I used to be a fan of x86 assembly language, so I can make this analogy.
The four cognitive processes are :
Intuition : input, internal ; input of mental images
Sensing : input, external ; input of sensible things
Logic : output, internal ; manipulating input
Ethics : output, external ; expressing input
The four attitudes are :
Intuition blocked with Logic : manipulation of mental images
Intuition blocked with Ethics : expression of mental images
Sensing blocked with Logic : manipulation of sensible things
Sensing blocked with Ethics : expression of sensible things
On a computer :
Sensing : Keyboard, Mouse, and other external input buffers.
Ethics : Video, Sound, Printer, and other external output buffers.
Intuition : CPU registers and other memory devices*, like RAM and HDD.
Logic : CPU procedures (like MOV, ADD, IN, OUT, JMP, etc).
* On human beings, memory is more related to Sensing, when referring to sensory memory.
Sensing blocked with Logic : CPU downloads input buffers.
Intuition blocked with Logic : CPU processes memory.
Intuition blocked with Ethics : Output ports downloads memory.
(Computer's Output and Input ports' direct relationships are either inexistant or very limited...)
Computer and Human are connected with Sensing and Ethics.
Here's an hypothetic diagram :
All of this is hypothetic, incomplete and potentially wrong. Please correct me if it do be the case.