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As software systems become larger and more decentralized, increasingly cross organizational boundaries and continue to change, traditional structural and prescriptive software architectures are becoming more rule-centric for better accommodating changes and regulating distributed design and development processes. This is particularly true for Ultra-Large-Scale (ULS) systems and industry-wide reference architectures. However, existing architecture design and evaluation processes have mainly beendoi:10.1007/978-3-540-79588-9_11 dblp:conf/ispw/ZhuSJ08 fatcat:e6dzegswn5bodnywjq3wrd7e7u