International Journal of Advanced Research in Innovative Discoveries in Engineering and Applications [IJARIDEA] exists to support the needs of the computing community. IJARIDEA is developing its publications and publication policies to maximize the visibility, impact, and reach of the research it publishes to a global community of researchers, educators, students, and practitioners. IJARIDEA has achieved its high impact, high quality, widely-read portfolio of publications with:
- Affordably priced publications
- Liberal Author rights policies
- Wide-spread, perpetual access to IJARIDEA publications via a leading-edge technology platform
- Sustainability of the good work of IJARIDEA that benefits the profession
CHOOSING LEVEL OF RIGHTS MANAGEMENT
Authors have the option to choose the level of rights management they prefer. IJARIDEA offers two different options for authors to manage the publication rights to their work.
- Authors who want IJARIDEA to manage the rights and permissions associated with their work, which includes defending against improper use by third parties, can use IJARIDEAâ€™s traditional copyright transfer agreement.
- Authors who prefer to retain copyright of their work can sign an exclusive licensing agreement, which gives IJARIDEA the right but not the obligation to defend the work against improper use by third parties. Those choosing to grant IJARIDEA a non-exclusive permission to publish may also choose to display a Creative Commons License on their works.
Authors can post the accepted, peer-reviewed version prepared by the author-known as the "pre-print"-to the following sites, with a DOI pointer to the Definitive Version of Record in IJARIDEA.
Post can be made
- On Author's own Home Page
- On Author's Institutional Repository
- In any repository legally mandated by the agency funding the research on which the work is based and
- On any non-commercial repository or aggregation that does not duplicate IJARIDEA tables of contents, i.e., whose patterns of links do not substantially duplicate an IJARIDEA -Copyrighted Volume or Issue. Non-commercial repositories are here understood as repositories owned by non-profit organizations that do not charge a fee for accessing deposited articles and that do not sell advertising or otherwise profit from serving articles.
Authors can post an AUTHOR-PREFERABLE link enabling free downloads of the Definitive Version of the work permanently maintained in IJARIDEA
- On the Author's own Home Page (or)
- In the Author's Institutional Repository.
REUSING OWN WORK
Authors can reuse any portion of their own work in a new work of their own (and no fee is expected) as long as a citation and DOI pointer to the Version of Record in IJARIDEA are included.
- Contributing complete papers to any edited collection of reprints for which the author is not the editor, requires permission and usually a republication fee.
- Authors can include partial or complete papers of their own (and no fee is expected) in a dissertation as long as citations and DOI pointers to the Versions of Record in the IJARIDEA are included. Authors can use any portion of their own work in presentations and in the classroom (and no fee is expected).
- Commercially produced course-packs that are sold to students require permission and possibly a fee.
IJARIDEA 's copyright and publishing license include the right to make Derivative Works or new versions. For example, translations are "Derivative Works". By copyright or license, IJARIDEA may have its publications translated. However, IJARIDEAâ€™s authors continue to hold perpetual rights to revise their own works.
- If the revision is minor, i.e., less than 25% of new substantive material, then the work should still have IJARIDEA's publishing notice, DOI pointer to the Definitive Version, and be labeled a "Minor Revision of"
- If the revision is major, i.e., 25% or more of new substantive material, then IJARIDEA considers this a new work in which the author retains full copyright ownership (despite IJARIDEA's copyright or license in the original published article) and the author need only cite the work from which this new one is derived. Minor Revisions and Updates to works already published in IJARIDEA are welcomed with the approval of the appropriate Editor-in-Chief or Program Chair.
RETAINING PERPETUAL RIGHTS
Authors retain all Perpetual Rights not limited to:
- Sole ownership and control of third-party permissions to use for artistic images intended for exploitation in other contexts
- All patent and moral rights
- Ownership and control of third-party permissions to use of software published by IJARIDEA