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Modulo-N code is a lossy compression algorithm used to compress correlated data sources using modular arithmetic.

When applied to two nodes in a network whose data are in close range of each other modulo-N code requires one node (say odd) to send the coded data value as the raw data M o = D o {\displaystyle M_{o}=D_{o}} ; the even node is required to send the coded data as the M e = D e mod N {\displaystyle M_{e}=D_{e}{\bmod {N}}} . Hence the name modulo-N code.

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Since at least log 2 ⁡ K {\displaystyle \log _{2}K} bits are required to represent a number K in binary, the modulo coded data of the two nodes requires log 2 ⁡ M o + log 2 ⁡ M e {\displaystyle \log _{2}M_{o}+\log _{2}M_{e}} bits. As we can generally expect log 2 ⁡ M e ≤ log 2 ⁡ M o {\displaystyle \log _{2}M_{e}\leq \log _{2}M_{o}} always, because M e ≤ N {\displaystyle M_{e}\leq N} . This is the how compression is achieved.

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