There are several differences between my model and Einstein’s Special Relativity theory. Some of the key differences includes:

**Mathematics**

- The theory of Complete and Incomplete Coordinate Systems corrects Einstein’s time transformation.
- Uses equations based on one-half of an oscillation (e.g., one-half a wavelength, or the number or cycles (Hertz) in one-half a wavelength).
- This theory introduces (and redefines) time equations to account for travel along each axis.
- The equations are not automatically normalized, as in Einstein’s equations.
- Accounts for three types of transformations 1) fixed-point, 2) wave-front, and 3) oscillating wave-front, while Einstein only accounts for the first two.

**Theory**

- The theory of Complete and Incomplete Coordinate Systems corrects Einstein’s postulates by using two types of coordinate systems instead of one.
- Acknowledges a bi-directional nature of wavelength and frequency.
- Applies to all types of waves and particles and not just to electromagnetic waves.
- Introduces a new set of theoretical implications that are mathematically consistent, but significantly different from Einstein’s theoretical implications.