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Journal of Autonomous Intelligence (eISSN: 2630-5046) is a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal that publishes original research and review articles covering all aspects of autonomous intelligence with emphasis on artificial intelligence and robotic self-learning. The Journal seeks to disseminate findings in the domain of autonomous intelligence by featuring the latest advancements in the field and state-of-the-art theories, techniques and implementations. It is aimed at bringing the scientific discourse and discoveries to a wide international audience by being a platform for scientists, engineers, researchers and academicians to share, discuss and advocate new issues and developments in the diverse spheres of autonomous intelligence.

The scope of the Journal includes promoting the relation between power and information fluxes in systems with corresponding organization, which is the extraordinary and certainly long ranging adventure at the forefront of theoretical and applied engineering science toward system autonomy.

The Journal covers articles, reviews, opinions and lectures significantly contributing to the advance of understanding the phenomenon of autonomous intelligence.


Focus and Scope

The topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:

1.Artificial Intelligence

  • Basic Theory and Application of Artificial Intelligence
  • Artificial Intelligence Tools & Applications
  • Artificial Neural Networks
  • Neural Network and Deep Learning
  • Machine Learning
  • Big Data Analysis and Processing
  • Reasoning and Evolution
  • Cognitive Science
  • Knowledge Science and Knowledge Engineering
  • Knowledge Representation; Knowledge-Based Systems
  • Natural Language Processing and Understanding
  • Natural Computing  & Evolutionary Calculation

2.Robotics Science and Engineering

  • Modeling and Identification
  • Robot Control
  • Mobile Robotics
  • Tele-Robotics
  • Machine Perception and Virtual Reality
  • Robot Sensing and Data Fusion
  • Localization, Navigation and Mapping
  • Human-Computer Interaction
  • Multiagent Systems
  • Swarm Intelligence

3.Other Related Topics

  • Computer Vision and Image Processing
  • Feature Extraction, Grouping and Segmentation
  • Intelligent Control
  • Pattern Recognition Theory and Application
  • Intelligent System Architectures; Intelligent Web
  • Information Retrieval and Web Search
  • Intelligent Transportation
  • Intelligent Planning and Scheduling
  • Biometric Identification
  • Bioinformatics and Artificial Life
  • Non-classical Computing and Novel Computing Models
  • Pervasive Computing and Ambient Intelligence
  • Rough Set and Soft Computing

For Authors

  • Authors should read the “Author Guidelines” before making a submission, and make sure that the manuscripts were written in accordance to the style and specifications of the journal’s policy.

    All manuscripts submitted to Journal of Autonomous Intelligence are subject to rigorous peer review. Prior to the peer review process, the manuscripts will be screened for acceptable English language, novelty and relevance to the Focus and Scope of the journal.

    Any manuscripts submitted to Journal of Autonomous Intelligence will be treated as confidential materials. The manuscripts will not be disclosed to anyone except individuals such as editorial staff, reviewers and editors who participate in the initial screening, review, processing and preparation of the manuscript for publication (if accepted).

    A manuscript would not be considered if it has been published or is currently under consideration for publication in any other journals. In the cover letter, authors must state that neither the manuscript nor any significant part of it is under consideration for publication elsewhere or has appeared elsewhere in a manner that could be construed as a prior or duplication of the same work. The authors are required to notify the editorial team if the findings and data in their submissions have been presented in conferences.

  • Frontier Scientific Publishing (FSP) follows the following practices, guidelines and standards for its journals:

    ICMJE: Medically related FSP journals follow the recommendations of the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors. The guidelines comprehensively cover all aspects of editing, from how the journal is managed to details about peer review and handling complaints. The majority of the recommendations are not specific to medical journals and are followed by all Frontier Scientific Publishing journals.

    The Principles of Transparency and Best Practice in Scholarly Publishing developed by Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), Open Access Scholarly Publishers Association (OASPA) and World Association of Medical Editors (WAME).

    The CONSORT statement covers reporting of randomized, controlled trials. We encourage authors to verify their work against the checklist and flow diagram and upload them with their submission.

    TOP covers transparency and openness in the reporting of research. Our journals aim to be at level 1 or 2 for all aspects of TOP. Specific requirements vary between journals and can be requested from the editorial office.

    PRISMA covers systematic reviews and meta-analyses. Authors are recommended to complete the checklist and flow diagram and include it with their submission.

    ARRIVE contains guidelines for reporting in vivo experiments. Authors are recommended to verify their work against the checklist and include it with their submission.

    Compliance with the standards and guidelines above will be taken into account during the final decision and any discrepancies should be clearly explained by the authors. We recommend that authors highlight relevant guidelines in their cover letter.

    COPE has defined measures against data fabrication, duplicate publication, plagiarism and retraction, etc. All complaints submitted by the authors to the journal will be addressed promptly according to the procedure set out in the COPE complaints and appeals. The complainant may direct all inquiries and correspondence to the publisher at

  • The publication frequency of Journal of Autonomous Intelligence is Semi-annual.

  • JAI strictly follow the Ethical Oversight policy of COPE, and supervise and encourage the implementation of best academic practice. We will make every effort to find out and put an end to unethical behaviors such as plagiarism, multiple submissions, data fraud, etc., and ensure the fairness and credibility of scientific research. 

    Authors should submit the Informed Consent Statement if the research involving people while the submitting section, e.g. “The Informed Consent has been obtained from all the subjects involved in this study”. Human subjects have a right of privacy that should not be violated without informed consent. Any research involving people without the Informed Consent Statement, JAI will reserve the right to reject the manuscript. If subjects are the vulnerable populations, please obtain the oral or written Informed Consent from their parent or guardian. Necessary efforts should be made by the authors to conceal any identifying information of the subjects.

    For studies that involve testing on animals, it is the best that authors should identify the committee or organization (e.g. author’s Institutional Ethics Review Board) during the submitting section of the manuscript, and it should detail ethics approval information such as the name of the granting committee or organization and the approval identifiers, i.e. reference numbers. If without any ethics approval information, please explain the reason to the editor.

    Publisher will ensure that the research published is only for academic exchange in the journal. The collected information is privacy, and only for the used exclusively for the stated purpose of the journal. It will not be available for any other purpose such as any marketing practices.

  • 1. What is Special Issue?

    A Special issue is a collection of papers collected by experts in a certain field as Guest Editors, and it is not a regular issue of the journal. The Guest Editors are responsible for the proposal of the Special Issue and its scope. Papers in a Special Issue are complied into a regular volume/issue.

    Benefits of publishing a Special Issue

    • Articles published in a Special Issue could have more citations than a regular issue since they study the same or similar interests, which could wider the impact of the special topic and maximize the community engagement.
    • A special issue may promote the exchange of the experts and research results in the same filed more conveniently.
    • Readership of the Special Issue may be enhanced through advertising efforts of Guest Editors and authors, which could further expand the impact of Guest Editors or the Special Issue.

    2. Special Issue Proposal

    Usually, the Editorial Office will invite the experts of the special scientific fields to be Guest Editors. Guest Editors will submit a topic proposal for the Special Issue. JAI also welcomes proposals from authors and readers on a topic within their field of subjects. Please find the Apply for special issue for a new proposal.

    A Special Issue Proposal should include:

    Title of Special Issue: Please summarize a title to reflect the subject of the Special Issue.

    Guest editors:Please list all the Guest Editors’ information including name, affiliation, country, interests, email, website. Guest Editors make up a group to co-edit the Special Issue, among which there is a leader.

    Summary: The guest editor needs to provide a summary of Special Issue including the introduction, main topics, type of submissions, and keywords. It briefly describes the aim and themes of the Special Issue.

    Collecting plan: Guest Editors should provide a list of contributors.


    3. Guideline of Special Issue

    Special Issue Ethics:

    JAI abides by the Code of Conduct of COPE and its Best Practice Guidelines. All Guest Editors and Assistant Editors need to protect the confidentiality of all submissions and reviewers. Guest Editors and reviewers must strictly abide by the policy of Conflict of Interest in the journal; if there is any potential conflict of interest, please take the initiative to inform the Editorial Office so as to evaluate whether it needs to change reviewers or editors. Authors should declare any potential conflict of interest to the publisher during the submitting section. JAI firmly rejects all unethical behaviors and requires all submissions to comply with JAI’s editorial policies. Any Guest Editor or reviewer should not ask authors to include their own papers for more citations if they are not relevant.

    Special Issue Workflow:

    New submissions should be submitted through the journal system. Guest Editors will check the content relevance to the scope of this Special Issue. Then, Assistant Editors will verify the originality of the submission with iThenticate. For the fairness and rigor of academic achievements, any manuscript unsuitable for originality will be rejected.

    Guest Editors have the responsibility to oversight all the peer-reviewed process. They will assign new submissions to at least two reviewers for peer review. Submissions from Guest Editors should not be reviewed by this Guest Editor or experts from his/her affiliation. All the recommend decisions will be collected to Guest Editors, and they will make the final decisions and notify the authors.

    If there are no enough papers submitted, Guest Editors may take actions for more submissions such as extending the submission deadline. However, the times of extending deadline is best to be not more than twice.

    All accepted manuscripts will move to production, and they will be both on the list of a regular issue and Special Issue.

  • Duplicate Submission

    Manuscripts submitted to FSP’s journals should:

    1) not have been published before;

    2) not concurrently be submitted elsewhere.

    If part of a manuscript has been published or will be published elsewhere, the authors must let the editors know in a cover letter. If duplicate submission is detected during peer review, the manuscript may be rejected. If it is detected after publication, the manuscript may be retracted.


    FSP does not approve of plagiarism. Plagiarism detection software is used to verify the originality of submitted manuscripts. If a manuscript uses a text copied directly from another source, this text must be written in quotation marks and the original source must be cited. If any kind of plagiarism, including self-plagiarism, is detected during the review process, the manuscript may be rejected. If it is detected after publication, the manuscript may be retracted.

  • Authorship should be limited to people who have contributed substantially to the work. The corresponding author must have obtained permission from all the authors mentioned in the manuscript. The corresponding author is responsible for ensuring adherence to all editorial and submission policies and for any communications and actions that may be necessary after publication. A maximum of two corresponding authors are allowed for the associated responsibilities. The corresponding author must include written permission from the authors of the work concerned for any mention of any unpublished material included in the manuscript, for example, data from manuscripts-in-press, personal communication, or work in preparation.

    In order to be listed as an author for a paper, one should have contributed sufficiently in the project. A co-author is expected to have contributed to some component of the work which led to the paper, or be involved in interpretation of its results. All authors should have a say in the final approval of the version to be published, in addition to reviewing the final manuscript prior to submission.

    Individuals who do not meet the above requirements, but have provided a valuable contribution to the work, may be acknowledged for their contribution as appropriate to the publication.

    Changes to Authorship

    Any addition, deletion or rearrangement of author names in the authorship list should be made only before the manuscript is accepted for publication. The corresponding author should provide the reasons for the change in authorship list and the proof of written confirmation from all authors (including the existing authors, author(s) to be added and/or removed) agreeing with such change, to the Editorial Office.

    The requests for authorship changes need to be approved by the Editorial Office before any changes can be made.

  • The authors must declare any conflict of interest with any financial body or funding agency or anything else that might influence the results or interpretation of their manuscript. All authors, members, reviewers and editors must disclose any association that poses a conflict of interest in connection with the manuscript. A declaration of interests for all authors must be received before an article can be reviewed and accepted for publication.

    For authors:

    While submitting, authors must list all competing interests relevant to this work, including but not limited to:

    • Funding sources
    • The role of sponsors in the work design, data collection, and results of the analysis.
    • Whether the author is serving on the editorial board of this journal submitting to.


    For editors and reviewers:

    Editors and reviewers must declare any possible conflict of interests in connection with the manuscript, and if necessary, they must avoid the peer review process. When Editorial Board Members publish articles in the served journal, the editorial office will actively emphasize it so that the authors know that they recuse the potential peer review process.

    Common reasons for editors and reviewers to be replaced include but are not limited to:

    • The editor or reviewer works at the same organization as one of the authors.
    • The editor or reviewer is one of the authors of this work.
    • The editor or reviewer is on the avoidance list from the author(s).
    • The editor or reviewer has a financial relationship or personal relationship with an author.
  • The Frontier Scientific Publishing values the integrity of academic activities and the completeness of academic achievement records, ensuring that academic papers are kept as recordable and unchanging as they are published. However, it is difficult to find out the individual non-normative phenomena in the manuscript or the inattention of the author, even if carefully reviewed by the editor. Therefore, correcting academic records is sometimes necessary. The decision to change the record is of great importance, and the publisher will take different measures based on the article's situation, roughly in the following forms:
    1. Expression problem
    2. Correction (error in the layout or error in the content)
    3. Cancellation
    4. Remove
    All of the above measures are aimed at correcting the article and reminding the reader, but not punishing the author. For intentional or unintentional irregularities in articles published in the journals, the editors of the journals have the responsibility of supervising the review, and the process of which should involve the authors and reviewers. The editor will follow the publisher's retraction guidelines and other acceptable academic principles to select the best solution to the problem.

    If you decide to withdraw your manuscript after it has been accepted (but not yet published), a processing fee of USD 200 is chargeable upon withdrawal.

    If the measures taken (such as retraction) are not initiated by the author, or only the unilateral action of the author before the both sides reached an agreement, the publisher does not need to compensate the author for economic losses, and the article processing charge will not be returned to the author.

  • Authors contributing to this journal agree to publish their articles under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License, allowing third parties to share their work (copy, distribute, transmit) and to adapt it, under the condition that the authors are given credit, that the work is not used for commercial purposes, and that in the event of reuse or distribution, the terms of this license are made clear. With this license, the authors hold the copyright without restrictions and are allowed to retain publishing rights without restrictions as long as this journal is the original publisher of the articles.

  • Authors are permitted to post their non-peer-reviewed original research manuscripts to preprint servers before submitting to Journal of Autonomous Intelligence

    Authors are not allowed to post any versions of articles that have been revised as a result of peer review, accepted for publication or published in the journal on a preprint server. The manuscript whose corresponding preprint version has been indexed (e.g. in MEDLINE or PubMed) will not be considered.

    We encourage formal citation of preprints in the reference list if appropriate.

  • All advertisements are subject to approval to the Publisher. Advertisements must comply with the relevant regulations in the country where the advertisements appear. Please contact:
    • For authors: Once submitting a manuscript, it means that you have been aware of all publishing policies & ethics,  and will strictly abide by them.
    • For reviewers: Once accepting the request to become a reviewer, it means that you must be aware of the peer review policies, and proactively disclose of all potential conflicts of interest, and guarantee that an article will be judged fairly and objectively. 
    • For publisher: This journal  is not liable to the statements, perspectives, and opinions contained in the published articles. The appearance of advertisements in the journal shall not be construed as a warranty, endorsement, or approval of the products or services advertised and/or the safety thereof. This journal and the Publisher disclaim responsibility for any injury to persons or property resulting from any ideas or products referred to in the articles or advertisements.
  • The Article Processing Charges are meant to support the journal’s associated expenses. The publication fee for each manuscript accepted for publication is USD 1250.

    Waiver Policy

    For high-quality articles graded by our editorial board members and authors from low-income countries with difficulty to pay, FSP will access in a case-by-case basis and may approve certain discount to ensure the publication. FSP reserves the rights to approve or decline any such request. Please contact:

  • The manuscripts submitted to Journal of Autonomous Intelligence should be written in English. Authors whose first language is not English may have their manuscripts professionally edited before the final submission, and ensure the academic paper could be fully understood by its prospective readers.

  • JAI is indexed, cataloged and/or included by several world-class abstracting/indexing databases:



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    • All the articles published online will be archived by Portico for long-term digital preservation.
    • Authors are encouraged to self-archive the final version of their published articles into institutional repositories (such as those listed in the Directory of Open Access Repositories).
    • Authors are also encouraged to use the final PDF version published on the website of Frontier Scientific Publisher.
  • Kindly check that your manuscript has been prepared in accordance to the step-by-step instructions provided before submitted to our online submission system.

    Manuscript Format

    Your manuscript should be in MS Word format. All manuscripts must be written in clear, comprehensible English. Both British and American English are accepted. Usage of non-English words should be kept to a minimum and all must be italicized with the exception of "e.g.", "i.e." and "etc." If you have concerns about the level of English in your submission, please ensure that it is proofread before submission by a native English speaker or a scientific editing service.

    Cover Letter

    All submissions should include a cover letter as a separate file. A cover letter should contain a brief explanation of what was previously known, the conceptual advancement with the findings and its significance to a broad readership. The cover letter is confidential and will be read only by the editors. It will not be seen by reviewers.


    The title should capture the conceptual significance for a broad audience. The title should not be more than 50 words and should be able to give readers an overall view of the paper's significance. Titles should avoid using uncommon jargons, abbreviations and punctuation.

    List of Authors

    The names of authors must be spelled out rather than set in initials along with their affiliations. Authors should be listed according to the extent of their contribution, with the major contributor listed first. All corresponding authors should be identified with an asterisk. Affiliations should contain the following core information: department, institution, city, country. For contact purposes, email address of at least one corresponding author must be included. Please note that all authors must see and approve the final version of the manuscript before submitting.


    Articles must include an abstract containing a maximum of 300 words. The purpose of the abstract is to provide sufficient information for a reader to determine whether to proceed to the full text of the article. After the abstract, please provide 3-8 key words, avoiding the same words already used in the title.


    The text of the manuscript should be in Microsoft Word. The length of the manuscript cannot be more than 50,000 characters (inclusive of spaces) or approximately 7,000 words.

    Section Headings

    Please number the section headings (e.g. 1234.) in boldface. Likewise, use boldface to identify subheadings too but please distinguish it from major headings using numbers (e.g. Further subsections of subheadings should be differentiated with the numbers, etc.


    The introduction should provide a background that gives the broad readership an overall outlook of the field and the research performed. It pinpoints a problem and states its importance regarding the significance of the study. The introduction can conclude with a brief statement of the aim of the work and a comment about whether that aim was achieved.

    Materials and Methods

    This section provides the general experimental design and methodologies used. The aim is to provide enough details for other investigators to fully replicate your results. It is also required to facilitate better understanding of the results obtained. Protocols and procedures for new methods must be included in detail to reproduce the experiments.


    This section can be divided into subheadings. This section focuses on the results of the experiments performed.


    This section should provide the significance of the results and identify the impact of the research in a broader context. It should not be redundant or similar to the content of the results section.


    Please use the conclusion section for interpretation only, and not to summarize information already presented in the text or abstract.

    Conflict of Interest

    All authors are required to declare all activities that have the potential to be deemed as a source of competing interest in relations to their submitted manuscript. Examples of such activities could include personal or work-related relationships, events, etc. Authors who have nothing to declare are encouraged to add "No conflict of interest was reported by all authors" in this section.


    This section is optional. Authors could declare all financial and sincere appreciation, and it may appear just before the references if possible. 

    Appendix (Optional)

    This section is optional and is for all materials (e.g. advanced technical details) that has been excluded from the main text but remain essential to readers in understanding the manuscripts. This section is not for supplementary figures. Authors are advised to refer to the section on "Supplementary information" for such submissions.


    Authors should include all figures into the manuscript and submit it as one file in the OJS system. Figures include photographs, scanned images, graphs, charts and schematic diagrams. Figures submitted should avoid unnecessary decorative effects (e.g. 3D graphs) as well as be minimally processed (e.g. changes in brightness and contrast applied uniformly for the entire figure). Please remember to label all figures (e.g. axis.) and number them (e.g. Figure 1Figure 2.) in boldface. The caption should describe the entire figure without citing specific panels, followed by a legend defined as description of each panel. Please identify each panel in parenthesis (e.g. (a), (b), (c).)

    The preferred file formats for any separately submitted figure(s) are TIFF or JPEG. All figures should be legible in print form and of optimal resolution. Optimal resolutions preferred are 300 dots per inch for RBG colored, 600 dots per inch for greyscale and 1200 dots per inch for line art. Although there are no file size limitation imposed, authors are highly encouraged to compress their figures to an ideal size without unduly affecting legibility and resolution of figures. This will also speed up the process of uploading in the submission system if necessary.

    The Editor-in-Chief and Publisher reserve the right to request from author(s) the high-resolution files and unprocessed data and metadata files should the need arise at any point after manuscript submission for reasons such as production, evaluation or other purposes. The file name should allow for ease in identifying the associated manuscript submitted.

    Tables, Lists and Equations

    Tables created using Microsoft Word table function are preferred. The tables should include a title at the top. Titles and footnotes/legends should be concise. These must be submitted together with the manuscript. Likewise, lists and equations should be properly aligned and its meaning clear to readers. For listing things within the main body of the manuscript, please labeling in sequence in parenthesis (e.g. (1), (2), (3), (4).)

    Supplementary Information

    This section is optional and contains all materials and figures that have been excluded from the entire manuscript. These materials are relevant to the manuscript but remain non-essential to readers' understanding of the manuscript's main content. All supplementary information should be submitted as a separate file in Step 4 during submission. Please ensure the names of such files contain 'suppl. info'. Videos may be included in this section.

    In-text Citations

    List and number all bibliographical references that make an important contribution to the paper. When referenced in the text, enclose the citation number in square brackets, for example: 

    • Negotiation research spans many disciplines[3,4].
    • This effect has been widely studied[1-5,7].


    This section is compulsory and should be placed at the end of all manuscripts. Do not use footnotes or endnotes as a substitute for a reference list. The list of references should only include works that are cited in the text and that have been published or accepted for publication. Personal communications and unpublished works should be excluded from this section.


    Journal article with one to three authors

    • Damerau FJ. A technique for computer detection and correction of spelling errors. Communications of the ACM 1964; 7(3): 171-176.
    • Godase A, Govilkar S. Machine translation development for Indian languages and its approaches. International Journal on Natural Language Computing (IJNLC) 2015; 4(2): 55-74.

    Journal article with more than three authors

    • Usman M, Shafique Z, Ayub S, et al. Urdu text classification using majority voting. International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications 2016; 7(8): 265-273.
    • Bilal M, Israr H, Shahid M, et al. Sentiment classification of Roman-Urdu opinions using Naïve Bayesian, Decision Tree and KNN classification techniques. Journal of King Saud University-Computer and Information Sciences 2016; 28(3): 330-344.


    Book with one to three authors

    • Format as the following: numerical order, blank, family name, blank, initial letter(s) of first name, point, Book title, point, version number, point, city of publication, colon, publisher, semicolon, year of publication, point, p. point, blank, initial and last page numbers.

      For example:

      1. Carr I, Kidner R. Statutes and conventions on international trade law. 4th ed. London: Cavendish; 2009. p. 11-14.

    Book with more than three authors

    • Davis M, Charles L, Curry MJ, et al.  Challenging spatial norms. London: Routledge; 2003. p. 2-23.

    Chapter or Article in Book

    • Conway KM. Critical quantitative study of immigrant students. In: Stage FK , Wells RS (editors). New scholarship in critical quantitative research—Part 1. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass; 2014. p. 51-64.



    Conference proceedings 

    • Alam M, Hussain SU. Sequence to sequence networks for Roman-Urdu to Urdu transliteration. 2017 International Multi-topic Conference (INMIC 2017); 2017 Nov 24-26; Lahore. Piscataway: IEEE; 2017. p. 1-7.
    • Yang N, Liu S, Li M, et al. Word alignment modeling with context dependent deep neural network. Proceedings of the 51st Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics; 2013 Aug 4-9; Sofia. Stroudsburg: Association for Computational Linguistics; 2013. p. 166-175.

    Online Document

    • Este J, Warren C, Connor L, et al. Life in the clickstream: The future of journalism [Internet]. Media Entertainment and Arts Alliance; 2008. Available from: foj_report_final.pdf.


    • Gale L. The relationship between leadership and employee empowerment for successful total quality management [PhD thesis]. Sydney: University of Western Sydney; 2008. 


    • Khan NJ, Anwar W, Durrani N. Machine translation approaches and survey for Indian languages. Preprint arXiv; 2017.

    Note: When referencing an entry from a dictionary or an encyclopedia with no author there is no requirement to include the source in the reference list. In these cases, only cite the title and year of the source in-text. For an authored dictionary/encyclopedia, treat the source as an authored book

  • The Author(s) warrant that permission to publish the article has not been previously assigned elsewhere.

    Author(s) shall retain the copyright of their work and grant the Journal/Publisher right for the first publication with the work simultaneously licensed under:

     Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License (CC BY-NC 4.0). This license allows for the copying, distribution and transmission of the work, provided the correct attribution of the original creator is stated. 

  • The names and email addresses entered in this journal site will be used exclusively for the stated purposes of this journal and will not be made available for any other purpose or to any other party.

Article Processing Charges (APCs)

The Article Processing Charges are meant to support the journal’s associated expenses. The publication fee for each manuscript accepted for publication is USD 1250.

Waiver Policy

For high-quality articles graded by our editorial board members and authors from low-income countries with difficulty to pay, FSP will access in a case-by-case basis and may approve certain discount to ensure the publication. FSP reserves the rights to approve or decline any such request. Please contact: