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Nowadays, systems-on-chip have reached a level where nonrecurring engineering costs have become a great challenge due to the increase of design complexity and postfabrication errors. Embedded field programmable gate arrays (eFPGAs) represent a viable alternative to overcome these issues since they provide postmanufacturing flexibility that can reduce the number of chip redesigns and amortize chip fabrication cost. In this paper, we present an overview on eFPGAs and their architectures, computerdoi:10.3906/elk-1901-193 fatcat:kimby27rrbfyte4t2bh3lqtg3q