Open peer review
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- Open-identity or attributed peer review means that the reviewer names are made public (as opposed to anonymous peer review)
- Open-disclosure means that the peer review contents (the reviews, but also the discussion about the paper) are publicly available. It is also known as "public peer review" and "transparent peer review".
- Open-invitation means that anyone interested can contribute to the peer review process. Can also be a continuous process after publication.
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