Editorial Policy

Initial Screening:

Upon receipt of an article, the Editorial Staff will review the submission for compatibility with the scope of the Earthline Journal of Mathematical Sciences and assess its originality. If the article's contents are outside the scope of the journal or if plagiarism is detected, the article will be returned to the author. Conversely, if the article is deemed original and falls within the scope of the Earthline Journal of Mathematical Sciences, it will proceed to the next stage for External Peer Review.

External Peer Review:

During the submission process, authors have the option to suggest a minimum of two or more potential referees who can evaluate the manuscript. These referees should not have collaborated with or been co-authors of any of the submitting authors. Additionally, they must belong to a different institution and provide an institutional email address. The handling Editor may or may not contact the suggested referees. Referees assigned to review the manuscript are expected to submit their reports within a six-week timeframe. The feedback provided by the referees assists the handling Editor in making a decision.

In the event that a revision is recommended, the handling Editor may advise the authors to make the necessary revisions based on the suggestions and comments provided by the referees. Following the revisions, the same referee(s) will re-evaluate the revised paper. If a clear recommendation for publication is received, the article will undergo formatting according to the journal's guidelines, and galley proofs will be sent to the corresponding authors for any required corrections. Once all the formalities are completed, the article will be published online within seven working days.