ASPLOS Most Influential Paper Award 2018

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The ASPLOS Most Influential Paper Award recognizes a historical ASPLOS paper that has had major influence on the field. The Program Committee nominates highly influential papers from any ASPLOS conference that occurred ten or more conferences ago, with the final selection being made by the ASPLOS Steering Committee.

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The ASPLOS Most Influential Paper Award for 2018 goes to

John Kubiatowicz,
David Bindel,
Yan Chen,
Steven Czerwinski,
Patrick Eaton,
Dennis Geels,
Ramakrishna Gummadi,
Sean Rhea,
Hakim Weatherspoon,
Chris Wells,
and Ben Zhao.

For their ASPLOS 2000 paper:

OceanStore: an architecture for global-scale persistent storage.

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