Peer Review Process
The ADRRI Journal (Advances in Science, Engineering, and Artificial Intelligence) employs a double-blind peer-review process for the evaluation of manuscripts before publication. The journal maintains stringent standards for the quality of published content by engaging experts in the field to review and provide comments on submitted manuscripts. The peer-review process of the ADRRI Journal is outlined through the following steps:
Submission of Paper: Authors or corresponding authors submit their papers through the journal's online system. In exceptional cases, submissions via email are accepted, but the entire review process is conducted using the Journal Online System.
Editorial Office Assessment: The journal examines the composition and arrangement of the papers to ensure compliance with the guidelines outlined in the required sections and styles.
Appraisal by the Editor-in-Chief: The editor-in-chief evaluates whether the submitted papers are original, appropriate, and sufficient. Papers not meeting these requirements may face rejection.
Assignment of an Associate Editor: The Editor-in-Chief assigns an Associate Editor from the ADRRI Journal (Advances in Science, Engineering, and Artificial Intelligence) to oversee the peer-review process at this stage.
Invitation to Reviewers: Invitations are extended to individuals deemed suitable to review the manuscript based on their expertise. Potential reviewers evaluate the invitation considering their own expertise, conflicts of interest, and availability, deciding whether to accept or decline.
Review Process: Reviewers allocate time to thoroughly read the paper, forming an initial impression during the first read. Reviewers may reject the paper at this stage if significant problems are identified; otherwise, they conduct additional readings, noting salient points. The review is then submitted to the journal with a recommendation, including whether to accept, reject, or request revisions.
Evaluation of Reviews: The journal evaluates all returned reviews before reaching a final judgment or decision.
Communication of Decision: The decision, along with any pertinent reviewer comments, is communicated to the author by the editor through the Journal Online System.