Asymptotic Design Overview
Qaaba has three distinct differences that seperates it from the modern application design.
The first distinct difference is that Qaaba is among the first information systems to be constructed from a virtual model.
Asymptotic analysis is pure mathematics which is the core mechanization behind Quantum Modeling as the methodology to describe limiting behavior.
Quantum Modeling is a virtual continuum realized by asymptotic geometry and transfinite math and is best understood as the convergence of the asymptotic tetracomb and asymptotic tesseractic number sets.
The second distinct difference is modern systems are comprised of two parts - executable code and database.
Qaaba has a three part architecture - the ARDF, Engine, and Containers.
A change in one does not demand an update in the other.
Change and the ability to implement change is but one important component to surviving a responsive competitive edge in this millennium.
Systems must disseminate content, forward and backward, without structured processes.