The editorial policy of the journal "Mathematical modeling and Computational methods" follows the recommendations of the International Committee of Publication Ethics (СОРЕ ).

The principles of professional ethics in the work of the editorial board and the publisher

The Editorial Board (Editor) in our work is guided by modern legal requirements of the legislation of the Russian Federation in respect of copyright, plagiarism and ethical principles, supported by the community of the leading publishers of scientific journals, and is responsible for the publication of original works, which imposes the necessity of following fundamental principles:

  • the relevance and originality of the research;
  • the reliability of the results and the scientific significance of the work performed;
  • the recognition of the contribution of other researchers considered subjects and obligatory presence of references to use the work;
  • representation of the sponsors of all the participants who have made a significant contribution to the ongoing research and approval submitted to the publication of all the co-authors;
  • immediate action to correct the detected authored or edited identified significant errors and inaccuracies.

Unpublished data obtained from the manuscripts submitted for consideration should not be used or disclosed to third parties without the prior written consent of the author. Information or ideas obtained in the course of editing, must be kept confidential.

The editor should not allow the publication of information, if there is reason to believe that it is a plagiarism or contain materials prohibited for publication.

The editor together with the publisher must not leave unanswered the claim relating to the examination of manuscripts or published materials as well as the detection of a conflict to take all necessary measures to restore the violated rights.

The principles of ethics in the work of the reviewer

The reviewer provides scientific expertise copyright material, so that its actions should be impartial in nature, is to perform the following principles:

  • the manuscript received for review must regarded as a confidential document, which can not be transferred for review and discussion to third parties without the consent of the editorial board;
  • the reviewer is obliged to give an objective and reasoned assessment of study results. Personal criticism of the author is unacceptable;
  • unpublished data obtained from submitted to the consideration of the manuscripts should not be used by the reviewer for personal purposes.

A reviewer who has, in his opinion, qualified to evaluate a manuscript, or can not be objective, for example in the case of a conflict of interest with the author or organization should inform the editor asking its exclusion from the process of reviewing this manuscript.

Principles of Ethics in the activities of the author's scientific publications

The author (or group of authors) is personally responsible for the novelty and validity of the results of scientific research, which involves the following principles:

  • Authors articles must provide valid research results. Knowingly false or fraudulent statements are unacceptable;
  • The authors must guarantee the originality of the study results, outlined in the submitted manuscript. Borrowed fragments or statements must be issued with the obligatory indication of the author and the source. Excessive borrowing and plagiarism in any form, including unregistered quote, paraphrase or assignment of the rights to the results of other people's research is unethical and unacceptable;
  • in the article should be submitted references to works that have value in the study;
  • The authors do not have to submit to the magazine the manuscript that was sent to another journal and is under consideration, as well as an article already published in another journal;
  • co-author must indicate all persons who have made significant contributions to the study; among the sponsors of unacceptable indicate persons who are not involved in the study;
  • if the author finds significant errors or inaccuracies in the article at the stage of its consideration or after its publication, he should notify the editorial office of the journal as soon as possible;
  • Аuthors should disclose in their manuscript any financial or other substantive conflict of interest that might be construed to influence the results or interpretation of their manuscript. All sources of financial support for the project should be disclosed.

Code of ethics of scientific publications is developed and approved by the Committee on Publication Ethics.