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Recent advances in the development of optical interconnect technologies suggest the possible emergence of optical interconnects within distributed shared memory (DSM) machines in the near future. Moreover, current developments in wavelength tunable devices could soon allow for the fabrication of low-cost, adaptable interconnection networks with varying switching times. It is the objective of this paper to investigate whether such reconfigurable networks can boost the performance of the DSMdoi:10.1109/jstqe.2006.876158 fatcat:ukwrp6o475c4pmrv6hki6txhli