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Plagiarism is copying and appropriating someone else's work, citing the said act as copyright infringement. In other words, plagiarism is the copying, partial or partial, of another person's work, as well as its subsequent appropriation, passing off said text as one's own. Such actions are punishable by law, as they violate copyright law. By submitting the author's manuscript to the journal, it is understood that it is an original manuscript and that it is an unpublished work and that it is not considered elsewhere. The journal does not tolerate plagiarism, including double publication of one's own work, in whole or in part, without proper attribution. The originality of manuscripts submitted to the journal can be checked using anti-plagiarism software.

Plagiarism comes in many forms:

The author is obliged to complete the procedure of publication of the scientific journal to submit a report of the verification of his own scientific work carried out using the plagiarism detection software approved by the publisher in such a way that the scientific work must not contain more than 30% of content that does not represent his own author's content.

If plagiarism is detected at any stage of the process - before or after acceptance, during editing or at the stage of checking the page, the publisher will warn the authors and ask them to revise the content or to cite the references from where the content was taken. If more than 30% of the work is plagiarized, the article may be rejected and the author will be notified.

If the users of the website https://naukaitehnologija.iu-travnik.com/ come across a case of plagiarism, they are obliged to inform the editors, stating the title of the manuscript, the name of the author, the year, number, year of publication and all other visible data. The editorial office will handle cases in accordance with policy.