The policy of the editorial board of the scientific journal "Reports of BSUIR" (hereinafter - the editorial board) is developed in accordance with the principles adopted by the Committee on Ethics of Scientific Publications (Committeeon Publication Ethics, COPE).
The activity of the editorial board is aimed at informing specialists in the field of technical, physical and mathematical and chemical sciences about actual achievements in the field of electronics, radiophysics, radio engineering and informatics.
The procedure for accepting and evaluating articles submitted for publication in the scientific journal «Doklady BGUIR» is determined by the editorial board and is open.
In the course of its work, the editorial board assesses the relevance, originality, reliability and scientific significance of the results set forth in the articles submitted for publication in the scientific journal "Reports of the Belarusian State University of Information Technologies".
The editorial board is responsible for the quality of published scientific articles and does not allow publication of an article whose content contradicts the norms of the legislation of the Republic of Belarus.
ETHICAL PRINCIPLES FOR THE EDITORIAL BOARD MEMBERS
In the course of their work the members of the editorial board are guided by the following ethical principles:
- ensuring the confidentiality of information stated in the articles accepted for publication but not yet published in the scientific journal «Doklady BGUIR»;
- protection of information that constitutes the personal data of authors and reviewers of articles submitted for publication in the scientific journal «Doklady BGUIR»;
- assistance in the protection of copyright;
- rejection of the manuscript of the article in case of plagiarism or revealing the contents of published earlier results;
- Editorial objectivity;
- introduction of editorial corrections into the article on their preliminary agreement with the authors.
ETHICAL PRINCIPLES FOR REVIEWERS
In the course of their work reviewers of articles submitted for publication in the scientific journal «Doklady BGUIR» should be guided by the following ethical principles:
- accepting for review only those articles, the subjects of which are related to their competence;
- ensuring the confidentiality of the information contained in the articles accepted for reviewing, and the non-use of this information in their personal interests;
- Execution of the review of articles in the terms established by the editorial board;
- objectivity of reviewing;
- constructiveness of comments made to the materials of peer-reviewed articles;
- informing the editorial board about the possibility of a conflict of interest in the case of publication of peer-reviewed articles;
- Independence of the results of reviewing articles from departmental affiliation, nationality, gender, religious and / or political beliefs of their authors.
ETHICAL PRINCIPLES FOR THE AUTHORS OF ARTICLES
The editorial board expects authors of articles submitted for publication in the scientific journal «Doklady BGUIR», observance of the following principles:
- compliance of article materials with morality, ethics and legislation of the Republic of Belarus
- originality and scientific significance of research, the results of which are set out in articles;
- Confirmation of the reliability of the results obtained by presenting in the articles the methodologies used in the course of the experiments;
- the objectivity of assessing the scientific significance of research, the results of which are set forth in the articles;
- submission as co-authors of articles of all persons who have made a significant contribution to the research process, the results of which are set out in the articles;
- the timeliness of informing the editorial board about the errors found in the texts of articles and distorting the essence of the results obtained, interaction with the editorial board with a view to eliminating these errors or withdrawing the article from consideration;
- presentation in the articles of bibliographic references to the most significant scientific works used during the research;
- absence of plagiarism in articles.