Plagiarism is using, without acknowledgement, someone else’s ideas or work. Plagiarism is the unethical practice of using words or ideas (either planned or accidental) of another author/researcher or your own previous works without proper acknowledgment. Plagiarism in paper show poor quality of content and will be intimated to remove plagiarism or rejected by the editor.

All manuscripts submitted to our journals will be subject to rigorous plagiarism detection. Also all accepted paper for publication in the journal will assigned as Digital Object Identifier (DOI) by Crossref in association with Informatics Publishing Limited. Author must take care that the submitted paper should not have more than 20% similarity index and no copyrighted material have been used in the manuscript without permission. All manuscripts submitted to our journals will be screened by plagiarism detection software iThenticate and/or Plagiarism X.

To avoid plagiarism, authors confirm that:

  • I/We understand plagiarism is against the professional ethics;

  • Do not copy–paste the text verbatim from the reference paper. Instead, restate the idea in your own words.

  • Quotation sources are referenced clearly both in the text and in the Reference section;

  • Maintain records of the sources you refer to. Use citation software like EndNote or Mendeley Reference Manager to manage the citations used for the paper

  • Make sure to follow the guidelines and rules for the citation style specified by journal (e.g. IEEE, APA, MLA, Chicago).

  • Avoid self-plagiarism; do not copy portions of one's own published or copyrighted work without proper citation;

  • No copyrighted materials are used in the manuscript without permission;

  • I/We will take full responsibility for the opinion expressed in the paper and settling in all disputes arising from using any copyrighted materials in the manuscript without proper permission.

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