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About the Journal

Aims and Scope

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Router Research : Jurnal Sistem Komputer dan Sistem Informasi berisi artikel-artikel ilmiah yang meliputi bidang-bidang: Sistem Informasi, Informatika, Multimedia, jaringan, Jaringan Saraf Tiruan (IA), Forensic Digital, Internet of Things (IoT), serta hasil penelitian lain yang terkait dengan bidang-bidang Teknologi Komputasi dan Informatika.

 

Section Policies

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Articles

Checked Open Submissions Checked Indexed Checked Peer Reviewed

Publication Frequency

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Router Research is a journal published once a year (annually). Publication schedules are in the last year (December).

 

Open Access Policy

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This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.

Benefits of open access for the author, include:

  • Free access for all users worldwide
  • Authors retain copyright to their work
  • Increased visibility and readership
  • Rapid publication
  • No spatial constraints

Works/articles in this journal as are bound to Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

 

Archiving

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This journal utilizes the LOCKSS system to create a distributed archiving system among participating libraries and permits those libraries to create permanent archives of the journal for purposes of preservation and restoration. More...

 

Review Process

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All manuscripts submitted to Router Research undergo a rigorous screening and review process to ensure that they fit into the journal's scope and are of sufficient academic quality and novelty to appeal to Router Research's readership.

Initial screening. A newly submitted manuscript will be screened by the Editor-in-Chief for its conformity to Router Research’s scope and basic submission requirements.

Peer-review. If the manuscript passes the initial screening stage, it will be assigned to a handling editor, who will then send it to at least two experts in the relevant field to undergo a double-blind peer-review. Manuscripts that fail to pass the initial screening will be rejected without further review.

First decision. A decision on a peer-reviewed manuscript will only be made upon the receipt of at least two review reports. In cases where reports differ significantly, the handling editor will invite an additional reviewer to get a third opinion before making a decision. At this stage, a manuscript can either be rejected, asked for revisions (minor or major), accepted as is, or (if significant changes to the language or content are required) recommended for resubmission for a second review process. If it is accepted, the manuscript will be returned to the submitting author for formatting. The final decision to accept the manuscript will be made by the Editor-in-Chief based on the recommendation of the handling editor and following approval by the board of editors.

Revision stage. A manuscript that requires revisions will be returned to the submitting author, who will have up to three weeks to format and revise the manuscript, following which it will be reviewed by the handling editor. The handling editor will determine whether the changes are adequate and appropriate, as well as whether the author(s) sufficiently responded to the reviewers' comments and suggestions. If the revisions are deemed to be inadequate, this cycle will be repeated (the manuscript will be returned to the submitting author once more for further revision).

Final decision. At this stage, the revised manuscript will either be accepted or rejected. This decision is dependent whether the handling editor finds the manuscript to have been improved to a level worthy of publication. If the author(s) are unable to make the required changes or have done so to a degree below Router Research's standards, the manuscript will be rejected.

Proofing and typesetting. If the manuscript is accepted, it will go through a final round of editing and proofreading by an in-house language editor, following which it will be typeset and returned to the submitting author for final approval. All authors must approve this final version of the article before it can be officially published.

 

Manuscript Processing Time

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Processing time varies from one manuscript to another, depending on how long it takes to receive all of the reviewers' reports and how quickly the author(s) revise the manuscript. On average, Router Research's manuscript processing time ranges from 8 to 12 weeks. Router Research cannot guarantee a specific publishing time for a manuscript, nor can it under any circumstances promise a sped-up publication process.