Plagiarism

 | Post date: 2023/07/23 | 
Plagiarism is a serious breach of publication ethics. It involves using text or data from another source, whether you’re own or someone else's, without proper citation and acknowledgment. You can quote a small amount of text, but you must clearly indicate the original source. You cannot present false or stolen data as your own. The Editorial Board will use appropriate software to detect any plagiarism and will notify the author(s) and reject the manuscript if plagiarism is confirmed. We will adhere to COPE’s code of conduct and flowcharts for any cases of plagiarism in submitted or published papers.
 

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