I recently submitted a paper to the international journal of adaptive control and signal processing Wiley. The statute of the paper is:
ADM: Not Assigned
Can someone tell me what exactly this means?
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A previous question asked about "ADM" and the accepted answer noted ADM probably means "administrator."
Thus, your paper does not have an "administrator" assigned, but is currently under review (i.e., peer reviewers are currently reading your manuscript). The exact answer of how many reviewers is journal and editor specific.
Depending on the particulars of how the journal operates and how much of the review process it makes visible, this is likely to mean one of two things with respect to the standard journal workflow:
The first is much more likely than the second, particularly if the paper is recently submitted.