Michael Ralph Stonebraker

Ph.D. University of Michigan 1971 UnitedStates
Dissertation: The Reduction of Large Scale Markov Models for Random Chains
Mathematics Subject Classification: 60—Probability theory and stochastic processes

Advisor: Arch Waugh Naylor

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Duchin, FayeUniversity of California, Berkeley19734
Held, GeraldUniversity of California, Berkeley1975
McDonald, NancyUniversity of California, Berkeley1975
Pecherer, RobertUniversity of California, Berkeley1975
Hawthorn, PaulaUniversity of California, Berkeley1979
Ries, DanielUniversity of California, Berkeley1979
Epstein, RobertUniversity of California, Berkeley1982
Skeen, DaleUniversity of California, Berkeley1982
Carey, MichaelUniversity of California, Berkeley198357
Guttman, AntoninUniversity of California, Berkeley1984
McCord, RobertUniversity of California, Berkeley1985
Murphy, MargueriteUniversity of California, Berkeley1985
Sellis, TimosUniversity of California, Berkeley198616
Butler, MargaretUniversity of California, Berkeley1987
Hanson, EricUniversity of California, Berkeley19875
Lynch, CliffordUniversity of California, Berkeley19871
Rubenstein, WilliamUniversity of California, Berkeley1987
Bhide, AnupamUniversity of California, Berkeley1988
Jhingran, AnantUniversity of California, Berkeley1990
Kolovson, CurtisUniversity of California, Berkeley1990
Potamianos, SpyridonUniversity of California, Berkeley1991
Hong, WeiUniversity of California, Berkeley1992
Seltzer, MargoUniversity of California, Berkeley199215
Sullivan, MarkUniversity of California, Berkeley1992
Olken, FrankUniversity of California, Berkeley1993
Hellerstein, JosephUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison199558
Sarawagi, SunitaUniversity of California, Berkeley19963
Sidell, JeffreyUniversity of California, Berkeley1997
Woodruff, AllisonUniversity of California, Berkeley1998
Aoki, PaulUniversity of California, Berkeley1999
Battle, LeilaniMassachusetts Institute of Technology20171

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