Peer-review process

Only new scientific results are published. The submission of the paper implies that it presents original research, the manuscript has not been published, and is not now under consideration by another journal while it is considered in this journal, all researches made significant contributions had the opportunity to be listed as authors. This is the responsibility of the corresponding author.

Each contribution is first assessed by the editors for suitability for the journal. Papers deemed suitable are sent to two independent experts.

A double blind review process is accepted. Authors generally may suggest referees for their manuscript. The editors, however, are not constrained to these persons. The review process is strictly anonymous. Referee reports are advisory to the editors.

Any resubmittal should be accompanied by a summary of the changes made and a clear concise response to all criticisms and recommendations.

The editors are responsible for the final decision (accept, minor revision, major revision, reject). This decision is made based on recommendations by the referees. In the case of rejection the authors may appeal to the Editor-in-chief.