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Copyright and Attribution

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Authors retain copyrights of the article without any restrictions. However, before publishing, authors should sign the Originality Statement, and publishing rights is on the journal.

Permission
Authors still have the right to duplicate, download and distribute the published material as long as the author and source are cited. Any violation found in the future of any copyright comes to the notice, then the author will be responsible for getting sanction in accordance with prevailing regulations.