Publication Ethics and Publication Malpractice Statement

"Advances in the Theory of Nonlinear Analysis and its Applications" is committed to upholding the highest standards of publication ethics and integrity. We adhere to the following ethical principles to ensure the quality, transparency, and credibility of the research we publish.

Authorship and Originality:

Authors submitting to our journal affirm that:

  1. The submitted work is original and has not been published elsewhere, nor is it under consideration for publication in another journal.
  2. All authors have made significant contributions to the research, and those who have contributed are listed as authors. Individuals who have not contributed significantly are appropriately acknowledged.
  3. Proper citations and references are provided for all sources used in the manuscript.

Plagiarism and Self-Plagiarism:

We consider plagiarism, including self-plagiarism, a serious breach of ethical conduct. Authors are required to:

  1. Properly attribute and cite sources used in their work.
  2. Avoid using verbatim text from other sources without quotation marks and proper citation.

Conflict of Interest:

Authors, reviewers, and editors must disclose any potential conflicts of interest that could influence the research, review process, or editorial decisions.

Peer Review Process:

Our peer-review process is designed to ensure unbiased evaluation and high-quality publication. Reviewers are expected to provide objective, constructive, and timely feedback. They must:

  1. Maintain the confidentiality of submitted manuscripts.
  2. Declare any conflicts of interest that might affect their review.

Editorial Responsibilities:

Editors are committed to:

  1. Ensuring fair and unbiased evaluation of submitted manuscripts.
  2. Safeguarding the confidentiality of manuscripts and reviewer identities.
  3. Addressing any concerns or complaints regarding ethical misconduct promptly and appropriately.

Publication Malpractice:

"Advances in the Theory of Nonlinear Analysis and its Applications" takes a strong stance against any form of publication malpractice, including:

  1. Falsification, fabrication, or manipulation of research data.
  2. Plagiarism, including self-plagiarism.
  3. Unauthorized use of copyrighted material.
  4. Violations of ethical guidelines by authors, reviewers, or editors.

Correction and Retraction:

If errors or inaccuracies are identified in published articles, the journal is committed to:

  1. Promptly addressing concerns raised by readers or reviewers.
  2. Issuing corrections, clarifications, or retractions as necessary.