In this code segment, the objective is to have the impact of a single input to be amplified when controlling an output. In this design, we could have just used the "INPUT" position and the "Multiplier" position, since the "AMPLIFIED OUTPUT" is just showing a copy of the Modified Value of the "Multiplier".
In this case, a single Supporting Argument is driving the INPUT position. Thus, as the Supporting Argument goes from 0 to 100, the Modified Value of the INPUT position will also go from 0 to 100 on a 1 for 1 increment basis.
In this design, we are taking the Modified Value from the INPUT position and driving it 4 times into the "Multiplier" through four separate Supporting Argument drivers.
To understand the impact of this control, one must be familiar with how KEEL accumulates inputs. (See the Concepts section of the User's Manual.)
Observe the impact on the "Multiplier" as the Supporting Argument driver to the INPUT position is incremented. This approach provides a mechanism to "front load" the output.