In a context of document co-clustering, we define a new similarity measure which iteratively computes similarity while combining fuzzy sets in a three-partite graph. The fuzzy triadic similarity (FT-Sim) model can deal with uncertainty offers by the fuzzy sets. Moreover, with the development of the Web and the high availability of storage spaces, more and more documents become accessible. Documents can be provided from multiple sites and make similarity computation an expensive processing. This problem motivated us to use parallel computing. In this paper, we introduce parallel architectures which are able to treat large and multi-source data sets by a sequential, a merging or a splitting-based process. Then, we proceed to a local and a central (or global) computing using the basic FT-Sim measure. The idea behind these architectures is to reduce both time and space complexities thanks to parallel computation.