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JCSCM Policies and Ethics

Peer Review Policy

Manuscripts submitted to the JCSCM are approved by Editor-in-chief. After that, a formal peer review process is conducted in collaboration with editorial board members and independent referees around the world. The publisher exploits electronic peer-review system to contact reviewers and keep records of manuscripts.

Peer Review Process

Papers submitted to the Journal of Computer Science & Computational Mathematics must pass a single-blind review process. To publish in the Journal of Computer Science & Computational Mathematics the following criteria should meet:

  • The study presents the results of primary scholarly research.
  • Reported results have not been published elsewhere.
  • The research meets all applicable standards of ethics and research integrity.
  • Experiments, statistics, and other analyses performed to a high technical standard and described in sufficient detail.
  • Conclusions are presented in the appropriate form and are supported by the data.
  • The article is presented in an intelligible fashion and is written in standard English.

Once a manuscript passes quality control, it is assigned to a member of the editorial board (or an expert in the field which will become a guest editor) for conducting the peer-review process for making a decision on acceptance, minor revision, major revision, or reject of the article. 

  • The manuscript will be reviewed by two suitable experts in the respective subject area.
  • The reports of both the reviewers will be considered while deciding on acceptance/revision or rejection of a manuscript.
  • Editor-In-Chief will make the final decision, based on the reviewer's comments.
  • Editor-In-Chief can ask one or more advisory board members for their suggestions upon a manuscript, before making the final decision.
  • Associate editor and review editors provide the administrative support to maintain the integrity of the peer review process.
  • In case, the authors challenge the editor's negative decision with suitable arguments, the manuscript can be sent to one more reviewer and the final decision will be made based upon his recommendations.

Licensing Policies

Authors will transfer copyright to the publisher as part of the journal publishing agreement. However, the authors will retain the right to:
  • Self-Archive their article for Personal Use, Internal Institutional Use and Scholarly Sharing purposes, with a DOI link to the version of record on jcscm.net (and with the Creative Commons CC-BY-NC- ND license for author manuscript versions)
  • Retain patent, trademark and other intellectual property rights (including research data).
  • Proper attribution and credit for the published work.

Archiving Policies

  • Authors sign the copyright transfer statement and still retain their rights to self-archive the articles.
  • The accepted manuscript may be archived on the author's website.
  • Authors can deposit their works in any repository, but it should not be the final version as available with the publisher.
  • Authors can post their version provided acknowledgment is given to the original source of publication with a link to the published article, it has to be the DOI number link. The final published article is available at JCSCM (URL:....)

Editorial Publishing Policies

The following editorial and publishing policies apply to the content submitted to the Journal of Computer Science & Computational Mathematics:

  1. Open Access Agreement
  2. Submission of Related Manuscripts
  3. Confidentiality
  4. Corrections and Additions

a. Open Access Agreement

After submission of an article, the authors are requested to indicate their agreement to abide by the open access Creative Commons License (CC-BY). The license permits any user to download, print out, extract, reuse, archive, and distribute the article, so long as appropriate credit is given to the authors and source of the work. The license ensures that the authors' article will be available as widely as possible and that the article can be included in any scholarly archive.

b. Submission of Related Manuscripts

After submission, all authors are requested to indicate that no duplicate of the manuscript is accepted or under publication process elsewhere. The related work submitted elsewhere must be included with the submitted manuscript to JCSCM. The reviewers will investigate the overlap between the related submissions.

c. Confidentiality

All submitted manuscripts are treated as strict confidential by editors and reviewers. The names and email addresses of the authors will be used exclusively by the SandKRS sdn bhd and will note be made available for any other party.

d. Corrections and Additions

The authors of the paper are responsible for the accuracy of the manuscript content. 

Copyright Policies

All the articles published in (JCSCM) are held by the Publisher.

SandKRS sdn bhd. as a publisher, requires its authors to transfer the copyright prior to publication.

This will permit SandKRS sdn bhd to reproduce, publish, distribute and archive the article in print and electronic form and also to defend against any improper use of the article. Self-Archiving rights will still be retained by the author.

JCSCM Ethics

The Journal of Computer Science & Computational Mathematics is an electronic Double Blind peer-reviewed journal. Authors are expected to comply with and be aware of best practice in publication ethics specifically with authorship (i.e. avoidance of ghost or guest authorship), dual submission, plagiarism, manipulation of figures, competing interests and compliance with policies on research ethics. Articles not in accordance with publication ethics and malpractices will be removed from publication if detected at any time. Plagiarism and research fabrication such as making up of data, manipulation of existing data, tables etc. and ethical clearance on the use of humans or animals for the study will also be checked. The journal reserves the right to use plagiarism detecting software to screen submitted papers at any time and suspected plagiarism or duplicate publishing will be reported immediately. The responsibilities of the editors, reviewers, and authors are briefly described in the following:

Editors’ Responsibilities

  • To carry out the expected duties without discrimination on grounds of religious or political beliefs, sexual orientation, gender, geographical region, or ethnic of the authors, and act in an objective, fair, and balanced way.
  • To process submissions for special issues or sponsored supplements in the same way as regular submissions, so that the articles are decided only on their academic merit without commercial influence.
  • To adopt and reasonable procedures in case of complaints of an ethical or conflict nature, according to the policies and procedures of the Society where appropriate. To the authors a reasonable opportunity to respond to the complaints. All documents related to any such complaint should be retained. Apart from the approval date of the original publication, all complaints must be considered and investigated.

Reviewers’ Responsibilities

  • To contribute to the document decision-making and review process, and to increase the quality of the published papers by reviewing them objectively, and in a timely manner.
  • To keep the confidentiality of the information provided by the editor or the author of the paper. To not retain or copy the manuscript.
  • To inform the editor to any published or submitted content that is substantially similar to the one under review.
  • To be aware of any conflicts of interest (collaborative, institutional, financial, or other relationships between the author and reviewer) and inform the editor on them. In case of necessity, withdrawal of their services regarding that manuscript.

In case, plagiarism is detected during review/editorial process, such manuscript(s) will be rejected immediately and we can also consider other steps depending upon the seriousness of the case. If the plagiarism is proven after publication, such manuscript(s) will be removed from our website and an appropriate announcement will be placed in this regards. Further, (JCSCM) can bring such instances in the notice of author's funding agencies, author's institutes (where they work) and to the original authors whose work has been plagiarized. Please report the plagiarism to submission@jcscm.net

Authors’ Responsibilities

  • To maintain accurate records of data associated with their submitted manuscript, and, on reasonable request, to supply or provide access to the records. Where allowed by the employer, funding body and who might have an interest, and where appropriate, to deposit data in a suitable repository or storage location, to share and further use by others.
  • To confirm/assert that the submitted manuscript is not accepted or under consideration for publication elsewhere. To acknowledge and cite the sources, where portions of the content overlap with published or submitted content. Additionally, to provide the editor with a copy any submitted manuscript that is closely related to the content of the manuscript or might contain overlapping.
  • To confirm that all the work in the submitted manuscript is original and to acknowledge and cite the content reproduced from other sources. To obtain permission to reproduce any content from other sources.
  • To ensure any study involving animal or human subjects conform to requirements and laws that are made institutionally, locally, and nationally (e.g. WMA Declaration of Helsinki, NIH Policy on Use of Laboratory Animals, EU Directive on Use of Animals) and to confirm that the approvals have been sought and obtained where appropriate. To obtain express permission from human subjects and respect the privacy of them.
  • To declare any potential conflict of interest (i.e. where an author has a competing interest (real or apparent) that could be considered or viewed as exerting undue influence on his or her duties at any stage during the publication process).
  • To notify promptly the journal editor or publisher if a significant error in their publication is identified. To cooperate with the editor and publisher to publish an erratum, addendum, corrigendum, or to retract the paper where this is deemed necessary.


The author(s) of each article appearing in this Journal is/are solely responsible for the content thereof; neither the (JCSCM) nor its editors or publisher or anyone else involved in creating, producing or distribution assumes any liability or responsibility for the accuracy, completeness, or usefulness of any information provided in the Journal, nor shall they be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, special, consequential or punitive damages arising out of the use of (JCSCM).


For every Journal, the peer review process is at the heart of the success of publishing. As part of our commitment to the protection and enhancement of the peer review process, The (JCSCM) would like to ensure that all published articles are within the accepted level of plagiarism. The Journal uses the very well and widely accepted Plagiarism Detection tool, iThenticate. All submitted Manuscripts are first subjected to Plagiarism check and then the Publishing process starts.

In case, plagiarism is detected during review/editorial process, such manuscript(s) will be rejected immediately and we can also consider other steps depending upon the seriousness of the case. If the plagiarism is proven after publication, such manuscript(s) will be removed from our website and an appropriate announcement will be placed in this regards. Further, (JCSCM) can bring such instances in the notice of author's funding agencies, author's institutes (where they work) and to the original authors whose work has been plagiarized. Please report the plagiarism to submission@jcscm.net

Article Retraction

Editor’s decision is the decisive factor for all scholarly publications. However, this decision is based on Editorial Policies – which includes plagiarism, copyright etc. It becomes important to retain the Published articles as it is – without any alterations. However, owing to certain circumstances, a published article may at times be retracted, removed or may require a change. Retraction could be due to:

  • Plagiarism
  • Bogus Authorship
  • Fraudulent Data
  • Correction in Publication

Standards for Article Retraction at SandKRS SDN BHD. are:

The article PDF will remain available with the watermark “Retracted” available on it. Only in case of legal/controversial/incorrect PDF, they will be replaced or removed completely from the website with a note.

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