Your Article in the Public Review Phase
During the public review phase, your article is included in the
list of articles presently under review. Questions and comments
about the article may arrive at any time; normally by an E-mail
message from the area editor. The following are some observations
from hos this has worked so far:
- It is a good idea to answer quickly to the questions and comments,
since then the discussion is more likely to continue with additional
interactions. This in turn is in your interest, since it means
that you and your article gets more attention.
- Remember that it's not in your interest to only get sympathetic
comments. It's much better for you if you get tough questions for
which you have good answers, than if you only get meek questions.
- The ETAI invites authors (without obligation) to submit a
summary that is like an abstract, but longer and more concrete.
Make use of this opportunity - readers that would not have gone
through the whole article may anyway read the summary, and pose
The exact procedure for how you receive questions and submit your
answers is specified by each area editor, and may differ between the
Latest update: 9.2.1999; Position code: C.etai.authors.review.