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AbstractÐWhile hardware-coherent scalable shared-memory multiprocessors are relatively easy to program, they still require substantial programming effort to deliver high performance. Specifically, to minimize remote accesses, data must be carefully laid out in memory for locality and application working sets carefully tuned for caches. It has been claimed that this programming effort is less necessary in hardware COMA machines like Flat-COMA thanks to automatic line-based data migration.doi:10.1109/12.752667 fatcat:wb25cqjjqjbajieqy37rdejjwy