NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - Mar 18, 2015) -  Basem Nayfeh, Chief Technology Officer of AudienceScience, a global advertising technology and services company, has been selected as winner of the Architectural Support for Programming Languages and Operating Systems (ASPLOS) Most Influential Paper Award. The award recognizes a historical ASPLOS paper that has had major influence on the field and was published at an ASPLOS conference 10 or more years ago. The award was presented today at ASPLOS 2015 in Istanbul, Turkey.

Nayfeh won for his paper, "The Case for a Single-Chip Multiprocessor," which was co-authored by Kunle Olukotun, Lance Hammond, Ken Wilson, and Kunyung Chang. Nayfeh, Hammond, Wilson, and Chang were graduate students in Professor Olukotun's research group at Stanford University at the time of the paper's publication in 1996.

The paper presents a case for putting multiple copies of a microprocessor onto a single microchip, which has become the standard for the computing industry. This advancement has directly affected the advertising technology industry, creating the processing power that makes real-time bidding's complex auctions and ad serving possible.

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