Copyright and Licensing

Copyright and Licensing

Copyright is a form of original works protection of authorship published in the journal but the copyright does not protect facts, ideas, systems, or methods of operation. We publish articles into three categories: for subscribers only, registered readers and open access. Chief Editor will decide which articles fall to which category. For the first two categories the copyright of the final published version is transferred from author to journal publisher. The publisher has rights to:

  • reproduce the work in copies.
  • make derivative works.
  • distribute the work in copies to the public
  • perform the work publicly.
  • display the work publicly.

However, the main or corresponding author could make self-archiving and must email to request permission prior to the archiving