The scientific journal "Computer Systems and Networks" accepts for publication only original articles that have not been published before.

The scientific journal "Computer Systems and Networks" uses software to detect text loanwords in submitted manuscripts: Detector Plagiarist, Antiplagiat, eTXT. Manuscripts in which plagiarism or textual loanwords without references to the original source are found are rejected by the editorial board before the article is published in a scientific journal.


Plagiarism before publication

The editorial board of the scientific journal "Computer Systems and Networks" analyzes any case of plagiarism on its merits. If plagiarism or textual loanwords are detected by the editors or reviewers at any stage before publication of the manuscript, the author(s) are warned about the need to rewrite the text or make a reference to the original source.


Plagiarism check policy

Manuscripts in which plagiarism is detected are processed based on the amount of plagiarism present in the manuscript: if more than 25% plagiarism, the manuscript is rejected without editorial review.

The percentage of plagiarism is calculated by the software and also evaluated by the editorial board.


Plagiarism after publication

If plagiarism is discovered after publication, the editorial board analyzes this fact. If plagiarism is found, the editors of the journal will contact the author. Pages containing plagiarism will be flagged in the PDF file. Depending on the scale of the plagiarism, the document may also be withdrawn (deleted).


Tips for avoiding plagiarism

  • Use quotation marks for words taken verbatim from the source.
  • Do not change parts of the quote in the context of the sentence.
  • Use separate quotation marks within a quotation.
  • Use ellipsis (a space and an ellipsis) for part of an omitted quotation.
  • Use brackets to add your own words.
  • Limit the use of direct quotations.

Try to paraphrase information or summarize information from different sources using your own words.

Authors are responsible for obtaining copyright permission for reproduction of illustrations, tables, figures taken from other authors and/or sources. The permission should be placed at the bottom under each item.



Each manuscript is copyrighted upon publication. Since the author no longer owns the rights to these sections, they should not be repeated. Most editors and reviewers argue that auto-plagiarism is unethical. Thus, an author may not copy his own material for a new manuscript without the permission of the copyright owner. An exception may be when quoting the author's short phrases from his own work with appropriate references.



It is allowed to use self-citation of no more than 20% of sources.