All books published by Artefactum Publishing House are first checked for completeness in manuscript form by the publishing house's executive editor. They are then reviewed by the Artefactum editorial board. The Editorial Board decides whether the submitted manuscript is suitable for review. If the editor is on the author list or the author is a member of the editorial board, another member of the editorial board will decide on the reviewers. Two independent reviewers are always selected so that their specialty correlates with the topic of the book or paper. Papers in proceedings or collective monographs are reviewed by panel leaders and members of the organizing committee of the respective conference with the help of external reviewers selected by them.
If one or both reviewers raise doubts about the quality of the manuscript or paper under review, this may result in the manuscript being rejected.
Authors or editors will receive a report on the outcome of the review process (without naming the reviewers), or a recommendation to revise the manuscript.
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