Let's get this straight:
Augusta attempted to model essentially the same general behaviors and traits that Jung did, and the relationship between the two is undeniable.
However, Jung did not use strict parameters for defining the functions, and, as such, some of the specifics of his functional attributions may be skewed or not entirely accurate from a Socionics perspective. Jung observed the co-incidence and correlation of certain behavioral tendencies that seemed to coincide with an underlying process. Augusta's contribution to the theory is, by using Kepinsky's theory of Information Metabolism, the advancement of our understanding of the nature of the processing underlying the tendencies in trait exhibition that Jung initially observed.
Does this make it exceptionally fucking clear, and can we all agree on this? If not, let's hear it.