Reviewers Guide

Reviewing a manuscript written by a fellow scientist is a privilege. However, it is a time-consuming responsibility. Hence, the Journal of Fuzzy Extension and Applications Editorial Board, authors, and audiences appreciate your willingness to accept this responsibility and your dedication. Journal of Fuzzy Extension and Applications adheres to a double-blind peer-review process. This journal needs reviewers who can provide insightful and helpful comments on submitted manuscripts with a turn around time of about 6 weeks. Maintaining Journal of Fuzzy Extension and Applications as a scientific journal of high quality depends on reviewers with a high level of expertise and an ability to be objective, fair, and insightful in their evaluation of manuscripts.


If JFEA’s Editor-in-Chief has invited you to review a manuscript, please consider the following:

  1. Reviewing manuscript critically but constructively and preparing detailed comments about the manuscript to help authors improve their work.
  2. Reviewing multiple versions of a manuscript as necessary.
  3. Providing all required information within established deadlines.
  4. Making recommendations to the editor regarding the suitability of the manuscript for publication in the journal.
  5. Declaring to the editor any potential conflicts of interest with respect to the authors or the content of a manuscript they are asked to review.
  6. Reporting possible research misconducts.
  7. Not making any use of the work described in the manuscript.
  8. Not communicating directly with authors, if somehow they identify the authors and not identifying themselves to authors.
  9. Not passing on the assigned manuscript to another reviewer.
  10. Ensuring that the manuscript is of high quality and original work.
  11. Informing the editor if he/she finds the assigned manuscript is under consideration in any other publication to his/her knowledge.
  12. Writing a review report in English only.

The list of reviewers:

Reviewer Name Specialty Affiliation
Mumtaz Ali Neutrosophic sets and their variants Deakin-SWU Joint Research Centre on Big Data, School of Information Technology, Deakin University, 221 Burwood Highway Burwood, Melbourne, VIC 3125 Australia
Jatindra Dash Neutrosophic sets and their variants Department of Computer science, SRM University
S. A. Edalatpanah Ayandegan university
P Pandiammal Fuzzy sets and their variants Mathematics, GTN Arts College
Surapati Pramanik Fuzzy sets and their variants Kiev
Florentin Smarandache Neutrosophic sets and their variants Department of Mathematics University of New Mexico New Mexico