Publishing License Agreement

The Author hereby grants to the Publisher and its Affiliates the exclusive, worldwide, royalty free, perpetual right and license to use the Work for all commercial or educational purposes, including, but not limited to, publishing, reproducing, marketing, distributing (themselves and through distributors), sublicensing, and selling copies of the Work throughout the world for the Term. Authors are requested to sign on Publishing License Agreement and share to us back for publication of the submitted manuscript. Below mentioned is the format of Publishing License Agreement.

Authors are requested to read and understand the following Publishing license terms.

I certify by submitting an article for publication to Journal Name that I can enter into the following provisions and agreements. Furthermore, on behalf of myself and all other co-authors of the article, I certify the following:

  • The submitted article is an original work that has not been published in or by any other journal, in any format (print or electronic) and is not under consideration for publication at any other peer-reviewed journal and that it has been submitted to Journal Name journal for first publication.
  • I/ We have complete authority to grant rights to Journal Name as I/ we are the article’s sole author(s), and therefore, are not in violation of any other obligation or commitment.
  • I/ We certify that for the article they have taken required permissions in order to reproduce copyright works, such as photos, maps, etc. They have acknowledged all works and cited all sources.
  • I/ We certify that to our knowledge as author(s) and the currently-accepted scientific knowledge, all the information, facts, formulas, etc. are accurate, and will not harm any user, if followed correctly.
  • If the submitted article published by Journal Name, I/we agree to the article be licensed under Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0.




Open Access Agreement

After submitting an article, writers are approached to show their consent to maintain an open access Creative Commons permit (CC-BY). Under the permit’s conditions, writers hold responsibility for copyright of their articles. Be that as it may, the permit allows any client to download, print, remove, reuse, file, and disperse the article, as long as due credit is given to the writers and the source of the work. The permit ensures that the article will be accessible as generally as could be expected under the circumstances and that the article can be referenced for any logical document.

Open access guarantees the vastest dispersal conceivable, yet additionally the best effect, by permitting others to refer to, re-reason, and expand after existing distributed examination.

Pictures and Figures

We appeal our writers to take care not to submit compositions containing recently distributed pictures or figures, except if express, composed consent from the copyright holder to repost under a CC-BY or CC0 permit (as relevant) has been acquired. Pictures, video, and different materials recently distributed under an open area, CC-BY, or CC0 permit do not need such authorization to be gotten.

Reuse of Article Content

We apply the Creative Commons Attribution (CC-BY) permit to articles and different works we distribute. If you present your paper for distribution by us, you consent to have the CC-BY permit applied to your work. Under this Open Access permit, you as the writer agree that anybody may duplicate, disperse, or reuse the material as long as the creator and source are appropriately referred to. This encourages opportunity to re-use and further guarantees that PLOS content can be dug without boundaries for the necessities of exploration.

Content Owned by Someone Else

If by chance your composition contains content, such as photographs, pictures, figures, tables, audio or video recordings, and so forth, that you or your co-writers don’t claim, we will expect you to furnish us with confirmation that the proprietor of that content

  1. a) has given you composed consent to utilize it, and
  2. b) has affirmed of the CC-BY permit being applied to their substance. We give a structure you can use to request and acquire authorization from the proprietor. Download the structure here.

If you do not have proprietor authorization, we will request that you remove that content and replace it with other material that you claim or have consent to use.

Do not expect that you can utilize any substance you find on the Internet, or that the substance is reasonable game since it is not clear who the proprietor is or what permit applies. It depends on you to discover what rights you have, assuming any, to utilize that content.

Utilizing Article Content Previously Published in Another Journal

Numerous creators believe that own the rights for their recently distributed paper through another distributor, and they can uninhibitedly utilize that content in their paper. However, that is not permissible and relies upon the permit that covers the other paper. A few distributors permit free and unhindered re-utilization of article content they own, for example, under the CC-BY permit. Different distributors use licenses that permit re-utilize if a similar permit is applied by the individual or distributer re-utilizing the substance.

If the paper was distributed under a CC-BY permit or another permit that allows free and unlimited use, you may utilize the substance in your paper given that you give credible attribution, as clarified previously.

If the material was distributed under a more prohibitive permit, you should determine what rights you have under that permit. At least, audit the permit to ensure you can utilize the substance. And if the permit doesn’t allow you to utilize the substance in a paper that will be secured by an unhindered permit, you should acquire composed consent from the distributer to use the substance in your paper. Please exclude any content in your paper for which you do not have usage rights.

Adequate Licenses for Data Repositories

If any significant information is submitted to archives with expressed authorizing arrangements, the approaches ought not to be more prohibitive than CC-BY.

Removal of Content Used Without Proper Authorization

We claim all rights to eliminate any catches, pictures, figures, tables, outlines, sound and video records, and such, from any paper, regardless of whether before or after distribution, if we discover that the content was referred in your paper without authorization from the proprietor of the material.

Rules for Trademarks Usage

Ensure that any reference to a brand name, (for example, a BRAND NAME) is utilized as a modifier, and not as a thing or action word. The brand name must be promptly trailed by the nonexclusive term for the article that it alters. Note that if a brand name cannot be utilized as a thing, it cannot be introduced in the possessive or plural structure. Kindly refer to the following example for reference:

Inaccurate: The upgrades were introduced on 12 MacBook Pros®.

Right: The improvements were introduced on 12 Macbook Pro® PCs.

Reuse of United Journals Article Content

United Journals implements the CC-BY permit to articles and different works that we publish. If you present your paper for distribution by United Journals, you consent to have the CC-BY permit applied to your work. Under this Open Access permit, you as the writer agree that anybody can reuse your article in entire or part for any reason, for nothing, in any event, for business purposes. Anybody may duplicate, disperse, or reuse the substance if the creator and unique source are given due credit to. This allows to re-use and also guarantees that United Journals content can be found without hurdles for the sake of exploration.

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