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A embedded function. Input into the g function with the output from the f function.

" Reality is that which exists outside of your beliefs. "

Input-output-algorithm is an OBSOLETE subroutine used in "fuzzy logic" and Boolean systems (antiques by any definition).  FL/B IO's are IDE's and ALQ's used in photo processing and certain astronmical photo operations: one can clarify the "square pixel" images created by CCD's by shifting the focus a minute of angle in a figure-8 pattern several times.

The camera may appear motionless but using gyro precession we can shift the camera just enough to resolve fine details in what may appear only a blur.

Nikon-Kodak devised a more efficient method of resolving images, however the details are still proprietary. 

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