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The paper studies a new polynomial representation of Multi Output Functions (MOFs). The new representation, called GITE-polynomials, is based on a newly introduced Generalized If-Then-Else (GITE) function. Being a compact form of representation of MOFs, the GITE-polynomials allow efficient manipulation with a set of functions. The paper introduces algebra of GITE-polynomials. Properties of this algebra are used for solving the MOF-decomposition problem. The solution provides a compact representation of MOFs.