Paper Acceptance Guidelines
Acceptance and Review
The review output will be one of the following decisions
A paper is accepted if all or at least two-thirds majority of the reviewers rate a paper as acceptable.
Accept with minor revisions
This decision means that the paper requires minor changes for it to be accepted.
• Accept with major revisions
A manuscript needs to be substantially improved before it can be accepted. The author has to submit the revised manuscript along with a point-by-point response to the reviewer comments.
This is an outright rejection decision, and in most cases, the journal will not publish the paper or reconsider it even if the author makes major revisions.
Conditions of Paper Acceptance for Publication
|First Reviewer||Second Reviewer||Third Reviewer||Decision|
|Accept||Accept||Minor Revisions||Minor Revisions|
|Accept||Minor Revisions||Minor Revisions||Minor Revisions|
|Minor Revisions||Minor Revisions||Minor Revisions||Minor Revisions|
|Minor Revisions||Major Revisions||Major Revisions||Major Revisions|
|Major Revisions||Major Revisions||Major Revisions||Major Revisions|
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