METIS

METIS is a software package for graph partitioning that implements various multilevel algorithms. METIS` multilevel approach has three phases and comes with several algorithms for each phase: == External links== ...
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Metis

• (n. f.) Alt. of Metisse
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metis

noun a half-breed of white and American Indian parentage
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Metis

[Japanese musician] Metis (b. March 28, 1984 in Hiroshima) is a Japanese female reggae singer songwriter. She debuted in her early as an R&B artist, but after her first single and album, she signed to another record label to pursue a reggae career. ==Discography== ===Indie albums=== ===Mini-albums=== ===Albums=== ===Singles=== ==Radio progr...
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Metis

[moon] Metis (s {Respell|MEE|təs}; Μήτις), also known as Jupiter XVI, is the innermost moon of Jupiter. It was discovered in 1979 in images taken by Voyager 1, and was named in 1983 after the first wife of Zeus, Metis. Additional observations made between early 1996 and September 2003 by the Galileo spacecraft allowed the surface of t...
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Metis

[mythology] In Greek mythology, Metis s (Μῆτις, `wisdom,` `skill,` or `craft`) was of the Titan generation and, like several primordial figures, an Oceanid, in the sense that Metis was born of Oceanus and his sister Tethys, of an earlier age than Zeus and his siblings. Metis was the first great spouse of Zeus, and also his cousin. Zeu...
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Metis

[software] Metis is a family of client and server products for creating, visualizing, changing, sharing and managing visual enterprise models. It was originally created by a Norwegian company named Metis AS, which was bought by Digital Equipment Corporation. Metis was then sold to AT&T. After the AT&T/NCR split in 1996, Metis became a part ...
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Métis

Mé`tis' noun m. Mé`tisse' noun f. }[ F.; akin to Spanish mestizo . See Mestizo .] 1. The offspring of a white person and an American Indian. 2. The offspring of a white person and a quadroon; an octoroon. [ Local, U. S.]
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Metis

archaic or obsolete terms > Places: Metz, Francs.
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Metis

In Greek mythology, the goddess of wisdom, daughter of Oceanus and Tethys. Another legend makes her the first wife of Zeus, who, fearing she might bear a child more powerful than himself, devoured...
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Métis

indigenous nation of Canada that has combined Native American and European cultural practices since at least the 17th century. Their language, ... [13 related articles]
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Metis

Metis (mē'tis) , in astronomy, one of the 39 known moons, or natural satellites, of Jupiter.
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Metis

Mother of Athena and first wife to Zeus. Metis, as one of the younger Titanides and daughter of Okeanis, was a pre Olympian goddess of wisdom who assisted Zeus by supplying the potion that made Kronos regurgitate his devoured children. She was ultimately repaid with a similar fate. Zeus ate her for fear of a prophecy that a son born to them would r...
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Metis

Mother of Athena and first wife to Zeus. Metis, as one of the younger Titanides and daughter of Okeanis, was a pre Olympian goddess of wisdom who assisted Zeus by supplying the potion that made Kronos regurgitate his devoured children. She was ultimately repaid with a similar fate. Zeus ate her for fear of a prophecy that a son born to them would r...
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Metis

One of the `minor planets` of our solar system. Discovered by Graham on 16 Apr 1848. Diameter in km: 158. More data in TABLE 13. THE MINOR PLANETS
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Métis

People of mixed European and Native American race.
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Metis

Satellite of the planet Jupiter. See TABLE 7. JUPITER - SATELLITE DATA
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Metis

Series of anti-tank missile systems [RU]
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Metis

The innermost moon of Jupiter, also known as Jupiter XVI; it is a small object of uneven shape. Together with Adrastea, Metis orbits inside the synchronous orbit radius of Jupiter, which means that it orbits faster than Jupiter rotates on its axis. As a result, its orbit will eventually decay and Me...
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Metis

Titan daughter of Oceanus and Tethys and mother of Athena. She is a goddess of wise counsel and profound thought.
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[n] - (Canadian) a half-breed of white and Indian parentage
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