Advances in Distributed Computing and Artificial Intelligence Journal
The publication process is as follows:
Submission. When a manuscript is submitted to the journal, it is assigned to a member of the Board of Editors. It is the responsibility of the corresponding author to inform the coauthors of the manuscript’s status throughout the submission, review, and publication processes. The reviewers operate under strict guidelines and are expected to complete their reviews expeditiously. Our Editors decide whether initial submissions are appropriate for in-depth peer review, usually in consultation with members of the Board of Reviewing Editors.
Assignation. Editor assigns a member of the Board of Reviewing Editors to oversee the peer-review process. The Reviewing editor usually reviews the article him or herself, calling on one or two additional reviewers as needed.
Revision. Rounds of revision are carried out. Further rounds of revision are largely eliminated, as the Reviewing editor is able to assess most revised submissions without further outside review.
Notification. The corresponding author is notified, generally within 4 weeks after the review process is started, of the decision to accept, reject, or require modification. When modification is requested, the corresponding author must either submit the modified version within 20 days or withdraw the manuscript.
Notification of Acceptance. When an editor has decided that a manuscript is acceptable for publication on the basis of scientific merit, the author is notified. If all files have been prepared according to the ADCAIJ Instructions and those in the manuscript submission system, the acceptance procedure will be completed successfully. If there are problems that would cause extensive corrections to be made at the copyediting stage or if the files are not acceptable for production, ADCAIJ Journal staff will contact the corresponding author.
Publication. Once all the material intended for publication has been determined to be adequate, the editorial staff of the ADCAIJ Journal completes the editing of the manuscript to bring it into conformity with prescribed standards. The articles published over the preceding weeks are collected into a quarterly issue and moved into the ADCAIJ archive.
The time depends of many factors, such as the workload in the journal and the reviewers’ availability. We estimate the mean waiting time between 3-6 months since the manuscript is submitted.
If you think you are waiting considerably longer to receive a decision from the Editor than the average review, you can contact the Editor by our Contact Page.
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Most journals have their own submission platform to evaluate your manuscript. This tool helps to keep track of the manuscript status and to receive all the information related to the review and publication process. To submit or track a paper to our journal, you need to be registered and logged in our submission system. You can check here for more information.
Most journals have their own submission platform to review the manuscripts. This tool helps to keep track of the manuscript status and to receive all the information related to the review and publication process. To review a paper to our journal, you need:
Be registered and logged in our submission system.
Have an invitation of the Editorial Board via e-mail.
You can check here for more information.
You usually have three weeks to make the review. Anyway, you always can ask for an extension to the editors, which will kindly attend your request.
You can decide to accept or reject your invitation. To do so, you could use the links given in the e-mail the Editorial Board sent you to log in our system and make the decision. you have to acces to the Active paper you want to review or decline. The first step in the Review Process has two options “Will do the review” or “Unable to do the review”. You can choose any of them. Note that once you accept the review, the manuscript will be accessible in the system to download and/or view the details.
Log in to the E-platform to which you want to submit your review.
Click 'Active' Assignments for your assigned paper to appear.
Click 'Submit Recommendation'.
Proceed with submitting your review. To fulfill the form correctly, you can check our page Conducting a Review.
Choose your recommendation from the dropdown menu and enter your overall manuscript rating.
Follow each of the requested steps and click 'Submit the review to the editor' when you are finished.
After completing these steps the submission moves into your 'Archive' folder.