Review Process Guidelines
What points should be considered when assessing the paper quality?
1. Is the submitted manuscript clear, correct and within the journal’s scope?
2. Is the work original and interesting for the readers?
3. Is the presentation of ideas satisfactory?
Tips for writing a review report
Reviewers should consider the following points when writing their review report
1. There are two sections to write your review, one for the reviewer’s comments to the chief editor and another for the reviewer’s comments to the authors. Your comments to the chief-editor will be read only by the editorial office and will not be revealed to the authors.
2. Provide an overall recommendation for or against the publication of the manuscript to the chief-editor.
3. If you believe that the manuscript requires revision, you are requested to provide constructive comments and suggestions for improving the quality and presentation of the paper.
4. When you provide suggestions on revisions, make it clear if they are mandatory or optional.
5. For timely and rapid review, point out all the faults of the paper only once. Do not add new criticisms after the authors have submitted the revised version. This will delay the review process and make it endless.