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Is it required to have your idea in working state to get it published to any international journal?  RSS feed

 
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Sincere apologies if I am putting this question to the wrong forum, Please place it appropriately if required.

My question is - Is it required to have the idea/product in a working condition to publish a paper to any international journal i.e IEEE.
Or we can submit the idea/prototype/thought also?

Thanks,
Punit
 
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Probably be best to ask the IEEE Journal people, or whatever journal you are interested in publishing in. I would imagine they would want something pretty solid, rather than a half baked, unproven, idea.
 
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You can of course publish a product as a proof‑of‑concept, but that would imply it is working. You should also make it available for others to download use and assess.
 
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