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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
As an alternative to message passing, Rochester's InterWeave system allows the programmer to map shared segments into programs spread across heterogeneous, distributed machines. InterWeave represents a merger and extension of our previous Cashmere and InterAct projects, combining hardware coherence within small multiprocessors, Cashmere-style lazy release consistency within tightly coupled clusters, and InterAct-style version-based consistency for distributed shared segments. In InterWeave,doi:10.1007/3-540-40889-4_16 fatcat:5aa2v2kdtnan5cobnx2j6cdygm