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The Impedance Mismatch is Our Fault
So your program gets some data, and what is the first thing you do? Melt it down and pour it into rigid little molds. When this process doesn't ruin data fast enough, you call it the "impedance mismatch". The impedance mismatch is a healthy warning sign, and you are the cause of the problem. More importantly: you can fix it.