ISSN 1004-4140
CN 11-3017/P

Ethics

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"CT Theory and Application" Journal Editing and Publishing Ethics

To promote the integrity of scientific research and maintain the ethical behavior of academic publishing, the journal "CT Theory and Applied " requires all parties involved in the editing and publishing process to follow this guideline.

 

1. Author(s)

The author must guarantee that the submitted manuscript is an original piece. There shall not be multiple submissions for one manuscript, and the same research results cannot be duplicated and published separately. The authenticity and reliability of the article data must be ensured. In the introduction part of the paper, there should be a substantive description of the research background, content, and work significance and a good and understandable introduction of the peers' appropriate and reasonable citations to eliminate false citations. Before submitting the paper, it should be ensured all authors have read the article and can take collective responsibility and accountability for the results. Corresponding authors should ensure that all authors have agreed to the signature and have no objection to ordering names. For the manuscripts of the authors of secret-related entities, the authors shall provide proof of non-confidentiality.

 

2. Reviewers

All submissions must be peer-reviewed. Reviewers must present their opinions impartially and objectively, provide references for editorial decisions, and help authors improve the quality of their papers. Reviewers are not allowed to spread or refer to the reviewed manuscripts. If errors in opinions, forged data, plagiarism, etc., are found during the review, they should promptly report to the editorial b and not directly contact the author. There should be no conflict of interest between the reviewer and the author of the article, the research content, and the funder of the research project.

 

3. Editors

Under the guidance of the editorial board, any decision made on the paper should base on the quality of the submitted paper, academic level, and the review opinions of the reviewing experts. The editor must have no interest in the accepted or rejected manuscript and guarantee the anonymity of the review process.

 

4. Judgment and handling of academic misconduct

The journal editorial committee will discuss and determine academic misconduct such as plagiarism, forged data, and multiple submissions of one manuscript. Once a manuscript with academic misconduct is found, actions such as withdrawal will be taken. All consequences arising therefrom will be taken. Violators are at their own risk.

 


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