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GSI JOURNALS SERIE C:
ADVANCEMENTS IN INFORMATION SCIENCES
GSI JOURNALS SERIE C: ADVANCEMENTS IN INFORMATION SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGIES (AIST) is committed to upholding the rules of publication ethics at all stages of the publication process, and AIST adopts the ethics standards which is accepted and announced by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).
Every article presented to our publication for publication is passed through the similarity check by the journal management using the plagiarism program.
The AIST Journal editorial board adopts the following rules in determining the similarity rate:
Articles with a general similarity rate of over 20% are returned to the editorial court without entering the referee process. In this case, the authors may arrange and resubmit the article within 3 weeks.
The similarity rate from a single source should be 5% or less.
Editors may conduct similarity checks during or after the arbitration process.