Communications in Nonlinear Analysis (CNA) is an international research journal devoted to the publication of significant articles in all areas and sub-areas of nonlinear analysis and applications. Surveys will not be accepted. Submitted papers must be correct, original, nontrivial, and well-written. Badly written papers will be automatically dismissed at the discretion of the editor-in-chief. All manuscripts are refereed under the same standards as those used by the finest-quality printed mathematical journals.
Communications in Nonlinear Analysis is open access and affering academic researchers an open-access venue for publishing their work allows them to increase citations and establish their academic reputation in an increasingly competitive publishing environment.
CNA follows a stringent peer review policy. Each article is first evaluated by the editor-in-chief for the originality and scientific rigor of its research. If it passes this first test, the editor-in-chief assigns at least two peer reviewers, to determine whether it meets the rigorous scientific standards, whether it requires revisions, or whether it should be rejected. Only original material that meets ISRP editorial standards will be published.
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Authors cannot submit a manuscript for publication to other journals simultaneously. It is a waste of valuable resources because editors and referees spent a great deal of time processing submitted manuscripts. It is also unethical to republish similar research articles (text/figures/tables) again because journals have limited page space and it most likely violates copyrights that have already been transferred to the first journal. Therefore, all journals require a signed author's copyright transfer agreement stating the originality of the research work submitted through a manuscript. As stated above that authors should submit original, new, and unpublished research work to the journal. Ethical issues such as plagiarism, fraudulent and duplicate publication, violation of copyrights, authorship, and conflict of interest are serious issues concerning ethical integrity when submitting a manuscript to a journal for publication.
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