How would you characterize the difference between Bill Inmon's philosophy on data warehousing and Richard Kimball's?

How would you characterize the difference between Bill Inmon's philosophy on data warehousing and Richard Kimball's? As a new student to the subject, should I focus more on one philosophy over the other? And finally, who is the real father of data warehousing? I believe they both make the claim.

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