Peer Review Process
GUIDELINES FOR REVIEWERS
The following guidelines may be of assistance for reviewing a paper submitted to JART:
- Technical quality: It should be judged based on novelty, originality, and clarity of presentation.
- Interest for readers: It should fall within the scope of the journal and it should be of interest, from an academic or industrial point of view, for the readers of the journal.
- Need for modification: Even though the paper is well written in general, it may need to be improved (technically, spelling, punctuation, grammar, etc.).
- Acceptability for publication: An overall judgement is required. The paper may be accepted as presented, require major or minor modifications or it should be rejected.
- General comments: the paper can be well written and technically correct; however, comments made by the reviewer can improve the quality of the manuscript. Regardless the reviewer’s recommendation (accepted, major revision required, minor revision required, rejected), we encourage to include them.