, stories with duplicate titles in different editions (e.g., Scotland, Eire or Ulster regions) were deleted.
Some news stories had the same contents but slightly different headlines, as shown in the Daily Mirror example below. Hence, news stories with the same abstract as a previous story were removed (in the example below: “Bosses at the ProstateCancer Charity point out that men who ate the most eggs in the study were also more likely to smoke, be overweight, take less exercise and have a poor diet - all risk factors for the disease which kills 10,000 in the UK
.g. prostatecancer or poverty = literature C.
Look for another literature, unknown at the outset, which has information that can contribute to solving the problem = literature A.
Use words and phrases in the titles of articles in the two literatures = B-terms [use filtering to keep only “important” words in some sense]. The B-terms are the implicit information.
Carry out many searches to create B 1 , B 2 , B 3 .... -literatures.
Tabulate the title words and phrases in each B i -literature = candidate A-terms and rank them according to how many B-literatures they are
Jose A. Moral-Munoz, Manuel Arroyo-Morales, Barbara F. Piper, Antonio I. Cuesta-Vargas, Lourdes Díaz-Rodríguez, William C.S. Cho, Enrique Herrera-Viedma and Manuel J. Cobo
therapies (hypnotherapy, cognitive behavioral therapy).
The motor theme Low Back Pain appears in this period related to multiple sclerosis, osteoarthritis and fibromyalgia. Furthermore, it is interesting that it is also related to evidence-based medicine. Finally, the theme Cytokines, despite a low number of articles shows a remarkably high citation rate and h-index. It is mainly related to meditators involved in anti-inflammatory processes.
The basic or transversal theme ProstateCancer is related to other kind of cancers (e.g. colorectal cancer, neck cancer) and is