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With the end of both Dennard's scaling and Moore's law, computer users and researchers are aggressively exploring alternative forms of compute in order to continue the performance scaling that we have come to enjoy. Among the more salient and practical of the post-Moore alternatives are reconfigurable systems, with Coarse-Grained Reconfigurable Architectures (CGRAs) seemingly capable of striking a balance between performance and programmability. In this paper, we survey the landscape of CGRAs.arXiv:2004.04509v1 fatcat:sxnq32chxjf6hfc5ygjsxqjwl4