Etik İlkeler ve Yayın Politikası

Journal of Advances in Artificial Intelligence Research aim at publishing original research material, which has neither been submitted elsewhere for publication, nor has been published anywhere. If the proper ethics are not followed by the authors, sanctions will be imposed on them. Following are the cases, which if true, will incur sanctions
Plagiarism: If the manuscripts are found to have been plagiarized from other articles, whether published or unpublished.
Duplicate/Multiple Submission(s): Manuscripts that are either found to have been submitted elsewhere or published elsewhere. If authors have used their own work, either previously submitted or published, as the basis for a submitted manuscript, they are required to cite the previous work. They also need to indicate how novel contributions are offered in their submitted manuscript, over and above those of the previous work.
Citation Manipulation: Manuscripts that are found to include citations, whose only purpose is to increase the number of citations to a certain author’s work, or to articles published in some particular journal. If the manuscript is a continuation of author’s earlier published or unpublished work, then relevant references should certainly be cited.
Data Fabrication and Falsification: Fabrication and/or falsified experimental results, including the manipulation of images.
Improper Author Contribution or Attribution:

  • Noteworthy scientific contribution must have been made, by all listed authors, to the research in the manuscript.
  • Anyone, who made a noteworthy scientific contribution, including students and laboratory technicians, should be listed.

Redundant Publications: Redundant publications involve the inappropriately dividing the outcomes of a study, into several articles.
Sanctions: If violations are found, of any of the above-mentioned policies, one or more of the following sanctions will be applied.

  • Immediate rejection of the infringing manuscript
  • Immediate rejection of every other manuscript submitted to Advances in Artificial Intelligence Research by any of the authors of the infringing manuscript
  • Prohibition against all of the authors for any new submissions in Advances in Artificial Intelligence Research, either individually or in combination with other authors of the infringing manuscript, as well as in combination with any other authors. This prohibition will be imposed for a minimum of 36 months
  • Prohibition against all of the authors from serving on the Editorial Board of Journal of Advances in Artificial Intelligence Research.

The above sanctions are applicable even if the violations occurred in a journal published by Journal of Advances in Artificial Intelligence Research.
In situations where the infringement of the above policies is observed to be especially severe, the journal reserves the right to impose further penalties, over and above those mentioned above.
Effective studies are studies that embody and support the scientific method. It is important that all stakeholders (writers, readers and researchers, publishers, referees and editors) in this point must comply with the standards for ethical principles. Within the framework of the Advances in Artificial Intelligence Research publication, all stakeholders are expected to carry out the following ethical responsibilities.


Authors' Ethical Responsibilities

  1. The work submitted for publication must have not been published in another magazine or submitted at the same time. Each application can be started following the completion of the previous application. Published work in another magazine cannot be sent to AAIR.
  2. Author (s) are required to make use of and / or quote in a complete and accurate way in order to benefit from other studies or to use other studies. In writing citation and bibliography, the IEEE editorial guidelines should be considered.
  3. If all work submitted for publication is to constitute a conflict of interest, and if relevant, should be indicated.
  4. The author (s) may request raw data on their framing of evaluation processes; in such a case the author (s) should be ready to submit the expected data and information to the editorial board.
  5. The author (s) must have evidence that they have the necessary permissions for the use rights of the data used, research / measurement tools / analyzes.
  6. The author (s) has an obligation to cooperate with the editor in informing, correcting or withdrawing the journal editor or publisher if he / she finds a mistake or error related to his / her early published or evaluation work.
  7. Authors cannot have their work in the application process of more than one magazine at the same time. Each application can be started following the completion of the previous application. Published work in another magazine cannot be sent to the magazine.

Referees' Ethical Responsibilities

  1. Admit only to evaluate the work related to the field of expertise.
  2. It should evaluate within impartiality and confidentiality.
  3. If he / she thinks that he / she is confronted with a conflict of interest during the evaluation process, he / she should refuse to examine the work and inform the editor of the journal.
  4. The privacy policy should destroy the work that has been reviewed by the review process. Only the final versions of the studies can be used after publication.
  5. Assessment should be done objectively only with respect to the content of the work. Nationality, gender, religious beliefs, political beliefs and commercial concerns should not allow it to influence the evaluation.
  6. Use a polite language when making an assessment. Avoid humiliating personal interpretations of hostility, slander and insults.
  7. The evaluation should be carried out on time and on the above ethical responsibility

Editors’ Ethical Responsibilities

  1. All publications are judged on the basis of their intellectual content, regardless of the author's gender, race, ethnicity, religion, citizenship and political values.
  2. Personal information about the articles is kept confidential.
  3. The conflict of interest observed regarding the article must be explained.
  4. The Editorial Board assumes the responsibility to make publishing decisions for the submitted articles, based on the evaluation of the candidate's articles, the editorial board policies of the journal, and the legally prohibited items against plagiarism and copyright infringement.