Publication

Ethics and Antiplagiarism

Ethics

According to the AJME Author Guidelines, submissions to AJME must represent original material: “Papers are accepted for review with the understanding that the same work has been neither submitted to, nor published in, another journal or conference. If it is determined that a paper has already appeared in anything more than a conference proceeding, or appears in or will appear in any other publication before the editorial process at AJME is completed, the paper will be automatically rejected.

Papers previously published in conference proceedings, digests, preprints, or records are eligible for consideration provided that the papers have undergone substantial revision, and that the author informs the AJME editor at the time of submission. If previously published material is reproduced in submited manuscript, corresponding author must provide proof about the necessary copyright permission.

Concurrent submission to AJME and other publications is viewed as a serious breach of ethics and, if detected, will result in immediate rejection of the submission.

Antiplagiarism.

All submitted manuscripts will be scanned for identification of similiraties and will be analized by editors for plagiarism prevention .