Copyright policy

Space Ontology International Journal (SOIJ) is to acquire copyright for all contributions for the following reasons:

a. Ownership of copyright by the journal's organization helps to ensure maximum international protection against breaking laws and/or plagiarism.

b. The demand for research literature in electronic form can be met efficiently. Once accepted for publication, the process of publication in the journal is started.

The publication is in two forms of printed and electronics publications. Bye signing the "author agreement" form. The authors agree to assign the copyright to the journal's organization. All the authors are required to sign the agreement. The journal permits the author to use the article for non-commercial purpose after publication. The journal's organization, as publishers, reserves the right to refuse to publish an article where its publication makes (or is believed to make) legal liability or the editor recognizes circumstances such as prior publication, conflict of interest, manifest error, etc.


CC license

 All material on Space Ontology International Journal  (SOIJ) are licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC-BY-NC 4.0) License.