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MIS. A syllable which prefixed to some word signifies some fault or defect; as, misadventure, misprision, mistrial, and the like.

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The Library of Congress provides tools on integrating these schemas, and these tools support external metadata creation for use with METS (Library of Congress, 2012, METS Tools and Utilities).
There are, however, some excellent introductory scholarly articles from library and archival journals that provide an analysis of how METS can be used with digital objects.
Guenther and McCallum (2003) state METS "grew out of several experimental 1990s digital projects, [and in] 2001, the Digital Library Federation convened a meeting of experts from several projects to evaluate what had been learned .
METS is a standardized way for libraries and other institutions to create and share administrative, structural and descriptive metadata.
Another reason why XML is a good fit for METS is that the use of namespaces in XML allows for inputting metadata schema other than METS into the METS document (Cundiff, 2004).
The collaboration of the METS product with several other software applications in an ASP environment will provide customers with enormous opportunities to achieve significant revenue enhancement and cost reduction benefits," adds Smith.
A METS system is treating residential sewage for the 153 home Hazeldell subdivision located in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.
Markets for the METS technology for the community, environment, industry and government are as follows: