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Proceedings of ICSV are published annually by The International Institute of Acoustics and Vibration (IIAV) as part of the material produced for each International Congress on Sound and Vibration. IIAV is committed to upholding the highest standards of publication ethics. In order to provide our readers with a publication of highest quality we state the following principles of Publication Ethics and Malpractice Statement. All articles not in accordance with these standards will be removed from the publication if malpractice is discovered at any time even after the publication. The Proceedings of ICSV will check for plagiats and research fabrication (making up research data); falsification (manipulation of existing research data, tables, or images) and improper use of humans or animals in research. In accordance with the code of conduct we will report any cases of suspected plagiarism or duplicate publishing. IIAV reserves the right to use plagiarism detecting software to screen submitted papers at all times.
Authors must ensure that they have written original works as well as objectively discuss its significance. In addition they must ensure that the manuscript has not been issued elsewhere. Any work or words of other authors, contributors, or sources should be appropriately credited and referenced. Authors should not concurrently submit the same manuscript for publishing to other journals, or conference proceedings. It is also expected that the author(s) will not publish redundant manuscripts, or manuscripts describing the same research in several publishing venues, after the initial manuscript has been accepted for publication. Authors are also responsible for language editing before submitting the paper. Authors submitting their works to the Proceedings for publication as original articles confirm that the submitted works represent their authors’ contributions and have not been copied or plagiarized in whole or in part from other works without clearly citing. Any work or words of other authors, contributors, or sources (including online sites) should be appropriately credited and referenced. All authors should disclose financial or other conflict of interest that might influence the results or interpretation of their manuscript (financial support for the project should be disclosed). Authorship should be limited only to those who have made a significant contribution to conceiving, designing, executing and/or interpreting the submitted study. All those who have significantly contributed to the study should be listed as co-authors. The corresponding author should also ensure that all the authors and co-authors have seen and approved the final submitted version of the manuscript and their inclusion as co-authors. An author agrees to the license agreement before submitting the article. All articles must be submitted using online submission procedure. Submitting a paper simultaneously to more than one publication at a time is a breach of publications ethics.
For those articles submitted for publication as peer-reviewed papers, editors must ensure a fair peer-review. For other articles submitted for publication in the Proceedings, editors must ensure a fair peer-review of their abstracts. They will strive to prevent any potential conflict of interests between the author and review personnel. Editors will also ensure that all the information related to submitted manuscripts is kept as confidential before publishing. Reviewers evaluate manuscripts based on content without regard to ethnic origin, gender, sexual orientation, citizenship, religious belief or political philosophy of the authors. They must evaluate the submitted works objectively as well as present clearly their opinions on the works in a clear way in the review form. A reviewer who feels unqualified to review the research reported in a manuscript or knows that its prompt review will be impossible should notify the editors and excuse himself from the review process.