Upon acceptance, manuscripts undergo a production process at the editorial office, entering a queue for copy-editing, layout, and proofing. Articles are typically produced in the chronological order of acceptance but, subject to the Editor-in-Chief's discretion and for compelling reasons, may be assigned to a specific issue.

During copy-editing, manuscripts and supplementary materials undergo meticulous revision to ensure clarity, academic suitability, and correctness in language, text, figures, tables, and adherence to the Journal's in-house layout style. Authors are given the opportunity to review and approve copyediting changes and address any author queries during the proof stage, managed by the managing editor. Figures and tables undergo careful scrutiny, considering potential redrawings or relabellings. Only minor corrections, such as typos and layout adjustments, are permissible at this stage, while major text alterations are not allowed.

Final corrected proofs are not routinely returned to authors unless explicitly requested. Once the proof is approved for publication, no further changes can be made by the authors. In exceptional cases, essential corrections post-publication must be sought from the Editor-in-Chief.

Any delays in the production process due to missed deadlines or unresolved queries will consequently postpone the article's publication. Significant delays may necessitate rescheduling the manuscript to prevent impeding the publication of the entire Journal issue.

The submission date and the provisionally accepted date of the manuscript will be explicitly specified in each published article. The article's publication date is automatically generated and displayed on the website of the Journal issue.