How, by definition and in terms of properties, do proper and coordinate time differ? How are they related?

The proper time is understood as the time interval separating events in that inertial reference frame where they occur at one spatial point. The time interval between events in different reference systems is defined as coordinate time. Coordinate time is relative, and the proper time of the particle is absolute.

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