This Journal operates a single blind review process.
1. Initial review
All manuscripts are initially evaluated by the editor. The editor uses a web-based program Academic Misconduct Literature Check(AMLC) (http://check.cnki.net/amlc2/) which compares documents and marks similarities as a possible instance of plagiarism, and checks the suitability for the purpose and scope of the journal.
2. Peer review
The manuscript deemed suitable enters into the peer review process. The editorial department selects expert reviewers to assess the scientific quality of the manuscript. According to the innovation, scientificity and practicability of the manuscript, a reviewer evaluates the manuscript and gives an objective and fair opinion.
3. Final decision
The editorial board is responsible for the final decision on the acceptance or rejection of the manuscript.
The referees’ comments usually will be returned to the principal/corresponding author(s) in two months.