Editorial Policy

Acceptance of manuscripts is contingent upon the authors adhering to all ethical standards applicable to the preparation and publication of scientific manuscripts. The journal takes plagiarism, falsification, and fabrication of data seriously. Similarity to published texts should be kept to a maximum of 15%. However, the journal reserves the right to reject articles that are within the prescribed limits of plagiarism if it is discovered that the paper's core components are plagiarised. The author(s) is/are accountable for all statements made in their work and should be prepared to defend them publicly if called upon to do so.

Authors should format their manuscripts exactly according to the instructions provided below. Manuscripts that do not adhere to the journal's format and style may be returned to the authors for revision or may be rejected. The main text (i.e., article file) should not contain the authors' names, affiliations, or acknowledgements. If this is violated, the papers will be technically rejected. The journal reserves the right to make any additional formal or language changes necessary to a manuscript that has been accepted for publication.

Before submitting their manuscripts, authors are encouraged to consult the 'Guide for Authors.' Additionally, authors can refer to the 'Peer Review Process' section for additional information.