Ethics & Rights
is unethical for authors to submit multiple similar manuscripts for publication
at a time. It is also unethical for authors to submit a manuscript that
has already been published or is in the process of review elsewhere.
Plagiarism and Falsification
must report their work accurately and precisely in order to be reproduced
by other researchers independently. Plagiarism and falsification in any
parts of the submitted paper are serious offences to the scientific community
and must strictly be avoided.
co-authors should be limited to those who have sufficiently contributed
to the content of the work in responsible and accountable manners. The
corresponding author must confirm that submission of the manuscript has
been approved by all co-authors.
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have supported the work.
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