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> I am wondering if there is any point in biasing page addresses in between
> processes so that processes are less likely to have a cache conflict.
> i.e. process 1 address 0 %16K == 0, process 2 address 0 %16K == 4K

All good page coloring implementation do exactly that. The starting
index into the page buckets is based on process id.
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