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Meaning of ARCHITECTURE

Pronunciation:  'ârki`tekchur

 
Matching Terms:  architectural, architectural engineering, architectural ornament, architectural plan, architectural style, architecturally, architecture neutral distribution format

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Design, the way components fit together. The term is used particularly of processors, both individual and in general. "The arm has a really clean architecture". It may also be used of any complex system, e.g. "software architecture", "network architecture".

 
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