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In software engineering, Active Reviews for Intermediate Designs (ARID) is a method to evaluate software architectures, especially on an intermediate level, i.e. for non-finished architectures. It combines aspects from scenario-based design review techniques, such as the architecture tradeoff analysis method (ATAM) and the software architecture analysis method (SAAM), as well as active design reviews (ADR).[1]

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  1. Clements, Paul; Kazman, Rick; Klein, Mark (2002). Evaluating Software Architecture: Methods and Case Studies. Boston: Addison Wesley Professional. pp. 241-242. ISBN 0-201-70482-X. 

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