PIR (Premier Information Retrieval®) is a multi-faceted software application that is currently being developed as a means of having a "multiple purpose" and being multi-functional.
Originally, it was in the process of being designed and developed by research scientist, Desmond J. Watson, as an algorithm that would search for "hidden data" outside of normalized search parameters and would "penetrate" data points with the larger of the data points being the first to be penetrated by the algorithm.
Now, the research project has scaled to the point that the purpose of PIR has been re-defined. PIR now serves the purpose of detecting probable causes of certain immuno-responses, i.e., allergies, by utilization of biometric sequences mapped to principal component analyses (PCAs) that will minimize averaged squared projection errors, permitting more singular results assigned to individuals.
This project is not "big data" oriented.