having read Edgar F. Codd's work regarding the relational data model, began their own research into the topic.
In 1973, Stonebraker and his colleague Eugene Wong started researching relational database systems after reading a series of seminal papers published by Edgar F. Codd on the relational data model.

Ingres (database)

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When "The Design and Implementation of INGRES" (INteractive Graphics and REtrieval System) was published in 1976,
Two scientists at Berkeley, Michael Stonebraker and Eugene Wong, became interested in the concept after reading the papers, and started a relational database research project of their own.

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

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The IEEE, as part of an award citation, wrote: "Dr. Eugene Wong is known for the extraordinary breadth of his accomplishments... for leadership in national and international engineering research and technology policy, for pioneering contributions in relational databases."

Edgar F. Codd

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In 1973, Michael Stonebraker and his colleague Eugene Wong, having read Edgar F. Codd's work regarding the relational data model, began their own research into the topic.

Relational model

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In 1973, Michael Stonebraker and his colleague Eugene Wong, having read Edgar F. Codd's work regarding the relational data model, began their own research into the topic.

Princeton University

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After graduating from Forest Hills High School with highest Honors, Wong enrolled at Princeton University where he received his B.S. (1955), Master's (1958) and PhD (1959) in Electrical Engineering.

University of Cambridge

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He was a post-doctoral student at the University of Cambridge until 1960 and from 1960 to 1962 a researcher at IBM's Thomas J. Watson Research Center.

Thomas J. Watson Research Center

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He was a post-doctoral student at the University of Cambridge until 1960 and from 1960 to 1962 a researcher at IBM's Thomas J. Watson Research Center.

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John B. Thomas

He was the adviser of numerous outstanding scientists including Vincent Poor, Jack Wolf, Abraham H. Haddad, Dag Tjøstheim, Hisashi Kobayashi, and Eugene Wong.