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The major characteristics of Open Systems are selfadaptation and self-organization. This paper exposes the potential usage of theories from this research field applied to the design of software. We adapt principles from General System Theory (GST), Cybernetics and Information Theory as an approach to the design of stable, adaptable and extensible software architectures.doi:10.1109/icac.2005.19 dblp:conf/icac/StoyanovWR05 fatcat:caxtjzcd4fcullnjgqexnxsw4a