Mod

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Mod, MOD or mods may refer to:

General[edit]

Music[edit]

  • Memorials of Distinction, a Brighton based independent record label
  • Mods (band), a Norwegian rock band
  • Mod (Scotland), a festival of Scottish Gaelic song, arts and culture
  • M.O.D., "Method of Destruction", a band from New York City, fronted by Billy Milano
  • MuchOnDemand, a music-television show that airs on MuchMusic in Canada
  • Circuit bending, modification to an existing circuit such as a guitar pedal, digital keyboard, or drum machine

Medical[edit]

Popular culture[edit]

Film and games[edit]

Computer culture[edit]

Technology[edit]

  • Magneto-optical drive and magneto-optical disk, a data storage device using both optical and magnetic technologies
  • Module file, a family of computer music formats which play patterns of embedded sound samples
  • Modchip, a device designed to modify the behavior of an electronic system
  • Mod (video gaming), a modification to a video game
  • MOD and TOD, a tapeless video format by JVC

Mathematics[edit]

  • Modulo (disambiguation) (further disambiguation), loosely meaning "except" or "without"
  • Modular arithmetic, a system of arithmetic for integers where numbers return to zero after a certain value
  • Division:
    • Modulo operation, the remainder of division of one number by another
    • Remainder, the "left over" part in division of integers which cannot be expressed with an integer quotient
  • Modular exponentiation, a type of exponentiation performed over a modulus
  • Mod n cryptanalysis, a partitioning attack applicable to block and stream ciphers

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