As artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms requiring high accuracy become exceedingly more complex and Edge/IoT generated data becomes increasingly bigger, flexible reconfigurable processing is crucial in the design of efficient smart edge systems requiring low power and is introduced in this paper. In AI, analytics algorithms are typically used to analyze speech, audio, image video data, etc. In current cross-level system design methodology different algorithmic realizations are analyzed in the form of dataflow graphs (DFG) to further increase efficiency and flexibility in constituting 'analytics architecture'. Having information on both algorithmic behavior and architectural information including software and hardware, the DFG so introduced provides a mathematical representation which, as opposed to traditional linear difference equations, better models the underlying computational platform for systematic analysis thus providing flexible and efficient management of the computational and storage resources. In our analytics architecture work, parallel and reconfigurable computing are formulated via DFG which are analogous to the analysis and synthesis equations of the well-known Fourier transform pair. In parallel computing, a connected component is eigen-decomposed to unconnected components for concurrent processing. For computation resource saving, commonalities in DFGs are analyzed for reuse when synthesizing or reconfiguring the edge platform. In this paper, we specifically introduce lightweight edge upon which algorithmic convolution for Convolution Neural Network are eigen-transformed to matrix operations with higher symmetry which facilitates fewer operations, lower data transfer rate and storage anticipating lower power when synthesizing or reconfiguring the eigenvectors.