A journal which charges the author for publication of their article in the journal is called a paid journal. And as the name suggests, a journal which does not charge any amount for publication of paper in the journal is called an unpaid journal. Unpaid journals sometimes charge the readers to access their articles and …

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Scopus is Elsevier’s indexing service. Hence, a scopus indexed journal means that the journal is of very high quality. A publication in Scopus will mean that the article has very good quality. Scopus uses Citescore to include citations for last three years instead of Journal impact factor. This means that the quality criteria is very …

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The most important thing is to remember that Elsevier publishes papers of high quality only. Hence, you should write a paper of high quality. After assuring this, you should select a proper journal. Elsevier has a vast number of journals. It is essential to match the scope of your journal with the scope of your …

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IEEE stands for Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. It is a group for students, scientists, engineers who wish to carry out research of high quality. IEEE journals and conferences are highly recommended for publishing your articles because they are highly reputed. They publish articles of high quality and research index. It will benefit those …

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The process of publishing a research paper is common and consists of three steps. Research activity, Paper writing and submission of paper First you have to do research on a specific topic and then start writing the paper. The title should be eye catching and related to the research represented in the paper. Next, the …

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