Plagiarism Policy

The Earthline Journal of Mathematical Sciences is unwavering in its commitment to publish exclusively original content. All submitted manuscripts must represent original works that have neither been published elsewhere nor are concurrently under consideration in any other journal, conference proceedings, or books.

To maintain this commitment, the EJMS employs Crossref’s Similarity Check Powered by iThenticate software to meticulously screen all submitted papers. This tool identifies instances of overlapping and similar text within submitted manuscripts.

In cases where plagiarism is detected, prompt and decisive action will be taken, encompassing but not limited to the following measures:

  1. Retraction: The implicated paper will be promptly retracted from the online system, reviews, and any other processing stages.

  2. Blacklisting: The author(s) found responsible will be blacklisted, leading to their exclusion from future submissions.

  3. Rejection: All other manuscripts submitted by the implicated author(s) will be rejected.

This stringent policy safeguards the integrity of the journal and upholds the principles of originality and ethical scholarship.