Publishing ethics

The editorial board of the Bulletin of the National Technical University "KhPI". Series: System analysis, control and information technology is responsible for publishing of author papers. Therefore it’s adheres to the international standards of publication ethics and recommendations of Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) in order to minimize the risk of unscrupulous practices associated with the publication of scientific articles.

Author Ethical Principles

Submitted papers should contain reliable research results.

Studies must be original, borrowed parts must be provided with the corresponding references. The presence of unpublished quotes, a significant percentage of borrowing, as well as complete plagiarism are unacceptable.

All persons who contributed to the research should be noticed in the article.

Submission of the manuscript that is being reviewed or has already been published in a third-party journal is unacceptable.

In case of detection of defects or errors in the submitted paper, it is necessary to inform the editorial board as soon as possible.

Reviewer Ethical Principles

A reviewer who is aware of an inadequate level of his or her qualification for reviewing a particular article or has doubts about compliance with the terms of the review, should notify the editorial staff in advance.

The reviewer is obliged to adhere to the privacy conditions and not to hand over the manuscript for review and discussion to persons who do not have such authority.

Unauthorized use of unpublished papers for personal use is not permitted without the written consent of the author.

If the submitted paper is found to be similar to already existing studies in those field, the reviewer must immediately inform the editorial board.

The review for the submitted paper should be impartial and objective, and should contain reasoned comments. Personal criticism of the author is unacceptable.

Editor and Publisher Ethical Principles

The editorial board decides on publication of the study based on the reliability of the submitted materials and the scientific significance of the work.

The editors should not allow the publication of papers that are partly or fully plagiarized.

When deciding on the publication of the study, the discrimination based on race, gender, religious beliefs, descent, citizenship and political convictions is unacceptable.

The editorial board guarantees the confidentiality of unpublished materials submitted for review.

The editors are obliged to take part in emerging conflicts and take measures to resolve them.