HexLasso performs the byte coverage analysis through analyzers, transformers and splitters.
The splitter is a routine to split data of the given block into two or more sub-blocks with the aim to separate multiple contexts. When the contexts are separated the analyzer performs better on the sub-blocks (separated contexts) than on the original block (original context). This is because in the original block the current byte is unrelated to the following byte but it is rather related to one of the following bytes which is at a given distance from the current byte. So when running the analyzer on the original block, the unrelated bytes would be perceived as noise by the analyzer degrading the analysis accuracy. However, when running the analyzer on the sub-blocks, the analyzer will perform with better accuracy on them because there is no such noise present.
The resulting byte coverage of a sub-block is projected onto the original block.