Peer Review Process
Peer reviewers have the right to provide some feedback to the authors to encourage the quality of the published manuscripts and editors for editorial policy decisions in accordance with their respective expertise.Peer reviewers have the right to provide some feedback to the authors to encourage the quality of the published manuscripts and editors for editorial policy decisions in accordance with their respective expertise.
The peer reviewer must notify the editor of his willingness to review the manuscript to be published. If they don't want to, peer reviewers must notify the editor.
Manuscripts reviewed are classified documents. Communication with other parties is prohibited without the author's permission.
Peer reviewers must adhere to the principles of objectivity and avoid personal criticism of the script writer during the review process. All comments should be accompanied by clear and supportive suggestions.
Peer reviewers are recommended to provide information to study authors whose literature, or relevant case studies that have not been cited, have substantial similarities or overlaps with the text under review.
Conflict of interest
1. Peer reviewers are not permitted to use unpublished manuscripts for personal use without the written consent of the authors, under any circumstances.
2. The information and ideas contained in the reviewed manuscripts are confidential and may not be distributed or used for personal gain.
3. If they have a conflict of interest due to reasons of competition, collaboration, or other relationships with authors, institutions or companies involved in publishing, peer reviewers are not permitted to evaluate the related manuscript.