PEER-REVIEW PROCESS

Articles are published on a first-come, first-served basis. The members of the editorial board have the right to recommend the expedited publishing of articles which are deemed to be a priority and have received good reviews. Articles which have been received by the editorial board are assessed by the board members and then sent for external review. The selection of articles published on AMS uses a double blind peer-review system.  The review process is carried out within a maximum of 1 month for one review round. The choice of reviewers is up to the editorial board. The manuscript is sent on to reviewers who are experts in this field of research, and the editorial board makes its decisions based on the reviews of these experts. The article can be categorized into 4, articles accepted without improvement (Accepted Submission), articles need revision from the author before acceptance (Required Revision), the author must make fundamental improvements and the article will go through the review process again (Resubmit for Review), and the article does not acceptable for publication (Decline Submission). Authors who do not correct the article within one month are automatically considered to cancel the publication and also cancel all previous acceptance statements. The return of an article to the authors for improvement does not mean that the article has been accepted for publication. After the revised text has been received, a decision is made by the editorial board. The author must return the improved text, together with the responses to all comments of the reviewer. After the layout for the relevant issue of the journal is ready, the publisher sends out PDF files to the authors for a final review. Changes other than simple corrections in the text, figures, or tables are not allowed at the final review stage. If this is necessary, the issue is resolved by the editorial board.