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1229Re: meaning of time-interval

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  • piebaldconsult
    Feb 2, 2005
      But the presence of leap seconds means that not even days, hours, and
      minutes are fixed time units, so the portion of the standard you
      quoted is in error.

      > I have severe doubts about that. In "Fundamental principles/Basic
      > Concepts" duration is defined as a quantity of time expressed in
      > time-units. Days, hours and minutes are fixed time units with fixed
      > conversion rules to SI-seconds. Consequently:
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