The scientific ethics code is a statement of the ethical code of all parties involved in publishing scientific journals. The parties involved in publishing scientific journals are a manager, editor, reviewer, and author.
The Ethics Code of Scientific Publication Statement is based on the Regulation of Head of LIPI No. 5 of 2014 about the Ethics Code of Scientific Publication. The Ethical Code of Scientific Publication upholds three ethical values in the publication:
Journal Management’s duties and responsibilities
Editor’s duties and responsibility
Reviewer's duties and responsibilities
Author’s duties and responsibility
Mechanical Xplore Journal is part of CrossCheck, a programme that helps editors check the originality of submitted manuscripts. Selected manuscripts are scanned and compared against the CrossCheck database as part of the process.
Plagiarism occurs when an author claims credit for someone else's work. This is a duplicate publication when an author reuses significant portions of their own previously published work without adequately referencing it. This can include anything to publish the same paper in multiple journals, which involves authors adding small amounts of new data to an existing article.
CALL FOR PAPER
Dear Colleagues, we invite the academic community and industry researchers to share their R&D experiences for the next issue: Vol 2 No 1 (2021).
Open access—free for readers and free of article processing charges (APC).
Continuous publication—accepted articles will be published soon.
Proofreading service—accepted articles will receive proofreading services financed by the journal.