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AUTHOR COPYRIGHT AGREEMENT
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By submitting your article to one of our books or journals (henceforth ‘publications’), you and all co-authors of your submission agree to the terms of this license. You do not need to fill out a copyright form for confirmation.
By submitting your article to one of our publications you grant us (the publisher) the exclusive right to both reproduce and/or distribute your article (including the abstract) throughout the world in electronic, printed or any other medium, and to authorize others (including Reproduction Rights Organizations such as the Copyright Licensing Agency and the Copyright Clearance Center, and other document distributors) to do the same. You agree that we may publish your article, including your and other related scientists full name, title, name of the affiliated institute(s), your telephone/email number(s) and email address and that we may sell or distribute it, on its own, or with other related material.
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