Plagiarism, duplication and redundancy
Each article is checked for illegal borrowing from other works (plagiarism), duplication, and redundancy of publication (including translation of publications from other languages).
- To identify plagiarism, the Editorial Board uses the anti-plagiarism detection system StrikePlagiarism.com (www.strikelagiarism). StrikePlagiarism.com system is a customized tool for Publishing houses, Higher Education Institutions, and others.
- An article containing illegal borrowing from other works (plagiarism) and signs of duplication/redundancy (including auto plagiarism) is unacceptable. Such an article is rejected without peer review.
- Materials of research results presented at conferences and seminars, in case they expand and deepen by 50%, can be selected for publication in the journal by the Editorial Board’s decision. Such an article is not considered a duplicate and redundant publication.
- Authors are allowed to submit articles published on only preprint servers to the journal. Such an article is not considered duplicated and redundant.
- If an article is published but later was found to contain improper borrowings from other works (plagiarism) or duplicated, the Editorial Board discusses such an article and removes it.