Lgurjcsit Policies

Peer-review policy of LGURJCSIT

LGURJCSIT maintains the highest standards of peer review to strengthen the process flow. All manuscripts published in our journal undergo dual blind peer review, the main points of which are listed below:

  • All research articles are subjective to review process by at least two relevant experts in a similar domain.
  • The acceptance decision of any paper will be based on the LGURJCSIT Editors-in-Chief based on the reviews provided.
  • Editorial Assistants provide the administrative support that allows LGURJCSIT to maintain the integrity of peer review and increases the efficiency of the process flow.
  • LGURJCSIT strictly follows the peer review process agreed upon by the editorial board.

The LGURJCSIT is an innovative forum for researchers, scientists, and engineers in all the domains of computer science and technology to publish high quality, peer-reviewed papers. The journal offers articles, survey, and review from experts in the field, enhancing insight and understanding of the current trends and state of the art technology.

Scope of the journal includes algorithm and computational complexity, distributed and grid computing, computer architecture and high performance, data communication and networks, pattern recognition and image processing, artificial intelligence, cloud computing, VHDL along with emerging domains like quantum computing, IoT, data sciences, cognitive sciences, and Vehicular Automation. Coverage is not limited to the listed areas. The journal aims to provide an academic medium for emerging research trends in the general domain of computer science and technology.

Open Access Statement

LGURJCSIT is committed to real and immediate open access to academic work, allowing anyone to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the complete texts of its papers for any lawful reason. All articles published in this journal are available online immediately after publication. We do not charge any fees to readers who wish to download papers for scholarly purposes.

Publication fees

As an open access title, publishing an article in this journal does not requires publication and article processing charge (APC). Apart from this there are no other fees (for example submission charges, page charges, or color charges).

Archiving policy

For information on lgurjcsit self-archiving policies for open access and subscription journal articles and open access.

Authors can also make their published article publicly available immediately after publication without requiring any permission to different repositories.

Repository policy

We encourage authors to post their pre-publication manuscript in institutional repositories or on their websites prior to and during the submission process and to post the Publisher’s final formatted WORD file version after publication without embargo. These practices benefit authors with productive exchanges as well as earlier and greater citation of published work.

Copyright & licensing Information

Lgurjcsit aims to serve readers' and authors' interests by publishing high-quality original works, maintaining the integrity of these works, defending authors' rights in them against plagiarism, providing a stable means of linking to them, promoting the dissemination of these works to the widest possible readership in contemporary media, and preserving access to them indefinitely despite changes in technology.

Requirement for Copyright or License:

Lgurjcsit requires authors to assign publication rights to lgurjcsit as a condition of publishing the work. Lgurjcsit relies on either an assignment of copyright with permanent rights reserved to the author, or an equivalent grant of a license.

Lgurjcsit publishing uses a process of selection, editorial refinement, production, distribution and access, promotion, indexing, interlinking, functional enhancement, user support, and preservation that requires the coordinated efforts of all participants in the knowledge chain, together with their support structures, and costs a significant amount of money.


Plagiarism:  Plagiarism is the most frequent type of publication malpractice when the work of other researchers is included in one’s own study without the researcher’s prior approval. Even if the contributor does not duly cite the researcher and does not acknowledge him or her in the work, a type of plagiarism exists. In the Oxford Dictionary, the plagiarism is defined as copying and using the ideas and work of another’s person as one’s own scientific contribution. Plagiarism can be in the form of data, phrases and paragraphs and basic ideas and hypotheses. The levels of plagiarism depend on the contents and varies accordingly, such as

  • How much quantitative work has been copied, either a few lines or paragraphs or a complete section.
  • How much in quality is copied, either the main concept or results or mathematical modeling of the published work.

Self-Plagiarism:  In self-plagiarism, an already published work of an author has been reused by himself as new research work. The degree of self-plagiarism varies by the quantity of reused work as taking a few paragraphs for writing or using the previous experimental setup and results. The reader is mis-leaded by the author by presenting his old work as new research and readers should be informed that the existing work is an extension of the previous work and it is not reuse of the already published study.  

A few types of self-plagiarism that happen frequently include

  • A previous dataset and experiments are used without informing the reader
  • In the newly submitted work, previous work is included but it is not cited.