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Do you accept the publication of an article that was presented at a conference?
Yes, but in these cases, it must be extended with new content and its title must be different from the one presented at the conference. It is also important that, during submission, a note is written to the Editor stating that the article is an extended version of a work presented at an event (event data is necessary).
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