Selleri proposes the following transformation equations(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

x=g(x'-vt')

t=t'/g

g=gamma.

Einstein's clock synchronization requires

t(E)=t(e)+x/c

t(E) reading of a clock located at a distance x from the origin, t(e) reading of a clock located at the origin when the synchronizing light signal is emitted,

Is there a link between the proposed transformation equations and the synchronization procedure?

Thanks for your answer

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# Non-standard clock synchronization

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