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Fuzzy based Quantitative Evaluation of Architectures using Architectural Knowledge

@inproceedings{Dhaya2012FuzzyBQ,
  title={Fuzzy based Quantitative Evaluation of Architectures using Architectural Knowledge},
  author={C. Dhaya and G. Zayaraz},
  year={2012}
}
Software architecture is a standard and essential part of system development. The knowledge produced and consumed during this process needs to be shared and reused among different stakeholders. Therefore, software architecture knowledge (AK) needs to be managed for improving the architectural capabilities. ADUAK (Architectural Development using Architectural Knowledge) model has been developed to support a framework for capturing and using architectural knowledge to improve the architecture… 

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