Publishing Ethics and Malpractice Statement

Hereby the Journal of Mathematics and Computer Science declares,

Declaration of Authorship

The main belief for justification of the Journal of Mathematics and Computer Science is the following criteria should be fulfilled by all the authors:

  1. Contribution to the conception, proof, analysis, and/or interpretation of the submission.
  2. Participation in drafting the article and revising it critically for the important intellectual period.
  3. Approving the final version of the manuscript that is going to be published.
  4. Taking public responsibility for the work.
  5. Ensuring that they respond to any questions regarding the accuracy and integrity of the work.
  6. Should ensure that all authors provide retractions or corrections of mistakes.
  7. Should ensure that every manuscript submitted to the journal has been read and corrected for clarity, grammar and spelling by an English native speaker; this applies particularly to Author(s) whose first language is not English.

Conflicts of Interest

All authors, editors, members, and reviewers of the journal must disclose any conflicts of interest that may exist in their submissions.

Duplicate publication is the publication of nearly identical intellectual material or article in more than one journal without citing the source and without obtaining permission from the original copyright holder.

Any submission in this journal:

  1. Must be original and must not be co-published;
  2. Must not be under review by any other journal.

Note: The journal will not accept any paper that has additional differences such as:


  1. A new title or revised abstract;
  2. The same data set and results between the original and the second article.

Publishing ethics issues

Editor-in-Chief ensure the monitoring and safeguarding of the publishing ethics. Editor-in-Chief the strict policy on plagiarism and fraudulent data, the strong commitment to publish corrections, clarifications, retractions and apologies when needed, and the strict preclusion of business needs from compromising intellectual and ethical standards.

Whenever it is recognized that a published paper contains a significant inaccuracy, misleading statement or distorted report, it will be corrected promptly. If, after an appropriate investigation, an item proves to be fraudulent, it will be retracted. The retraction will be clearly identifiable to readers and indexing systems.