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(1) Metastases.
(2) Metzenbaum scissors.
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In addition to the D-Lib Magazine articles, there is thorough information on METS interoperability through the Interoperability of Metadata for Thematic Research Collections report (University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2012).
The author describes the history and structure of METS, and discusses how METS can be used for federated searching, with administrative metadata, and to archive eJournals (Wagner, 2011).
Elinor Maze's 2012 "Metadata: Best Practices for Oral History Access and Preservation," is a very interesting, well-written, and detailed article that includes information on using METS with digital oral history collections.
Although the author only briefly mentions METS, the chapter is one of the few on metadata that focuses on recent interoperability and sustainability issues across different types of cultural heritage institutions.
PREMIS is one of the metadata schemas endorsed by the METS for the administrative metadata subsections, but there are many choices regarding exactly what to put where.
The rights entities fit neatly into the METS Rights Metadata, but the other entities do not fit as well into one section of METS.
Another issue in using PREMIS with METS is redundancy.
The group, which consists of METS and PREMIS implementers from a variety of institutions, has had difficulty in balancing flexibility with stricter standards which would promote interoperability.