Publication Ethics: Plagiarism
is strictly forbidden
Ethical conduct is the most essential virtual of any
academic. Any act of plagiarism is a totally
unacceptable academic misconduct and cannot be
tolerated. So all submitted manuscripts should be
original, unpublished, experimental and theoretical. If
an author is found to commit an act of plagiarism, the
following acts of sanction will be taken if the author
is found to commit an act of plagiarism:
I. The authors' supervisor(s) and affiliated
institution(s)/Universities will be informed about
their/his/her act of plagiarism
II. The article will be rejected or be deleted from the
III. The authors' act of plagiarism will be reported to
the appropriate overseeing office of academic ethics and
research funding agency.
Full Paper Review Process
ICDMM operates a system of double-blind peer review. A submitted paper is assessed by at least two reviewers.
When papers are submitted, they are immediately reviewed in-house to see if they conform to accepted academic norms, and to screen out incomplete or time-wasting submissions.
All papers which have passed this initial review are then assigned to two reviewers. Each reviewer is asked to read the paper thoroughly and then give comments in the review form.
Notification of Acceptance or Rejection
Full Paper authors are usually informed of acceptance or rejection within four weeks of full papers submission.
Accepted authors will receive an email notifying them of the results, as well as an official letter of acceptance and review form as PDFs.
Abstract authors are usually informed of acceptance or rejection within two or three weeks of abstract submission.
Accepted authors will receive an email notifying them of the results, as well as an official letter of acceptance as a PDF.