Readers wishing to draw the editors' attention to published work which seriously affect the publication records that require the publication of a correction or erratum on part of the work as amendments. Work requiring correction should first contact the authors of the original paper and then write to the journal, including copies of the correspondence with the authors. The necessary correction requested by the author will peer-reviewed by the Editor-In-Chief, Associate Editor as well as the reviewer who reviewed the original paper. After final decision from Editor-In-Chief and Associate Editor the amendments will published in the below article category.
Errata concern the amendment of mistakes introduced by the journal during editing or production, which affects scientific accuracy of published information or the reputation of the authors, or the reputation of the journal.
A Corrigendum is a important correction made by the author, which affects scientific accuracy of published information or the reputation of the authors, or the reputation of the journal. All authors must sign corrigenda submitted for publication which will then be subject to editor oversight and, possibly, peer review.
Addenda are significance peer-reviewed addition to the interpretation of the original publication, which affects scientific accuracy of published information or the reputation of the authors, or the reputation of the journal. Addenda do not contradict the original publication, but if the authors inadvertently omitted significant information available to them at the time, this material will be published as an addendum after peer review.
Withdrawal of a published paper due to invalid results or conclusions. All authors of a paper must sign a retraction request, indicating the error and describing how it affects the paper’s conclusions. If authors are not in unanimous agreement in requesting a retraction, the pertinent Editor-in-Chief will consult Associate Editors and, as necessary, external reviewers and apply the category of amendment that appears most appropriate, indicating dissenting authors in the text of the published amendment.