JITA Publication Ethics

JITA is a journal published in two numbers in one volume (year), namely Period I in January and Period II in July. JITA publishes scientific writings of thought, literature studies, and research in the field of Computer Science. JITA is a journal with a blind review system which is an important aspect in the dissemination of knowledge. The realization of a scientific approach can be supported by writing the results of a blind review. The writing quality of the authors and their affiliations is reflected in the publications. Considering and considering some of these things, it is necessary to have a standardization of behavior/ethics for all related parties in the publication of articles in the JITA Journal. The related parties include: the chief of the journal, the editor of the journal, the reviewer/bestari partner, and the author. The JITA Journal's ethical guidelines for publication are in line with Elsevier's publication ethics.

Ethical Standards for JITA Chiefs and Editors

  1. Subject to Publication Decisions Chief JITA is responsible for deciding which articles will be processed and published in the journal. This decision is based on the validation of the article related to the specified scope and the contribution and significance of the article for researchers in particular and readers in general. In carrying out their duties, the Chief and Editor of the Journal are guided by the policies of the editorial board and are subject to and comply with legal provisions that need to be enforced such as defamation, copyright infringement, and plagiarism. Editors can discuss with other editors and journal managers or other reviewers in making these decisions

  2. Objective Assessment The Chief and Editor of JITA conduct reviews and evaluations of the submitted manuscripts based on their intellectual content without discrimination in religion, ethnicity, ethnicity, gender, nation, and others.

  3. Maintaining Confidentiality The Chief and the editorial staff maintain the confidentiality of manuscripts that have been received and may not provide any information regarding the manuscript to anyone other than the authors, reviewers, prospective reviewers, and the editorial board.

  4. Avoiding Conflicts of Interest The content contained in every article that is accepted by JITA editorial and has not been published may not be used for research/research/other interests personally by the editor concerned without including the written permission of the author concerned. Information or ideas obtained through blind reviews must be kept confidential and not used for personal gain. Editors must refuse to review a manuscript if the editor has a conflict of interest, due to a competitive, collaborative, or other relationship with the author, company, or institution with which the manuscript is related.

  5. Collaborating in Investigations If there are deviations and complaints about publication ethics related to manuscripts that have been submitted or have been published in JITA, the Chief and Editor must take responsive steps to deal with them. The editor can contact the manuscript writer and give consideration to the complaint. In addition, the editor can also communicate further to the institution/affiliation of the author or related research institutions. When the complaint has been resolved, matters such as publication of corrections, withdrawals, statements of concern, or other records, need to be considered.