C+8 is able to simultaneously power thousands of centralized applications ranging from high-powered analytics systems to business services, online consumer software, and games. All processes take place with zero human interference, ensuring that there is no human bias in C+8’s data interpretation and analytics results.
The QRM and C+8 Data Model are based on the Quantum Relations Principle and Data Fusion Object (DFO) methodology.
The Quantum Relations Principle (QRP) is a transdisciplinary epistemological approach based on the philosophy of process, theory of relativity, quantum mechanics, system theory and cognitive and social science. Within this context, QRP enables the study of both physical and mental phenomena under the assumption that there is an underlying unity of all phenomena.
Prisma Analytics founder Hardy F. Schloer published this principle in 1990, as he realized that classical methods of deciphering meaning and extracting knowledge were becoming obsolete in the dawn of the 21st century’s digital age.
Schloer wrote the Quantum Relations Principle to provide an alternative to fragmented, one dimensional, linear ways of thinking and organizing information. Since the theory's conception, Schloer has been working steadily to apply his principle with the help of advanced technology, with the intention to replace antiquated forms of thinking with a new digitized system, rooted in a holistic associative information ecology.
QRP and the resulting Quantum Relations Machine that was developed at Prisma Analytics provide a crucial paradigm shift in our capacity to understand the nature of our multidimensional universe and information overloaded world. Centered around the Data Fusion Object (DFO) it offers a dynamic reality model, which when applied to the behavior of entities, identifies and measures the interactions of mutual causality and yields accurate assumptions of how they may behave and affect each other in the future (their Causality).