Author Guidelines

Authors should prepare the article using the Journal’s templates. The manuscript preparation rules, article templates (LaTeX and Microsoft Word), Copyright Form, and Response Letter can be accessed from the following links.

Author who submitted the article for publication manages all communication and correspondence with the JNT. To submit a manuscript, kindly login to https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/login

In the submission, Author should suggest at least two potential reviewers with full names, universities, and e-mail addresses. Proposed reviewers must be experienced researchers in the related area. Besides, these potential reviewers must not be co-authors, advisors, students, etc., of the Author. Please be aware that the assigned editor doesn’t have to use the list of recommended reviewers.

Author declares that the article is clean in terms of plagiarism. The legal and ethical responsibility of the article belongs to Author. Author also accept that the manuscript will be subjected to a plagiarism check using plagiarism detection software. 


Allowed Article Types

Research Article and Review


Submission Checklists

All Authors have read and approved the most recent version of the paper. 

The docx file has been uploaded as a Supporting File. / The tex file has been uploaded as a Latex Source File.

The paper (Full Text) and the Copyright Form are in PDF format. 

The Authors’ title has not been included in any personal information. 

All the Figures have been uploaded since the paper format is “tex”. / Any Figures have not been uploaded since the paper format is “docx”. 

The paper has been prepared using JNT’s template. 

The paper’s reference-excluded similarity rate by iThenticate or Turnitin is 30% or less. 

Any abbreviation has not taken part in the authors’ names and surnames.

The Authors’ ORCID numbers have been filled by right-clicking on the ORCID symbols and then clicking edit hyperlink (for docx).

The first or middle names have been unused in the text. For example, “Jassim proposes ...” have been used instead of “Jassim R. H. proposes ...”


Submission last step confirm text

The manuscript has been prepared using JNT’s template.

The manuscript’s similarity rate, excluding Sources less than 1% and Bibliography, on iThenticate is 30% or less.

My/our title(s) has not been included in any personal information, such as Prof, Mr, and Dr.

Any abbreviation has not taken part in my/our name(s) and surname(s).

The reviewers we suggest are not co-authors with us and not our colleagues in the same university, our master’s advisors, PhD supervisors, or students (current or old).


Necessary Files (When submitting the paper)

Full-Text File The manuscript (pdf)

Copyright Form The copyright form (pdf)

Latex Source File The manuscript (tex) OR Supporting file The manuscript (docx)

Figures For only LaTeX (pdf, png, etc.)

Supporting file(if any) For only LaTeX (bib)


Necessary Files (After revisions)

Full-Text File The revised manuscript (pdf)

Latex Source File The revised manuscript (tex) OR Supporting file The revised manuscript (docx)

Figures for only LaTeX (pdf, png, etc.)

Response to Reviewers The response letter (pdf)


Manuscript Preparation Rules for JNT

The manuscript should be prepared according to the templates provided on the webpage of JNT. Details of the rules are as follows:

Kindly ensure that your manuscript’s reference-excluded similarity rate by iThenticate or Turnitin is 30% or less. Moreover, add two Mathematics Subject Classification (2020) Numbers: Primary and Secondary, add your current ORCID number, an Introduction, and a Conclusion. Do not add an acknowledgement to editors or referees. Do not include your title in your personal information. Do not abbreviate your name and surname (first name, middle name (if any), and last name)

The manuscript should be prepared in British English and A4 size.
The manuscript should be prepared using LaTeX or Microsoft Word with Times New Roman or equivalent font.
Only boldface or italic forms should be used to emphasise.
The manuscript is written with 1,15-space and in one column.
The manuscript’s set margins are 2 cm, 2 cm, 2 cm, and 2 cm for the top, left, right, and bottom, respectively.

Table 1. Manuscript font sizes and formatting
Title 15 pt, bold, centre
Authors’ names 11 pt, bold, centre
Authors’ e-mails 10 pt, justify
Affiliations 10 pt, justify
Abstract Title 9 pt, bold, justify
Abstract Text 9 pt, justify
Keywords Title 9 pt, bold, italic, justify
Keyword Text 9 pt, italic, justify
Section Title 13 pt, bold, left-justified
Subsection Title 13 pt, bold, left-justified
Body Text 11 pt, justify
Definition, Theorem, etc. 11 pt, bold, justify
Figure and Table Titles 11 pt, bold
Figure and Table Texts 11 pt, centre
Footnote Text 10 pt, justify
Acknowledgements Title 13 pt, bold, justify
References Title 13 pt, bold, justify
References Text 11 pt, justify

Title, Author’s Information, Abstract and Keywords

Leave a space (24 nk) between the logo and title. The title of the article should be suitable for the contents of the article. It should be 15 pt, bold, centred, Capitalise the First Letter of Each Word except in, on, and, etc.
Leave a space (24 nk) between the title and the Author’s names and leave a space (18 nk) between the Author’s names and Abstract. Omit titles or degrees such as Dr., Prof., PhD, etc. Indicate the corresponding Author, the Author’s address, and the Author’s e-mail address with the footnote. Do not abbreviate your name and surname (first name, middle name (if any), and last name).
Abstracts and Keywords should be 9 pt. The paper may contain a maximum of six keywords.

Section and Text

Sections should be numbered consecutively with Arabic numerals.
All headings are bold, capitalise the first letter of each word and flush left.
In the Introduction, no indent the first paragraph but indent the others therein (0.75cm).
Leave a space (6 nk) before and after the paragraphs.
Referred equations must be numbered consecutively, with the numbers parenthesised at the end of the corresponding line flush right.

Mathematics

Referred equations should be referred to in the text by their number, such as “in Figure 1”.
Definition, Theorem, Proposition, Lemma, Corollary, Example and Remark should be 13pt, bold and flush left. Proof should be 11 pt (P), 7pt (ROOF), and flush left.
Leave a space (6 nk) before and after the equations.
The technical terms, symbols, abbreviations must be defined when used in the article.
All the mathematical expressions should be written by the equation editor. For example, A=cos3x+xA=cos⁡3x+x should be used instead of A = cos3x + x.

Figures and Tables

Figures and tables should be centred.
Tables and figures must be captioned and numbered.
Captions should be located under the figure and on top of the table and must be 11 pt.
Figures and tables should be referred to by the number in the text.

Footnotes

Footnote (if any) must be used in the paper and appears at the foot of the page typed in 10 pt and separated by a short line from the text.

Abbreviations

Abbreviations should be defined at first mention and used consistently after that.

Acknowledgements (if necessary)

All acknowledgements should be included at the end of the paper before the references and may include supporting grants, presentations, and so forth but not editor or referees. Do not number acknowledgements.

References

At the end of the manuscript, references should be listed in order of use and numbered consecutively enclosed in square brackets.
The citation of references in the text should be indicated by the same number enclosed in square brackets.