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  1. Authors shall be individuals who made a substantial contribution to the formulation and solving of the problem discussed in the paper and share responsibility for the achieved results. The author sending an article to the editors’ office takes responsibility for the other authors’ agreement to publish it.
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  4. Authors of the article must give in the limited volume (6-8 pages) an objective assessment of the problem in question based on adequate analysis of earlier publications related to this work, show the meaning of the achieved results, and give an exact description of proposed methods of solving the problems and potential difficulties connected to their application.
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  8. An article series where results of a complex research are published must be organized in the way that gives the reader an overall understanding of the research as a whole and of each aspect illustrated in a respective article.