From: Saašha Metsärantala
> > the points in an interval are determined by its precision.
> When its precision is expressed, yes!
When is it not expressed?
1984 has year precision, 1984/02 month precision, etc.
1991/1998 is an interval with year precision and the points on its "continuum" (that Ed talks about) would be the years 1991, 1992, ..., 1998.
What we haven't quite figured out is, if we allow end points of an inteval to have different precisions than what are the "points on its continuum".
I don't think we need to introduce another syntactic construct, for expressing precision.