Financiers and other associations usually want the research articles that are funded by themselves to be presented free of charge as online or “open access”. The best manner to provide openness to your article or to ensure its reusability is to publish it as Open Access.
Before the 2000s, Open Access meant content that was freely available without any price. Nowadays, this type of Open Access is mentioned as Free Open Access. Over time, the concept of Open Access has become more widely accepted. There was a need to be clear about the level of permission that users should be allowed to use articles. This meant that the rights of users had to be clearly stated.
"Open Access" is a term that covers both Gratis and Libre Open Access. While "Gratis" open access means free online access, "Libre" open access means free online access as well as some usage rights.Communications in Advanced Mathematical Sciences
, in addition, to publishing scientific research, offers this research free of charge by adopting the principle that providing information free of charge will increase its global sharing and the policy of providing open access. Moreover, it provides instant open access to its content.
The journal is open access, and the entire content of the journal is provided free of charge to the reader or to the organization to which the reader belongs. Without permission from the publisher or the author and except for commercial purposes, the readers can read, download, copy, search, and provide links to the full text of the journal articles. They can also rearrange them, provided that the original work is properly cited.
This policy is in line with the Budapest Open Access Initiative (BOAI) definition, and the Communications in Advanced Mathematical Sciences
has also signed the BOAI.Privacy Statement
The names and email addresses entered in the Communications in Advanced Mathematical Sciences
site will be used exclusively for the stated purposes of this journal and will not be made available for any other purpose or to any other party. The corresponding author is responsible for ensuring that the article has been seen and approved by all the other authors.Archive
Our journal’s archive policy involves these:
• Our journal, allows the journal authors to archive their articles on their personal website and/or to use the latest published version of the article for archiving in an institutional pool.
• The authors can archive their articles by themselves in archives that are open to the public and/or have a commercial base.
• There is no restriction period for the authors. However, the source where it was published must be indicated and there must be a link to the URL of the article in the journal or the DOI number of the article.
• The authors can download the article as a PDF document. The authors are allowed to send copies of the article to their colleagues without any restriction.
• Articles published in our journal are archived in DergiPark pages.
For details see the Archive Policy