Fifteen modules in the MAS provide unique functions to support wider applications. It is important to describe this set of transformation schemes from input genomes and output results using visualable numbers to briefly explain the transformation mechanism involved in each module. In this paper, vectors, matrices and various measurements are described following each module. From a genomic sequence, there are two types of outputs for three groups: 1) groups A & B related to discrete measurements represented in either vectors or matrices; 2) groups C related real measurements linked to entropy indices restricted in a limited line segment or a certain square region as a hierarchical organization. The main transformations and projections are described. Sample distributions and genomic index maps are illustrated.