Duties of the editor-in-chief
- The editor-in-chief decides which articles will be published, taking into account the reviews. In this case, it is based on the scientific significance of the work and the accuracy of the results.
- The evaluation of the article is based on the content of the work, not on the race, gender, social status or religious affiliation of the authors.
- The results of the submitted article may not be given for personal gain or for the use of other persons without the consent of the author. New information and ideas contained in the article during editing are confidential and may not be used for profit.
- The editor does not publish plagiarized articles.
Duties of reviewers
- The reviewer must be based on the following principles when conducting a scientific examination:
- If the reviewer considers that the scientific work does not belong to his / her field or there is a conflict with the author, then he / she refuses to be a reviewer.
- The article submitted to the editorial office is confidential material. It should not be given to outsiders.
- The reviewer must give an objective and argumentative opinion on the case. It is inadmissible to criticize the identity of the author.
- The reviewer undertakes not to use the results of the article for personal gain.
Duties of authors
- Authors must present the correct results of their research. The authors are responsible for the authenticity of the material they provide.
- Plagiarism is unacceptable.
- They should not submit an article that has been sent to another journal or has already been published.
- The co-authors of the article can only be those who participated in the research.