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Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
  • The submission is original and not under review elsewhere (any exceptions explained in Comments to the Editor).
  • The submission file is in Microsoft Word file format and is a Single manuscript as per the respective prescribed format for the selected article type.
  • The article includes declarations of competing interest, funding sources, and author contributions.
  • All figures in the article have a resolution ranging between 300-600 dpi.

Author Guidelines

Welcome to the Journal of Computers, Mechanical and Management (JCMM), where we strive to disseminate significant, novel findings across Basic Sciences, Engineering Disciplines, and Humanities and Management. We aim to foster academic discourse and contribute to the advancement of knowledge in a diverse range of fields.

Editorial Policy and Scope

JCMM is dedicated to publishing original research that significantly advances its field, offering fresh insights and novel findings. We embrace diversity in academic inquiry and accept a variety of manuscript types, including original articles, short communications, reviews, case reports, and letters to the editor. Our scope spans across a wide spectrum of scientific disciplines, reflecting our commitment to innovation and the expansion of knowledge.

Manuscript Submission and Review Process

The submission and review process at JCMM begins with a preliminary assessment, where submissions are screened for adherence to our journal’s scope and style. Manuscripts not meeting these criteria are promptly returned to authors for correction. Qualified manuscripts proceed to peer review, conducted by 2-4 independent experts over 2-3 months, ensuring thorough and unbiased evaluation. We place a high value on ethical considerations, excluding editors or reviewers with potential conflicts of interest from the review process to maintain the integrity of our evaluations.


Authors are required to secure permission for any previously published material (figures, tables, text) included in their submissions. Proof of such permissions must be provided at the time of submission, ensuring compliance with copyright laws and the integrity of intellectual property rights.

Ethics and Responsibility

The content published in JCMM reflects the views and findings of its authors. While we strive for accuracy in all published materials, JCMM, its editorial board, and its publisher cannot be held liable for the consequences of any misleading or inaccurate data. Authors are expected to adhere to high standards of academic integrity and ethics in their submissions.

Declarations of Funding and Conflicts of Interest

JCMM places a high emphasis on transparency and integrity in the academic publishing process. As part of this commitment, we require authors to provide comprehensive disclosures regarding the financial support and any potential conflicts of interest related to their submitted work.

Funding Disclosure: Authors must transparently disclose all sources of financial support that have contributed to their research. This includes identifying the funding organization(s) and grant number(s) where applicable. The role of the funding body in the research must be described, covering aspects such as study design, data collection, analysis, interpretation of data, writing of the report, and the decision to submit the article for publication. Should the research not have received specific funding, authors are required to include the following statement within their manuscript: "This research did not receive any specific grant from funding agencies in the public, commercial, or not-for-profit sectors." This ensures that readers are fully aware of the financial context in which the research was conducted, allowing them to assess the work with an understanding of potential influences or biases.

Conflict of Interest Disclosure: In addition to funding information, authors are required to disclose any circumstances or relationships that could be perceived as potential conflicts of interest. Conflicts of interest can arise from financial relationships (such as employment, consultancies, stock ownership, honoraria, and patents) or personal relationships that could influence (or appear to influence) the work. This includes any aspect of the research where personal advantage could be seen to compromise or bias professional judgments and objectivity. If no potential conflict of interest exists, authors should include the following statement to ensure transparency: "The authors declare that they have no known competing financial interests or personal relationships that could have appeared to influence the work reported in this paper."

These disclosures are not only vital for maintaining the trust of the scientific community and the public but also serve to uphold the integrity of the research itself. By providing a clear and honest declaration, authors contribute to a transparent scholarly environment where research can be evaluated on its merits, free from undue influence. JCMM appreciates the cooperation of its authors in adhering to these guidelines, which are designed to support the ethical dissemination of knowledge and foster trust in the academic publishing process.

Author Contributions

We adopt the Contributor Roles Taxonomy (CRediT) for detailing individual author contributions to the manuscript, ensuring transparent acknowledgment of authorship. This taxonomy covers roles from conceptualization and methodology to writing and funding acquisition.

Use of Generative AI

Authors are encouraged to disclose any use of generative AI in the manuscript writing process. While AI can enhance the quality of submissions, authors must maintain oversight and responsibility for the content, ensuring it meets JCMM's standards of accuracy and integrity.

Original Articles

Original Research Articles should include a comprehensive presentation of research findings, including an Introduction, Methods, Results, Discussion, and Conclusion. These manuscripts typically range from 3,000 to 6,000 words and include 3-5 figures or tables. Original Research Articles must be restricted to a maximum of 10 pages.

Review Articles

Review Articles aim to provide comprehensive overviews of specific research fields, synthesizing current knowledge and identifying future directions. These articles range from 4,000 to 8,000 words and include extensive reference lists to support the content. The review article must be restricted to a maximum of 15 pages, inclusive of references.

Mini Reviews

Mini Reviews offer concise overviews of recent advances within a specific field, focusing on key developments and are typically up to 5,000 words.

Short Communications

Short Communications are brief reports designed to rapidly share novel findings or methodologies of interest to the scientific community, limited to 3,000 words for quick dissemination.

Privacy Statement

The Journal of Computers, Mechanical and Management (JCMM) is dedicated to safeguarding the privacy and protecting the personal information of our authors, reviewers, editors, and readers. This privacy statement outlines our practices for collecting, using, and securing personal data in alignment with applicable legal standards.

Collection of Personal Information

JCMM collects personal information, such as names, email addresses, and institutional affiliations, primarily during the manuscript submission process or through direct communications with authors, reviewers, and editors. Additionally, we gather information from readers who subscribe to our newsletters or other forms of communication for the purpose of providing updates and promoting our publications.

Use of Personal Information

Personal information is utilized strictly for its intended purposes, including manuscript management, communication with contributors and subscribers, publication access, and distribution of newsletters or promotional content. JCMM commits to not sharing personal information with third parties, except as mandated by law or with explicit consent from the individuals concerned.

Protection of Personal Information

To prevent unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration, or destruction of personal information, JCMM employs reasonable security measures, including encryption, secure databases, and firewalls. Despite these precautions, the absolute security of personal information cannot be guaranteed against all potential security breaches.

Retention of Personal Information

Personal information is retained only as long as necessary for fulfilling the collected purposes or as legally required. JCMM responsibly disposes of or anonymizes personal information when it is no longer needed.

Rights of Individuals

JCMM acknowledges individuals' rights to access, correct, or delete their personal information. Individuals may adjust their personal details by logging into their account on our website. For further assistance or inquiries about personal information handling, individuals are encouraged to contact us. We are committed to responding to requests in compliance with applicable data protection laws.

Changes to This Privacy Policy

This privacy policy may be updated to reflect changes in our data handling practices or alterations in legal requirements. We encourage individuals to periodically review this policy to stay informed about how we protect their personal information.

Contact Us

For questions or concerns regarding this privacy policy or JCMM's handling of personal information, please reach out to us at Your privacy is of utmost importance to us, and we are dedicated to addressing any inquiries or concerns promptly and in accordance with the relevant privacy regulations.