Minimum Expectations for Publication Ethics
All publications in journals and proceedings are subject to blind peer-review. All parties involved in publication must follow the guidelines.
Expectations for Authors:
by submitting their work to Canamaple Academia Services for publishing in its journals and conference proceedings, authors warrant
that the Work is their original work, it is not copied from anywhere or anyone else, they are totally responsible for the authenticity, originality, validity and accuracy, and the facts and views are their own;
that the Work contains no matter which is defamatory or infringes any literary or proprietary rights, intellectual property rights, or any rights of privacy;
and that the Work has neither been published previously nor been simultaneously submitted to other journals or publishers.
Authors also agree to
acknowledge all sources of data used in the research and cite publications that have been influential in the research work;
acknowledge all sources of financial support for the project;
limit authorship to only those who have made a significant contribution to the submitted work;
disclose in their manuscript any financial or other substantive conflict of interest that might be construed to influence the results or interpretation of their data;
notify the editors and publisher promptly for corrections or retractions when significant errors or inaccuracies are discovered in their published works;
ensure that any studies involving human or animal subjects conform to relevant laws and requirements.
and actively participate in peer review process.
Book authors should give proper citation to all data and materials used if they are from previous publications, avoid any potential copyright violation and obtain necessary written permissions from the proper copyright owners.
Expectations for Reviewers:
Reviewers of manuscripts to be considered for journal and conference proceedings
shall review manuscripts objectively and fairly in a professional manner, any personal criticism of the author being considered inappropriate;
shall check out that the authors have acknowledged all the sources of data being used and given proper citation to any observation, derivation, or argument that had been previously reported;
should point out relevant published work which is not yet cited in a manuscript;
must not disclose any information regarding the manuscript under review, treating them as privileged information, and not use unpublished materials for their own research without written consent of the author(s);
shall notify the editors when they have a potential conflict of interests in conducting the review;
and shall not accept a review assignment for which they feel unqualified.
Expectations for Editors:
should work with publisher together to ensure that the quality of publications in journals and conference proceedings meet the relevant publication standards;
shall take reasonable steps to identify and prevent the publication of papers where research misconduct has become known;
shall in no case encourage such misconduct, or knowingly allow such misconduct to take place;
in the event that an allegation of research misconduct related to a published paper or a received manuscript becomes aware, shall work with publisher to deal with allegations appropriately;
should be prepared, working with publisher, to publish corrections, clarifications, retractions and apologies when it becomes necessary.
Furthermore since editors are responsible for making a recommendation on whether a manuscript be accepted for publishing or rejected, they
shall make decisions based on the technical content and the results from peer-reviews and editorial reviews;
shall evaluate each manuscript solely on its intellectual contents without regard to the race, color, gender, sexual orientation, religious beliefs, ethnic origin, citizenship, or political philosophy of the author(s);
must not disclose any information about an unpublished manuscript to anyone other than the authors and those involved in evaluation and publication of the manuscript;
must not use unpublished materials for their own research without written consent of the author(s);
and should process a manuscript fairly and timely.