otoiser—open transactions on independent scientific‑engineering research
FUNKTECHNIKPLUS # JOURNAL
of the untouchable, and its Technology—TECHNIK, from
Advanced—PLUS point of view. That is, we dynamically focus at
any scientific-engineering discipline producing FUNKTECHNIKPLUS
Théorie, Expérimentation, Métrologie, Logiciel, ou Applications.
Scope — We
emphasize this scope broadness by extending the title
of the Journal with a Doppelkreuz-Zeichen #, which we use as a
placeholder for the disciplines of Editorial Board:
1 We encourage the author to submit his own paper written just
in Basic English plus Technical Terminology.
2 We encourage the author even to select a pen name, which may
drop it at any time to reveal his identity.
3 We encourage the author to submit an accepted for
publication paper, which he was forced to decline that
publication because it would be based on a review with
unacceptable evaluation or comments.
4 We encourage the author to resubmit a non accepted for
publication paper that was rejected after a poor, inadequate,
unreasonable, irresponsible, incompetent, or ticking only,
5 We encourage the author to submit a paper that he already
self-archived on some open repository, such as arXiv.org.
6 We encourage the author to self-archive all of the preprint
and postprint versions of his paper.
7 We provide the author with a decent, express review process
of up to just 4 weeks, by at least 2 peers, never have been
co-authors with him.
8 We provide the author with a selection of review process
between: a traditional, anonymous, peer review decision, and
an immediate online pre-publication of his paper followed by
an open discussion with at least 2 reviewers.
9 We immediately accept for publication a research paper
directly resulting from a Project Report, Diploma-, Master-,
or PhD-thesis, which the author already has successfully
defended before a committee of experts and he can mention
2 members of it, who reviewed and approved his work.
10 We immediately publish online a paper, as soon as, it is
accepted for publication in the Journal.
11 We quickly print-on-demand an issue every 3 papers, in excess
of the 3 issues we regularly publish 3 times a year on
January, May, and September.
12 We do not demand from the author to transfer his own
copyright to us. Instead, we only consider papers resulting
only from original research work, and only if the author does
assure us that he owns the copyright of his paper and that he
submits to the Journal either an original or a revised
version of his paper, for either publication after review, or
even an immediate re-publication if this paper has already
been published after review, under the Creative Commons
Attribution 3.0 Unported License CC-BY 3, in any case.