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The 1981 ACM Turing Award Lecture

@inproceedings{2001The1A,
  title={The 1981 ACM Turing Award Lecture},
  author={},
  year={2001}
}
  • Published 2001
  • The 1981 A(2M Turing Award was presented to Edgar F. Codd, an IBM Fellow of the San Jose Research Laboratory, by President Peter Denning on November 9, 1981 at the A(2M Annual Conference in Los Angeles, California. It is the Association's foremost award for technical contributions to the computing community. (2odd was selected by the A(2M General Technical Achievement Award (2ommittee for his "fundamental and continuing contributions to the theory and practice of database management systems… CONTINUE READING

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