MOS - Technology


  • MOS (filmmaking), term for a scene that is "motor only sync" or "motor only shot"
  • MOS (operating system), Soviet Unix clone
  • Acorn MOS, an operating system used in the Acorn BBC computer range
  • MOS Technology, defunct semiconductor company
  • Mean opinion score, a measure of the perceived audio quality of a telephone connection
  • Media Object Server, which allows newsroom computer systems and media object servers to exchange information using a standard protocol
  • Metal-oxide-semiconductor, used to form a gate in some field effect transistors
  • Model output statistics, a weather forecasting technique

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