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TitleAuthors!The instructions for the preparation and use of reviews.
The reviewer selects one of the items in each block, labeling it by the mark "X", or provides scores characterizing the degree of article compliance with the requirements. If necessary, the authors' attention can be paid to non-compliance or insufficient implementation of the specific requirements underlining them in the text of the review or providing comments and advice to authors in writing form.
The authors should correct the article according to the reviewers' comments, specifying in a covering letter what improvements are made, or convincingly explain the refusal to make changes to the reviewer and editor.
I. General properties of a paperMark by "X" marker not more
than one item in each block(I am an expert in the paper area.I have no any conflict of interest (friendship or collaboration) with authors of a paper).Author's levelExpert on the paper subject.Engineer, practical specialist.Diletant, non specialist.Paper type Research (reports new research in a detailed form).Letter (short paper, describing new research but not in as much detail as in a full paper).Review (paper, reviewing progress in an area and collecting together results which appear in obscure or difficult-to-obtain publications).Work typeTheoretical.Practical.Problem decision level of a paper Breakthrough (It solves an open problem which has resisted attack by the concerted effort of a substantial part of the community for a considerable period of time).Ground-breaking (It opens up a field so far not well explored or understood, and lays a firm foundation).Progress (It raises and solves important new open problems, or solves open problems that have recently been posed).Reprise (It provides a superior proof of a known result).Tinkering (It extends a known result by a more careful but non-obvious analysis).Debugging (It elucidates and repairs a previously undiscovered flaw in published work).Author misconduct and fraudPaper contains misrepresentation or fabrication of results.PlagiarismThe paper use of someone elses prior ideas, processes, results, or words without explicitly acknowledging the original author and source or the paper is a duplicate submission into several different journals (self-plagiarism).
Rate (2 - poor, 3 - fair, 4 - good, 5 - excellent) item in each block (Clarity of definitionsThe ideas, methods, models, and results are expressed clearly and concisely, and thr essence of contribution to the science is defined.CompactnessPaper does not contain redundant information.CompletenessPaper covers the cycle of holistic research, starting with problem statement and completed by reliable solution to this problem, includes all relevant proofs and/or experimental data, a thorough discussion of connections with the existing literature, and a convincing discussion of the motivations and implications of the presented work.CorrectnessThe paper contains both the results and the proofs. The material, mathematics, and statistics are correct in the paper. The proofs are convincing. The analysis was done correctly and it's results were correctly interpreted. There is no any errors, flaws and mistakes in the paper.Figures and, tablesTables and figures are useful for accurate reproduction, appropriate, adequate, essential, correct, informative, eligible, meaningful, clear, well labeled and referred in the text . They describe the data accurately and relevant to the discussion in the text.FormattingFormatting is appropriate.ImportanceThe research and the presented solutions are important. The paper is clearly indicates why this work is important.Interesting The paper contains novel ideas, is applicable to real-world situations, contains new experimentally obtained data and dependences, closely related to the scope and auditorium of a journal.LanguageThe paper is understandable and has no orthographical, grammatical and stylistic errors.LengthThe length of the paper is appropriate.NotationThe symbols are adequately defined.Novelty and OriginalityThe paper is novel, original and contains new material (problem, goal, and results or innovative methods and approaches), any parts of which are not published before. The results are not trivial extensions or combinations of old results.ProblemnessThe paper is devoted to solving of some problem. It reveals its essence and gives ways of solving.Relevance The paper is relevant to the journal scope and audience is complete, not requiring propping up by other work to permit understanding of the disclosure.RepetitionThe significant parts of the paper were not previously published.ScientismPaper considers scientific aspects of the problem, even if the problem has practical importance.SoundnessThe paper is technically accurate, sound, depth, complete and results are substantiated by scientific instruments, by mathematical conclusion, experimentally, or by mathematical modeling in order that they can be considered to be sufficiently reliable. The concepts are correct and accurate. The used approach is sufficient for the goal and the methods of approach are valid and can be ferret out from the mathematical formulas.StructurednessPaper is clearly structured and contains conventional in scientific publications sections.TimelinessThe research is reported timely and it is fit with recent developments or recent interest from the science community in related subject areas. TopicalityPaper is of interest to the scientific community in terms of the current development of science and technology.
II. Structural elements of a paper
Rate (2 - poor, 3 - fair, 4 - good, 5 - excellent)
item in each block (TitleTitle is clearly describe the paper and reflect it's contents. AbstractThe abstract starting the scope of the paper and summarizing the author's conclusions. It contain the essential information and reflect the content of the paper.KeywordsThe number of keywords is enough. They are informative.IntroductionThe Introduction describes what the author hoped to achieve, accurately and clearly state the problem and the framework of research.Goal and problem statementThe goal of the paper is clear, significant and real. The problem is clearly stated.Literature review The literature review is thorough given the objectives.ContentThe coverage of the topic is sufficiently comprehensive, structured and balanced. The main sections are clear and follow in a logical order.ExperimentsThe actual execution of the research is correct. The simulation methodology is described in sufficient detail to convince the reader that the results are valid, and for stochastic simulations, the confidence intervals for the results are given. The design of experiment is suitable for answering the question posed. The equipment and materials have been adequately described. The sampling have been appropriate. The paper make it clear what type of data was recorded and has the author been precise in describing measurements. The author is accurately explain how the data was collected.Results / 57C;LB0B8 / 57C;LB0BKThe results are plausible, possible, novel, interesting and significant, and backed up with evidence.
They are clearly laid out and in a logical sequence. The results consistent with the assumptions and/or with observed facts or measurements. The applications or implications of the results are described.DiscussionThe Discussion contains an interpretation of results, reflects what the data in the paper report, describes why these results were obtained and does them support or contradict previous theories, indicates how the results relate to expectations and to earlier research, and show distinctions between this and previous works.Conclusions The conclusions are carefully written, drawn from the results, adequate, summarize what has been learned and why it is interesting and useful, and explain how the research has moved the body of scientific knowledge forward.ReferencesThe references are accurate, complete, comprehensive, appropriate, and sufficient to provide background and put the work in context. The reference list is adequate and correctly cited, and includes the most recent, old and most appropriate works.
III. Recommendation for publicationMark by "X" one item(Acceptwithout any revisions.after revision.Resubmit after revision.Reject.Paper is so poorly written and presented that contribution, if any, is obscure.Results are not correct, and there is no obvious way to correct them.Results are already known. They may be found in references listed in the review.Paper is not suitable for the journal scope.
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