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The mod subculture, which developed in England in the late 1950s. See also Mod Revival.
Case modding; modifications made to a computer's case in order to improve its appearance.
MOD (file format) is a computer file format for certain music files created with tracker software.
A Mod (Scotland) is a festival of Gaelic language arts and culture in Scotland. The Mod (full name, Royal National Mod) is an annual mod, first held in 1892. It was inspired by the Welsh National Eisteddfod.
Internet slang for moderator (communications), a person on an Internet discussion forum who can edit or otherwise change the state of other users' comments, similar to (though less powerful than) sysops.
In mathematics, mod is an abbreviation of the Latin ablative form modulo, introduced by Carl Friedrich Gauss.
Modular exponentiation is a type of exponentiation performed over a modulus. It is particularly useful in computer science, especially in the field of cryptography.
Mods (computer gaming) (short for modifications) are changes and additions created with editing tools for computer games, particularly for first-person shooters. Examples would be WAD files for Doom, the popular multiplayer expansion Counter-Strike for Half-Life, or the maps of the Neverwinter Nights game.
Mod n cryptanalysis an attack applicable to block and stream ciphers in cryptography
A Modchip, a device used to play import games or circumvent the digital rights management of many popular video game consoles
mod_perl, mod_php, mod_parrot, mod_python, etc. are modules for the Apache web server.
The Mod Club Theatre is a concert venue and club in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
MOD is an abbreviation for:
Manager on duty
Masters of Deception, a New York-based hacker group of the late 1980s and early 1990s
Method of Destruction, a heavy metal band fronted by Billy Milano.
Minimum Object Distance
Ministry of Defence in several countries:
Modesto City-County Airport
Multiple Organ Dysfunction