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Early reconfigurable computers were built with FPGAs loosely coupled to a host processor. The current generation of research processors uses a tighter coupling and integrates processor core and reconfigurable units on a system-on-chip. The design of such a hybrid reconfigurable processor entails a multitude of design parameters and asks for a methodical design approach. In this paper, we outline a method for the application-driven design of hybrid reconfigurable processors. Design decisions aredoi:10.3929/ethz-a-004704219 fatcat:ywwveho6orcerdc25ehu5wsb6m