The ARPN shall not accept or publish
manuscripts in its online journals without prior peer review. There shall be a
review process of manuscripts by one or more independent referees who are
conversant in the pertinent subject area.
Editors of ARPN journals shall follow the review process which shall be
Authors should strive for maximum clarity of expression, bearing in mind that
the purpose of publication is the disclosure of technical knowledge and that
an excessively complex or poorly written presentation can only obscure the
significance of the work presented. Material which is not essential to the
continuity of the text (e.g., proofs, derivations, or calculations) be placed
Referees shall treat the contents of papers under review as privileged
information not to be disclosed to others before publication. It is expected
that no one with access to a paper under review will make any inappropriate
use of the special knowledge which that access provides. Contents of abstracts
submitted to conference program committees shall be regarded as privileged as
well, and handled in the same manner.
Periodicals which are published shall have a review policy that ensures the
quality of the papers. This policy should be generally consistent with the
ARPN review policy contained in Policy
“Publication Standards for Authors, Editors and Referees”.
The editor evaluates the recommendation and notifies the author of
the manuscript status. The manuscript may be:
publication as is
publication with minor changes, with no re-review necessary
publication after substantial revision and additional review, or
The comments of the anonymous reviewers will be forwarded to
the authors, and when the authors are ready to submit their revised manuscript, read the
comments of the editors and reviewers, and respond to them by telling what
modifications they have made in their manuscript or why they have not made the
suggested changes. Note that revisions must be completed and submitted within
two weeks after the authors received the reviewers' comments. Late manuscripts may be
Material which has been previously copyrighted, published, or accepted for
publication will not be considered for publication in the journals.
The review process shall ensure that all authors have equal opportunity for
publication of their papers. Acceptance and scheduling of publication of papers
in these periodicals shall not be impeded by added criteria and procedures
beyond those contained in the review process.
Electronic File Formats
For journals' production, the Microsoft Word files (.Doc) be submitted. There are many different graphics formats,
but the general rule is that if you can insert a file into Microsoft Word files,
then we will probably be able to use that file
in our process.