Plagiarism Policy

In order to ensure the quality of published materials and copyright compliance, all manuscripts submitted to the editors are tested for plagiarism (borrowing) and only after that are sent for review.

From the point of view of the editorial board, plagiarism is:

• use (literal quotation) of any materials in any volume without specifying the source;

• use of images, drawings, photographs, tables, graphs, charts, and any other forms of graphical representation of information without source indications;

• use of images, drawings, photographs, tables, graphs, charts and any other forms of graphical presentation of information, published in scientific and popular publications without the consent of the copyright holder;

• use of materials without written permission of which the authors or copyright holders prohibit the use of their materials without special approval.Articles containing less than 70% of a unique text are not published in the journal.

Check the materials for the presence of borrowing.

All manuscripts submitted to the editors of the journal are tested in the Antiplagiat system for the presence of texts on the Internet (through search engines).

In case the editorial staff has grounds for more detailed verification, additional tools are used to search for borrowings. English manuscripts are checked by the CrossCheck system.