The Journal of Computer Science and Technologies will check the plagiarism status for all submitted articles before they are published before. If the plagiarism content is detected by the editors, the author will be informed to rewrite it. The entire article will be scanned by iThenticate® to prevent plagiarism. In any case, if more than 20% of the original text sent is plagiarism, then the article will be rejected and also notified to the author. We strongly recommend that you check your content before posting it to the Journal of Computer Science and Technologies to publish. Although plagiarism is not completely reliable, some free plagiarism programs are recommended.
Publishing processes implemented in the Journal of Computer Science and Technologies, constitute the basis for the development and distribution of information in a neutral and respected manner. The processes implemented in this direction are directly reflected in the quality of the work of the authors and the institutions supporting the authors.
Peer-reviewed papers are studies that embody and support the scientific method. At this point, it is important that all stakeholders of the process (writers, readers and researchers, publishers, referees and editors) comply with the standards for ethical principles. All stakeholders are expected to have the following ethical responsibilities within the scope of the Journal of Computer Science and Technologies.
The ethical duties and responsibilities below have been prepared by considering the guidelines and policies published by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) as open access.
The editors of Computer Science and Technologies Journal have the following ethical duties and responsibilities on the based on "COPE Code of Conduct and Best Practice Guidelines for Journal Editors" and "COPE Best Practice Guidelines for Journal Editors" published by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) should be.
Ethical Responsibilities of Authors;
1- The works submitted by the author (s) are expected to be original. If the author (s) benefit from other studies or use other studies, they must reference and / or cite completely and accurately.
2- People who do not contribute to the content intellectually in the creation of the study should not be specified as a writer.
3- The situations and relationships that may constitute a conflict of interest, if any, should be explained.
4- Raw data regarding the articles can be requested from the author (s) within the framework of the evaluation processes; In such a case, the author (s) should be ready to present the expected data and information to the editorial board.
5- The author (s) must have the document showing that they have the right to use the data used and the necessary permissions for research / analysis.
6- If the author (s) notices an error or error related to his published, early-view or evaluation phase, there is an obligation to inform the editor of the journal or the publisher, to cooperate with the editor in correction or withdrawal.
7- Authors cannot keep their works in the process of application of more than one journal at the same time. Each application can be started following the completion of the previous application. The study published in another journal cannot be sent to the Journal of Computer Science and Technologies.
Ethical Responsibilities of Referees;
1- It should only agree to evaluate studies of its area of expertise.
2- It should evaluate in neutrality and confidentiality.
3- If he thinks that he is facing a conflict of interest during the evaluation process, he should refuse to review the study and inform the journal editor.
4- In accordance with the principle of confidentiality, it should destroy the studies they have examined after the evaluation process. They can only use the final versions of the studies they have studied only after their publication.
5- It should make the assessment objectively only in relation to the content of the study. Nationality should not allow gender, religious beliefs, political beliefs, and commercial concerns to influence evaluation.
6- He should make the assessment in a constructive and kind language. It should not make humiliating personal comments that include hostility, slander and insults.
7- They should carry out the studies they accepted to evaluate in a timely manner and with the above ethical responsibilities.
Ethical Responsibilities of Editors;
1- All publications are evaluated based on the intellectual content of the author, regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, religion, citizenship and political values.
2- This information about the articles is kept confidential.
3- The conflict of interest observed for the article should be disclosed.
4- While the editorial board evaluates the article, the journal is based on editorial board policies, legally prohibited articles against plagiarism, insults and copyright infringement and takes responsibility for decisions to publishing for submitted articles.