mets


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Acronyms, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to mets: Yankees

mets

(1) Metastases.
(2) Metzenbaum scissors.
References in periodicals archive ?
A checklist and a case for documenting PREMIS-METS decisions in a METS profile.
The METS schema is an open standard used for both storing and transmitting data for digital resources.
External schemas are schemas that define an XML vocabulary and syntax appropriate for use in conjunction with METS in its descriptive and administrative metadata contexts" (Library of Congress, 2011, METS Extenders).
The intended audience for METS is generally the cultural heritage community, including digital collections in libraries, archives, and museums.
The first element in a METS document is the <mets> root element.
There are seven subsections in a METS document and only one, the structural map, is required.
The Structural Map (<structMap>) comes next and is the only required section of METS.
The flexibility of METS is a great benefit, but it is also a major drawback.