Errata Policy

(July 2019)

Errata will be approved only in cases in which the Executive Editor determines that the error will cause fundamental confusion in understanding and interpreting the paper. Changes to affiliation and typos do not qualify. This policy applies to papers that are published in print, as well as papers that are published as Corrected Proofs online regardless of their status in print. Published errata will not be considered as precedents for new errata requests.

If you feel your paper requires an erratum, please submit a formal letter to the Executive Editor, clearly explaining the error and the correction. Approval is at the discretion of the Executive Editor.

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