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Manuscripts submitted to Jurnal Kreatif: Desain Produk Industri dan Arsitektur should:
- present findings clearly and concisely
- state the potential engineering applications
- make reference to the state-of-the-art.
Manuscripts should not:
- be under consideration for publication in any other journal, book or conference proceedings available through a library or by purchase
All submissions to Jurnal Kreatif: Desain Produk Industri dan Arsitektur should be uploaded using River Valley ReView. Revised papers should be submitted in their source file format (.doc, docx or .tex files for text and .eps, .jpeg, .tif or .pdf files for figures). If your paper has been prepared using LaTeX, please also upload a single .pdf file of the paper together with the LaTeX source file and the figures.
If the paper is intended for a specific special issue, please make this clear when uploading your paper.
All papers are pre-screened to ensure that only the most significant are sent for review. Please ensure that your manuscript satisfies the following points:
Please be aware that all submissions to IET publications will now go through Ithenticate’s CrossCheck software which is a multi-publisher initiative to screen published and submitted content for originality. This is to ensure that the paper does not contravene the IET Policy in Relation to Plagiarism, Infringement of Copyright and Infringement of Moral Rights and Submission to Multiple Publications. We use CrossCheck to detect instances of overlapping and similar text in submitted manuscripts. Click here to find out more about CrossCheck.
Our policy is to reject manuscripts found to contain duplication of previously published work. For further information please see the IET Policy in Relation to Plagiarism, Infringement of Copyright and Infringement of Moral Rights and Submission to Multiple Publications .
Originality: is the work scientifically rigorous, accurate and novel? Has its value been demonstrated?
Motivation: does the problem considered have a sound motivation? Does the paper clearly demonstrate the scientific interest of the results?
Referencing: has reference been made to the most recent and most appropriate work? Is the present work set in the context of the previous work?
Clarity: is the English clear and well written? Poorly written English may obscure the scientific merit of your paper. Are the ideas expressed clearly and concisely? Are the concepts understandable?
Authors are encouraged to submit the names and contact details of possible reviewers (although the reviewers selected may not be from this list). These suggestions should be impartial. Authors may also indicate non-preferred reviewers if they are working in competition or have conflicts of interest with individuals or organisations.
This information should be included in a cover letter for the Editorial Office which can be uploaded with your manuscript.
You should not make any requests for fee waivers or reductions to your Article Processing Charges in your cover letter. Should your manuscript be accepted for publication you will have an opportunity to include your request at that time. Any information regarding the funding of research should be put in a cover letter/entered into the relevant information section during the submission steps and also in the acknowledgements section of your submitted paper.
The source files of your paper are required at submission as this will speed up the publication of your paper, should it be accepted. Your paper will not be sent for review until source files have been received.