In the last years, aside from fine-grained reconfigurable architectures such as FPGAs, coarse-grained reconfigurable architectures (CGRAs), which typically have building blocks of a fixed bit-width (8 bit, 16 bit, etc.), have gained in importance in academia as well as in industry. CGRAs are usually used for domain-specific computations and have advantages over traditional FPGAs in terms of area and power cost, performance, and reconfiguration time. Thus, architectures with coarse-grained reconfiguration features have also been studied in projects (Sec. 1, 2, 4) within the priority program Reconfigurable Computing Systems and the project CoMap (Sec. 3), which are all sponsored by the German science foundation.