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Continuous publication is defined as the publication of manuscripts in a scientific journal without periodicity and continuously, in order to accelerate the publication of results from author’s research. In this edition model, the manuscript is published immediately its acceptance and after being evaluated by peer reviewers.


This way of edition has been used since 2013 by several scientific journals world wide, and have been accepted by editors with high satisfaction in terms of improved production workflow, decreased dependence on production deadlines and increased speed of research dissemination. 

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Public Knowledge Project. Open Journal System. Available in: https://pkp.sfu.ca/ojs/