Publishing ethics

• The article must be presented for the publication with the information about the author and all the co-authors (if written by co-authors).
• The article must be original research done exceptionally by the author/co-authors; plagiarism is strictly prohibited.
• The article must not be published previously in any other language in the same way, with the exception of particular occasions, with the editor’s consent.
• The article must not be considered for publication or review simultaneously in any other place.
• The article must be composed preserving the rules set by Mathematical Problems of Computer Science.
• The research done in the scope of the article must be based on precise facts.
• The article must have scientific novelty and contemporaneity.
• It is allowed to express gratitude in the article (by reference) to all the people who have assisted the research in any way.
• The author must collaborate with the editorial staff, make necessary changes, additions or reductions, as well as correct the mistakes.
• The author does not have the right to dispute the decision of the editorial board not to publish the article or the negative decision of the review without forcible arguments.