The objective of the Journal of Fuzzy Extension and Applications is to speed up the decision process without compromising on quality. The journal has a double-blind peer review and the peer reviewers may be members of the editorial board or external reviewers. The selection of peer reviewers depends on their availability and the subject of the manuscript. One step before the reviewing process, the journal editors use the PLAGIARISM software to identify matching text with the scholarly documents.
- The manuscript will be accepted if all peer reviewers recommend the manuscript be accepted.
- The manuscript will be rejected if more than half of peer reviewers recommend the manuscript be rejected.
- In all other cases, the reviewers’ comments will be sent back to the submitting author to revise the manuscript.